Midterm Evaluation: Addressing Climate Change Risk on Water resource and Food security in Dry Zone Myanmar (AF)

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Evaluation Plan:
2018-2022, Myanmar
Evaluation Type:
Mid Term Project
Planned End Date:
01/2018
Completion Date:
02/2018
Status:
Completed
Management Response:
Yes
Evaluation Budget(US $):
20,000

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Title Midterm Evaluation: Addressing Climate Change Risk on Water resource and Food security in Dry Zone Myanmar (AF)
Atlas Project Number: 00079682
Evaluation Plan: 2018-2022, Myanmar
Evaluation Type: Mid Term Project
Status: Completed
Completion Date: 02/2018
Planned End Date: 01/2018
Management Response: Yes
Corporate Outcome and Output (UNDP Strategic Plan 2018-2021)
  • 1. Output 2.4.1 Gender-responsive legal and regulatory frameworks, policies and institutions strengthened, and solutions adopted, to address conservation, sustainable use and equitable benefit sharing of natural resources, in line with international conventions and national legislation
Evaluation Budget(US $): 20,000
Source of Funding: Project Budgets
Evaluation Expenditure(US $): 33,920
Joint Programme: No
Mandatory Evaluation: No
Joint Evaluation: No
Evaluation Team members:
Name Title Email Nationality
Alan John Ferguson International Evaluation Specialist, Team Leader alan@regionalconsulting.ca
Win Hlaing Natioan Evaluation Specialist, Team Member wynnhlaing@gmail.com
GEF Evaluation: No
Key Stakeholders: UCSB, S/R and ministries involved in decentralization pilots ; Parliament offices, with focus at State/Region level; Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation, Ministry of Livestock, Fisheries and Rural Development; Development Affairs Organizations (DAOs) in selected Townships (Mon and Bago); Mandalay City Development Committee (MCDC)
Countries: MYANMAR
Lessons
Findings
Recommendations
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1. More flexibility should be permitted to adjust locations, targets and methods for afforestation, agroforestry, soil and water conservation and pond renovation where appropriate to achieve specific objectives at project sites and ensure cost-effective, sustainable investments, even if overall project output targets need to be reduced.

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2. New plantation should be limited only to lands that are available and secured by February 28, 2018, and no significant tree planting should be undertaken outside of the monsoon season. If land and other inputs are not available in advance of the planting period to allow for adequate plantation preparations, the planting proposals should be abandoned.  

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3. The project should develop a back-up plan in case the lands for afforestation, agroforestry and enhanced pond rehabilitation are not available by February 28, 2018. In the absence of new plantations, savings could be redirected to patching and other measures that will increase productivity of the 2016 and 2017 plantations, and additional measures to improve catchment area water inputs for the pond renovation projects, or other water supply enhancements.

 

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4: The project should review the pond restoration projects completed to date to identify lessons from the current 75 projects that can improve results for the next phase of projects, and where feasible, to expand the approach from community ponds to rehabilitation of community water supply catchment areas.

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5: Where opportunities exist, the project should concentrate afforestation, agroforestry, soil and water conservation and related micro-watershed rehabilitation activities in common areas, preferably in conjunction with community pond rehabilitation, to provide examples of the combined effects of these climate change adaptation measures on a landscape and community.

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6: The project should prepare and apply a quality assurance checklist for tree planting activities that will guide plantation implementation and management standards, and facilitate performance assessment during regular inspections by project staff and Dry Zone Greening Departments and Forest Departments. 

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7: The project should combine the tree plantation, forest conservation, agroforestry, homestead and other tree planting activities into one work plan to improve coordination and delivery efficiency, and harmonize or consolidate the contracts of the two IPs accordingly.

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8: The project should review and refine the agro-forestry strategy to focus on larger sites to model and showcase demonstrations of introducing trees into cropping and inter-cropping systems and alternatively introducing cover crops into existing tree farms.

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9: The project should appoint a qualified consultant to review and advise Shwebo and Khin Oo Townships on (i) operating rules and responsibilities, (ii) maintenance procedures and schedule, (iii) a multi-year maintenance budget and (iv) any other O&M requirements needed for sustainability of the renovated Kin Tat canal, control gates and Kantawmin escape gate. The results of this review should be part of the formal hand-over to the Sagaing regional government.

