Monitoring and Evaluation are an essential part of governance in the 21st century. With effective monitoring and evaluation, the risks of public resources going to waste are real, and this ultimately negatively impacts the whole society. Our expertise helps to put in place participatory and comprehensive monitoring and independent evaluations, which are based on reliable data. We have successfully incorporated technological advances in our M&E work to ensure real-time and reliable information is available for effective decision-making.
Knowledge is power. MCTG collates and disseminates knowledge. Our focus is on creating a knowledge pool on M&E that is readily available for all. This plays a critical role in updating the current knowledge on M&E.
We have developed state-of-the-art M&E systems for the government and the donor and the UN agencies. These M&E designs are based on the theory of change as donors want to see if the resources have been effectively spent.
MV processes data to extract meaningful insights, which can help improve the decision-making process at the policy level. Our M&E reporting procedures enable our clients to get real-time information around the clock.
We develop meaningful and measurable indicators as essential tools for monitoring and evaluating progress toward specific goals or objectives. In fields such as development, sustainability, and public health, indicators serve as quantifiable measures that provide evidence-based insights into the effectiveness and impact of interventions and policies. We help to prepare meaningful indicators which are relevant, specific, and aligned with the desired outcomes, enabling stakeholders to assess progress and make informed decisions.
Our summative and formative research has played crucial roles in informing evidence-based decision-making and improving program effectiveness in the fields such as education, social sciences, and program evaluation. We have assessed the final outcomes and impacts of interventions or programs by evaluating the effectiveness, efficiency, and overall success of an initiative after its implementation. On the other hand, our research has provided the foundation for designing and implementing interventions that are relevant, culturally appropriate, and responsive to the needs of the intended beneficiaries.
We provide real-time monitoring through digitization to collect, analyze, and disseminate data in a timely manner. By digitizing monitoring processes, we assist organizations and governments in gathering and analyzing information in real time, enabling quick decision-making and adaptive management. For our real-time monitoring, we use tools such as sensors, mobile applications, remote sensing, and data analytics to capture and process data on environmental conditions, infrastructure performance, public health indicators, and other relevant metrics. This digital approach allows for the immediate detection of changes, anomalies, or emerging trends, enabling timely responses and interventions.
Our Management Information Systems (MIS) and Research and Development (R&D) focus on advancing the design, development, and implementation of information systems to support effective decision-making and improve organizational performance. We explore innovative approaches, tools, and techniques for data collection, analysis, and reporting.