Monitoring & Evaluation
In environments experiencing complex emergencies, where security concerns can prevent donors from reaching project sites, a third party can be contracted to conduct monitoring and activity verification.
In 2015, in partnership with Management Systems International (MSI), IOM Sudan began the Darfur Monitoring Project (DMP) as a third party monitoring (TPM) entity for USAID’s OFDA-funded humanitarian efforts in South and West Darfur states. The DMP is providing the Office for Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) with independent verifiable data related to the quantity, quality, and progress of OFDA’s humanitarian assistance efforts. This independent evidence enables OFDA and its implementing partners (IPs) to continually learn and improve practices that can enhance the efficacy of their programs and increase impact of their assistance.
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