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Oxford M & E (monitoring and evaluating) Guide for Community Projects

I found this excellent guide for monitoring and evaluating community benefit projects sourced by Oxfords School of Geography and the Environment in partnership with Transition Network and Low Carbon Communities Network today on the WWW.   Through workshops and collaboration they have compiled a step by step guide to design and implement monitoring and evaluating protocols for community projects.   It was designed for energy and carbon footprint projects but after reading the guide found that the methodology they shared would be beneficial for almost any community project, from public health, forest recovery, water recovery, to education programs or new social business opportunities.    If you have a project you are designing or in the middle of, this may be a very useful tool for you and your project partners.    Check it out here:

http://www.geog.ox.ac.uk/research/technologies/projects/mesc/guide-to-monitoring-and-evaluation-v1-march2014.pdf

 

School of Geography and the Environment

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