Monitoring & Evaluation services of C4D currently focus on the following areas:
Screening local media on how they report on topics relevant for your mission gives you crucial insight in public perception and tells you which information in campaigns need to be added, changed, or intensified. It does however involve an investment in hiring capable local staffing which, if to be arranged by C4D, currently can only be offered in Cambodia. Elsewhere, the service is available if local monitoring teams are provided. Services include development of M&E database indicators, supervision of staff, analysis, report writing of results, as well as full production of public newsletters on findings.
Providing other M&E services on any other running or completed program such as baseline, mid-term evaluation and endline research can be conducted by any or all of the C4D consultants as required.
Previous assignments include extensive monitoring on coverage of corruption related issues in Cambodian newspapers and radio programs for PACT Cambodia; on accuracy, identification, stigmatization of reporting on people living with HIV/AIDS for Internews Cambodia; baseline and evaluation of projects for the Cambodia Health Education Media Service; for Health Unlimited’s RHIYA project in Laos; for the Land Law Awareness program for the East-West Management Institute in Cambodia; and for Children’s Radio Programs on selected Community Radio stations in East Timor.