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10: The project should prepare and implement a dissemination plan for the main agronomic innovations that have proven effective in the demonstration plots under Output 2.1, with the aim of expanding the uptake of these new methods to the majority of active farmers in each project village where the innovations have been successful at a demonstration scale.

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11: The TAG should be requested to further review the implications of the risk assessments and hazard maps produced under Outcome 3, and to facilitate communications with the local and regional authorities on community-based disaster risk management.

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12: The project should provide concise quarterly progress summaries for distribution directly to Regional Directors and Township General Administration Departments to enhance communications.

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13: The project should strengthen the monitoring database by compiling and collating key information from field visits and surveys on the status of and results from physical assets created by the project.

1. Recommendation:

1. More flexibility should be permitted to adjust locations, targets and methods for afforestation, agroforestry, soil and water conservation and pond renovation where appropriate to achieve specific objectives at project sites and ensure cost-effective, sustainable investments, even if overall project output targets need to be reduced.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/10/07]

Based on decision of 5th PSC meeting (20 Dec 2018), the project is already considering reduction in target of rehabilitation/reforestation activities and focusing implementation of these activities in central locations where land is available

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
1.1 Bilateral meeting between Project Team and Dry Zone Greening Department to discuss changes in targets and enhancement of quality
[Added: 2018/10/08]
UNDP 2018/01 Completed A bilateral meeting between Project Team and DZGD was held on 3 Jan 2018 to agree on various options of reducing targets and enhancing quality of rehabilitation and reforestation activities.
1.2 Technical Advisory Group (TAG) meeting to consider the options for target reduction and quality enhancement
[Added: 2018/10/08]
Technical Advisory Group (TAG) 2018/01 Completed The TAG deliberated on the options presented by UNDP and DZGD and recommended priority options for consideration by PSC
1.3 Project Steering Committee approval of recommendations on target reduction and quality enhancement
[Added: 2018/10/08]
Project Steering Committee (PSC) 2018/02 Completed The PSC endorsed reduction of target by 1,982 ha from the agreed target of 10,124 ha. The new target will be 8,142 ha. The quality of plantation will be enhanced through allocation of additional resources for activities in 2018.
1.4 Change targets and implementation modalities and integrate this in 2018 AWP.
[Added: 2018/10/08] [Last Updated: 2018/11/13]
UNDP 2018/02 Completed Based on decisions of the PSC meeting on 5 Feb 2018, the revisions are being incorporated into 2018 AWP and contracts with implementing partners are being revised.
2. Recommendation:

2. New plantation should be limited only to lands that are available and secured by February 28, 2018, and no significant tree planting should be undertaken outside of the monsoon season. If land and other inputs are not available in advance of the planting period to allow for adequate plantation preparations, the planting proposals should be abandoned.  

Management Response: [Added: 2018/10/08]

The issue of land availability was discussed in the TAG meeting held on 23 Jan 2018 and PSC meeting held on 5 February 2018. The PSC agreed on the TAG recommendation to proceed with the reduction of overall target for rehabilitation/reforestation activities and allocate additional resources to enhance quality of 2018 plantation. Based on TAG recommendation, the PSC also agreed that a “no objection certificate” from Government/GAD will suffice instead of “approval.” The project team will submit application for rehabilitation/reforestation activities shortly to the government. The DZGD agreed to assist the project in securing the “no objection certificate”

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
2.1. TAG meeting to consider issue of land availability for rehabilitation/reforestation activities in the reaming period
[Added: 2018/10/08]
Technical Advisory Group (TAG) 2018/01 Completed TAG resolved that securing land approval would go beyond the project timeline and therefore recommended that activities be implemented based on “no objection certificate” from the GAD, as was the case in the past year.
2.2. PSC to consider the above recommendations from the TAG and provided decision to the project
[Added: 2018/10/08]
Project Steering Committee (PSC) 2018/02 Completed PSC decided that the project will process for “no objection certificate” immediately and continue with activities planned for 2018. DZGD ensured that they will help secure “no objection certificate” as soon as possible or at least within 2018.
2.3. Project team to revise 2018 work plan and ensure rehabilitation/reforestation activities are carried out in the right season.
[Added: 2018/10/08] [Last Updated: 2018/11/13]
UNDP/Project Team 2018/02 Completed The 2018 work plan is being reviewed and will be finalized shortly. A joint review meeting of the IPs and UNDP is planned soon to coordinate field activities and ensure activities are implemented on time and before the rainy season
3. Recommendation:

