Monitoring and evaluating of information and communication for development projects

August 8, 2006

These guidelines (pdf 216kb) provide advice on the monitoring and evaluating of Information and Communication for Development projects. They introduce a range of approaches useful at various stages of the project cycle, including:

  • face-to-face communication or information activities such as counselling or extension visits
  • community-level communications such as theatre, role-playing, workshops, posters and other print materials
  • TV, radio, film and video
  • Internet and email communications programs
  • telecommunications-based projects

Source: Department for International Development (DFID-UK)