Monitoring is crucial for effective management
Monitoring projects, investments and policy implementation is crucial for effective management and adaptability. It is also vital for communicating with stakeholders, shareholders and board members.
Robust monitoring frameworks and dashboards
Developing the relevant indicators and gathering the proper data is a jigsaw that we readily solve with our clients. We design and assess ecological, social and economic indicators at all monitoring levels. Our expertise in data collection is certainly helpful.
We set up monitoring frameworks and protocols that are simple and effective. They enable our clients to monitor whether their activities and funds are deployed effectively and create the expected impact.
We design dashboards to manage and communicate this new insight. Our dashboards are practical, customized and generate targeted reporting to different relevant stakeholders.
Supporting effective governance
The governance of the monitoring and evaluation framework is yet another challenge. For a successful implementation of a monitoring framework, it is essential to assign responsibility, accountability, and management lines.
Sometimes our clients need to institutionalize this framework with their partner organizations, bringing in a new set of challenges to set up a shared monitoring and evaluation framework. But our experience and knowledge guide them through the process.
Using validated approaches
We use the results chain model (OECD) and other internationally validated frameworks to assess causal links between inputs, impacts and all intermediate levels of operations and results.
Monitoring and evaluation projects
Wolfs Company and our partner Aligning Visions have been engaged by the Conservation Finance Alliance (CFA) to conduct an exciting pair of studies around Conservation Trust Funds (CTFs). The two projects – an update of
Project led by Wolfs Company in the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) is featured in the most recent newsletter (August 2018) of the Regional Activity Centre for the Protocol concerning Specially Protected Areas and Wildlife
Wolfs Company contributed to World Bank’s publication, Implementing nature-based flood protection: Principles and implementation guidance, by sharing insights into the economic value of natural capital in disaster mitigation of coastal flooding events; as well as experience