3. The project should develop a back-up plan in case the lands for afforestation, agroforestry and enhanced pond rehabilitation are not available by February 28, 2018. In the absence of new plantations, savings could be redirected to patching and other measures that will increase productivity of the 2016 and 2017 plantations, and additional measures to improve catchment area water inputs for the pond renovation projects, or other water supply enhancements.

 

Management Response: [Added: 2018/10/08]

A back-up plan has been considered and presented to the TAG. The plan was presented to the PSC. The plan comprises allocation of additional resources to enhance water infrastructure (pond renovation works) in 2018, as well as consideration of enhancing quality of pond renovation works implemented in 2017. The plan is no more relevant as the PSC decided to proceed with rehabilitation/reforestation activities based on the notion that the project will secure “no objection certificate” in due course. Patching of 2016/17 plantation areas have also been considered in the 2018 work plan with an additional 15% allocation of seedlings over and above normal allocation. The allocation of additional resources for pond renovation works have also been considered by reducing targets and with savings from operational costs of rehabilitation/reforestation activities.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
3.1. TAG to consider a back-up plan in case land is not available for rehabilitation/reforestation activities
[Added: 2018/10/08]
Technical Advisory Group (TAG) 2018/01 Completed TAG considered the back-up plan during its meeting on 23 Jan 2018 and the agreed plan was presented in the PSC meeting on 5 Feb 2018
3.2. Integration of the back-plan in 2018 AWP and implementation of the plan in 2018/19
[Added: 2018/10/08]
UNDP 2018/01 Completed There was no need for this plan as the decision of PSC was to proceed with rehabilitation/reforestation activities based on the premise that “no objection certificate” will suffice instead of ‘approval”
4. Recommendation:

4: The project should review the pond restoration projects completed to date to identify lessons from the current 75 projects that can improve results for the next phase of projects, and where feasible, to expand the approach from community ponds to rehabilitation of community water supply catchment areas.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/10/08]

UNDP/Project Team to initiate assessment/review of pond renovation works in 2017 to identify lessons and best practices and incorporate the same for implementation in 2018/19.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
4.1. Conduct an assessment of pond renovation works in 2017 to extract lessons and consider changes in implementation for the remaining period of the project.
[Added: 2018/10/08] [Last Updated: 2018/11/13]
UNDP/Project Team 2018/02 Completed The Project team has already initiated the assessment of the completed pond renovation works in 2017. This will be completed by end Feb 2018
4.2. Integration of lessons from assessment in 2018 AWP and apply changes in 2018/19
[Added: 2018/10/08] [Last Updated: 2018/11/13]
UNDP/Project Team 2018/02 Completed Once the assessment is completed – the lessons will be integrated into the work plan of the implementing partner. The standard of the government on pond renovation works will be used as a benchmark to assess the results and quality of pond renovation works.
4.3. Development of quality assurance check list in consultation with the government to assess quality of outputs in 2018.
[Added: 2018/10/08] [Last Updated: 2018/11/13]
UNDP/Project Team 2018/03 Completed After finalization of 2018 work plan and amendment of contracts with implementing partners, the project team will develop the check list for quality assurance in consultation with the government and IP.
5. Recommendation:

5: Where opportunities exist, the project should concentrate afforestation, agroforestry, soil and water conservation and related micro-watershed rehabilitation activities in common areas, preferably in conjunction with community pond rehabilitation, to provide examples of the combined effects of these climate change adaptation measures on a landscape and community.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/11/06]

