Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

Governments, international donors, and the private sector face many important questions on the expected outputs and impact before, during and after the implementation of their projects. This is where International Economics Consulting’s team of experts, using innovative methodologies to collect and analyse data, can assist you in tracking the economic, social, and environmental aspects of your project.

Applying our analysis and research knowledge, we help our clients maximise efficiency and improve their development objectives. Through the lessons learnt and the feedback mechanisms we implement in our monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) processes, we support institutional strengthening and the re-alignment of resources to ensure the sustainability and maximum impact of projects, helping our clients make well-informed strategic decisions.

How do we help our clients with Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) ?

Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) processes are vital in ensuring the success and sustainability of projects. International Economics Consulting has developed considerable expertise and experience in the sector, working with a vast network of international donors and governments. We assist our clients by:

Monitoring the implementation of projects

Monitoring the implementation of projects

Revision of evaluation questions and the development of evaluation matrices;
Field visits and data collection;
Stakeholder Consultations
Data Analysis, for example, value for money analysis, heatmap of expenditures and returns on investment

Evaluating project outcomes

Evaluating project outcomes

We assist our clients in obtaining some of the key answers regarding the outcomes and finalisation of their projects, such as:

Has the project met the expected outputs?
Has it achieved the desired impact and objectives?
Was implementation carried out sustainably?
What were the pathways for achieving development?
Are the effects sustainable, i.e., will they last over time? What are the lessons learnt?

Institutional learning

Institutional learning

The lessons learnt and the feedback mechanism we implement in our monitoring and evaluation processes support institutional strengthening and re-alignment of resources to ensure project sustainability and maximum impact.

Examples of our work

Preparation of EPA Evaluative Reports - Ghana

M&E Framework for World Bank supported Regional Digital ID Prog...

Stocktaking of the World Bank’s Global Trade Facilitation Support P...

Impact Assessment of selected EU policies (CBAM and EUDR) on Ghanai...

Trade in Services related Capacity Building Measures in Rwanda for ...

Evaluation of the ITC UK Trade Partnerships Programme

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Analysing the Impact of Investment in Trade Corridors


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