Monitoring and Evaluation in Security and Safety




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The security sector is not homogenous. It consists of diverse and complex institutions that serve various security and justice functions and have different processes to ensure internal accountability. This training aims to improve the effectiveness of monitoring and evaluation in security and safety programs through identifying and disseminating successful methods, tools and practices. This will, in turn, improve the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) skills of the security personnel.The training aims at improving the skills of participants in designing, monitoring and evaluation in security and safety .

Target Participants

  • Security sector institutions, e.g., police services, armed forces, border management services, justice and penal institutions
  • Parliaments, including both parliamentarians and parliamentary staff
  • Security sector oversight bodies, e.g., office of the ombudsman and national security advisory bodies


Introduction to M&E

  • Definition of Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Why Monitoring and Evaluation is important
  • Key principles and concepts in M&E
  • M&E in project lifecycle
  • Complementary roles of Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring and Evaluation in Security and Safety Frameworks

  • Conceptual Frameworks
  • Results Frameworks
  • Logical Framework Analysis (LFA)
  • LogFrame - Design of security sector projects using LogFrame

Monitoring and Evaluation in Security and Safety: Indicators

  • Security indicators selection
  • Indicator metrics
  • Linking indicators to results
  • Indicator matrix
  • Tracking of indicators

M&E System Designing and Planning in Security & Safety Programs

  • Importance of an M&E Plan
  • Documenting M&E System in the M&E Plan
  • Components of M&E Plan-Monitoring and Evaluation components
  • Using M&E Plan to implement M&E in a Project
  • M&E plan vs Performance Management Plan

Data Management for Monitoring and Evaluation in Security and Safety

  • Different sources of M&E data
  • Qualitative data collection methods
  • Quantitative data collection methods
  • Participatory methods of data collection

Gender Perspective in Monitoring and Evaluation in Security & Safety Sector

  • Importance of gender in M&E
  • Integrating gender into program logic
  • Setting gender sensitive indicators
  • Collecting gender disaggregated data
  • Analyzing M&E data from a gender perspective
  • Appraisal of projects from a gender perspective
  • Issues with integrating gender into M&E

Security and Safety Programs Evaluation

  • Determining evaluation points from results framework
  • Components of evaluations: implementation and process evaluations.
  • Evaluation designs- experimental, quasi-experimental and non-experimental
  • Performance evaluation process
  • Evaluation findings sharing and dissemination

Impact Evaluation in Security and safety Programs

  • Why impact evaluation is important
  • Project attribution
  • Counterfactual in IE
  • IE Methods; Difference in Difference & Propensity score matching

M&E Results Use and Dissemination

  • Data demand and use in security and safety programs
  • Use of M&E Lessons learnt and Best Practices
  • Organization knowledge champions
  • M&E reporting format
  • M&E results communication strategies
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