Monitoring, evaluation and learning
Providing timely evidence to help projects and programmes understand their impact and make good decisions that strengthen results and delivery
Triple Line works with development and humanitarian programmes to measure and communicate results; capture lessons learned; and adapt and refine interventions to maximise impact.
Monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) are core to good programme management – providing evidence of whether a programme is on track, information for managers facing key decisions, learning about what works and what doesn’t and accountability to funders and tax payers.
Triple Line works with development and humanitarian programmes – both as embedded MEL providers and external advisors – to measure and communicate results; capture lessons learned; and adapt and refine interventions to maximise impact. We also work as independent monitors and evaluators on behalf of donors to ensure accountability for aid spending and to inform development strategies and programme design.
We have an established track record in carrying out complex evaluations, with particular experience in evaluation of programmatic approaches, drawing on our deep experience of the design and management of multi-country challenge and grant fund schemes.
We carry out a range of monitoring, evaluation and learning services including:
- Performance and process evaluations at baseline, mid-term and final stages
- Technical assistance and advice in the design of MEL frameworks, including theory of change and results frameworks, and supporting tools for implementation
- Evaluability assessment
- Tailored qualitative methodologies using a range of approaches such as outcome harvesting, process tracing, outcome mapping, contribution analysis.
- Qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis
- Design of MEL for adaptive management
- Meta-evaluation and evaluation syntheses
- Technical advice on evaluations and quality assurance of evaluation reports and other products
- Learning synthesis, briefing papers and facilitated learning workshops