SDGs need interlinked indicators, monitoring & evaluation


I am delighted to share the second briefings on SDG Evaluation with some clear policy pointers that would help policymakers, advisors evaluators and other practitioners engaged in the evaluation of the Sustainable Development Goals, as advocated by Agenda 2030. 

The briefing "Counting critically: SDG ‘follow-up and review’ needs interlinked indicators, monitoring and evaluation" (July 2016) builds on the first, introduces key considerations for the use of indicators, monitoring and evaluation of SDGs implementation and highlights the importance of context-sensitivity, broad stakeholder involvement and adaptive management approaches in efforts to achieve development results. It can be downloaded from 

Briefing paper.pdf

This is the second of a series of briefings that are developed by EVALSDGs and published by IIED. They are both available here

Enjoy the read!
Best regards,

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Comment by Rituu B Nanda on July 26, 2016 at 7:54

Thanks for posting Kassem. I liked the factors you have highlighted - keeping the context in mind, stakeholder engagement and adaptive management. Would you have any methodology you have employed for adaptive management? 

A stakeholder I would like to add here- the communities. Can we meaningfully bring them into the dialogue.Often community engagement is limited to tokenistic consultations. 

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