Review of Monitoring and Evaluation Practices in the Georgian Government
Komakhidze, Maya | July 2019
This policy brief looks at the M&E system within the Georgian government to see what role the measurement of progress, and the use of measurement data, plays in policymaking. Bearing in mind the wide discrepancy in M&E processes of different government agencies, the research will focus on problematic areas, highlighting the issues of concern and needs for improvement. The research relies on the analysis of government documents related to policy planning and M&E, as well as evaluation reports of state programs and in-depth interviews with representatives of public entities (Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, Ministry of Agriculture, Administration of Government), large donor institutions, and research organizations conducting evaluation studies of government programs.
CitationKomakhidze, Maya. 2019. Review of Monitoring and Evaluation Practices in the Georgian Government. © Policy and Management Consulting Group. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/10865.
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