UNDP/Project Team to consider consolidating rehabilitation/reforestation activities and seek synergies with pond renovation works to derive maximum benefits of these combined activities. This will mainly depend on land availability and ground realities.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
5.1. UNDP/Project team to consider options for both rehabilitation/reforestation activities and pond renovation works
[Added: 2018/11/06]
UNDP/Project Team 2018/01 Completed 5 options for rehabilitation/reforestation and 3 options for pond renovation works were considered and submitted to TAG meeting on 23 Jan 2018. The recommendations from TAG was presented to PSC on 5 Feb 2018.
5.2. Project Steering Committee (PSC) to consider the different options recommended by TAG on rehabilitation/reforestation activities and pond renovation works
[Added: 2018/11/06]
Project Steering Committee 2018/02 Completed The final decision provided by PSC is being incorporated in the 2018 work plan and the contracts with implementing partners are being amended.
5.3. Depending on Project Steering Committee (PSC) decision, UNDP/Project to consider synergies in rehabilitation/reforestation activities and pond renovation works.
[Added: 2018/11/06] [Last Updated: 2018/11/13]
UNDP/Project Team 2018/02 Completed Based on decision of PSC, the project will review and discuss annual work plans of implementing partners (jointly) and consolidate field activities to consider synergies in activities implemented by different implementing partners.
6. Recommendation:

6: The project should prepare and apply a quality assurance checklist for tree planting activities that will guide plantation implementation and management standards, and facilitate performance assessment during regular inspections by project staff and Dry Zone Greening Departments and Forest Departments. 

Management Response: [Added: 2018/11/06]

To an extent, the practice of quality assurance already exists, where survival counting is conducted twice (once after plantation and once at the end of the dry season). The results of this activity is presented to both the TAG and PSC on a regular basis. The survival counting is conducted jointly with the implementing partners, Dry Zone Greening Department and Forest Department. However, a more elaborate quality assurance checklist will be developed by the project for the remaining period of the project.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
6.1. Develop a quality assurance checklist and performance assessment system for rehabilitation/reforestation activities
[Added: 2018/11/06] [Last Updated: 2018/11/13]
UNDP/Project Team, Dry Zone Greening Department (DZGD), Forest Department (FD) 2018/03 Completed The project team will start drafting the checklist and consult government counterparts for inputs/suggestions. The check will then be finalized and used for monitoring results in the field jointly with government.
6.2. Present the results of quality assurance and performance assessment exercise to TAG and PSC on a regular basis.
[Added: 2018/11/06] [Last Updated: 2018/11/18]
UNDP/Project Team 2019/06 Initiated The results of the quality assurance exercise will be presented to TAG on a quarterly basis and to the PSC on a bi-annual basis
7. Recommendation:

7: The project should combine the tree plantation, forest conservation, agroforestry, homestead and other tree planting activities into one work plan to improve coordination and delivery efficiency, and harmonize or consolidate the contracts of the two IPs accordingly.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/11/07]

The proposal to physically combine the work plans will be difficult given that UNDP has already contracted rehabilitation/reforestation, agroforestry activities to two different implementing partners. However, a joint work planning session involving the four implementing partners will be conducted to understand each other’s work and consolidate/harmonize work plans to deliver project activities effectively.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
7.1. Review work plans of the two implementing partners for the remaining period of project and consolidate activities for efficiency and effectiveness
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2018/11/13]
UNDP/Project Team and Implementing Partners 2018/02 Completed The joint meeting to review the work plans will take place around mid Feb 2018. The implementing partners have been informed about this activity.
7.2. Review progress of activities of the two implementing partners on quarterly basis to ensure the above recommendation is applied
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2018/11/18]
UNDP/Project Team 2019/06 Initiated UNDP Project Team will assess results of this arrangement during the quarterly review meetings with implementing partners and propose further improvement, if necessary.
7.3. The project will handover rehabilitated/reforested areas to community groups/government counterparts at end of project
[Added: 2018/11/07]
UNDP Project Team 2019/06 Not Initiated The project team will consult with implementation partners and design a sustainability strategy/plan for each component of the project.
8. Recommendation:

8: The project should review and refine the agro-forestry strategy to focus on larger sites to model and showcase demonstrations of introducing trees into cropping and inter-cropping systems and alternatively introducing cover crops into existing tree farms.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/11/07]

UNDP/Project to review the agroforestry strategy and implementation in the remaining period and coordinate activities between various implementing partners to consolidate and provide support in larger areas for effectiveness.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
8.1. Review agroforestry activities under agriculture component to provide support over larger areas to derive maximum benefits.
[Added: 2018/11/07]
UNDP/Project Team, Implementing Partners 2018/01 Completed The annual work planning exercise for agriculture component was conducted on 11-12 Jan 2018 and the implementing partner has incorporated changes in its agroforestry approach.
8.2. Review work plans of implementing partners involved in agroforestry/forestry activities for the remaining period of project and consolidate activities for efficiency and effectiveness
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2018/11/13]
UNDP/Project Team and Implementing Partners 2018/02 Completed This activity will be carried out during the review of annual work plans for the implementing partners on rehabilitation/reforestation activities. The partner implementing the climate-resilient agriculture component and soil conservation activities will also be invited to the meeting.
8.3. Review progress of activities and work plan of implementing partners on quarterly basis to ensure the above recommendation is applied.
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2018/11/18]
UNDP/Project Team 2019/06 Initiated UNDP Project Team will review results of this arrangement during the quarterly review meetings with implementing partners and propose further improvement, as necessary.
9. Recommendation:

9: The project should appoint a qualified consultant to review and advise Shwebo and Khin Oo Townships on (i) operating rules and responsibilities, (ii) maintenance procedures and schedule, (iii) a multi-year maintenance budget and (iv) any other O&M requirements needed for sustainability of the renovated Kin Tat canal, control gates and Kantawmin escape gate. The results of this review should be part of the formal hand-over to the Sagaing regional government.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/11/07]

The project will conduct the review – either through deployment of a consultant (depending on resource availability) or internally with expertise available within the team and propose recommendation for township authorities for sustainability of the support provided by the project. The project has actually produced O&M guidelines and SOPs in Myanmar language. However these needs to be improved.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
9.1. Assessment of the support provided for the renovation of Kin Tat irrigation canal
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2018/11/18]
UNDP/Project Team 2018/06 Completed The assessment will be conducted by a consultant or internally by the Project Team
9.2. Formulation of SOPs and O&M guidelines for long term sustainability of Kin Tat irrigation canal
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2018/11/18]
UNDP/Project Team 2018/06 Completed The existing SOPs and O&M guidelines will be further reviewed by the Project Team and improved for use by the township authorities. The O&M guidelines and SOPs will be translated into local language.
9.3. Ensure handover of the above assessment recommendations and documentation to the Sagaing Regional Government
[Added: 2018/11/07]
UNDP/Project Team 2019/02 Not Initiated The recommendations will be handed over to the Township Administrator and Irrigation Water Utilization and Management Department and the event will be documented and recorded.
10. Recommendation:

10: The project should prepare and implement a dissemination plan for the main agronomic innovations that have proven effective in the demonstration plots under Output 2.1, with the aim of expanding the uptake of these new methods to the majority of active farmers in each project village where the innovations have been successful at a demonstration scale.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/11/07]

In collaboration with the implementing partner, UNDP/Project team will assess the effectiveness of the key agronomic interventions and develop a dissemination plan to deliver the most effective interventions based on lessons learnt from implementation in 2016/2017.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
10.1. Review and assess the demonstration activities supported in 2017 with DOA/DAR field staff and community representatives and identify the most effective activities for further dissemination.
[Added: 2018/11/07]
UNDP/Project Team, Implementing Partners 2018/01 Completed The assessment reports of the different agronomic interventions implemented in 2017 was presented at the annual work review and planning meeting for agriculture component on 11-12 Jan 2018. This was reviewed jointly by DOA/DAR field staff and community representatives and a dissemination plan for 2018 was prepared.
10.2. Review and finalize the assessment reports of the demonstration activities and circulate the same to government counterparts
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2018/11/13]
UNDP/Project Team and Implementing Partner (CESVI) 2018/04 Completed The initial finds of the assessment was presented in Jan 2018. The report is currently being prepared by CESVI.
10.3. Disseminate the most effective agronomic interventions to farmers in the project villages in the remaining period of the project
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2018/11/18]
UNDP/Project Team and Implementing Partner 2019/02 Initiated The work plan for the implementing partner for promotion of climate-resilient agriculture practices has considered implementation of the most-preferred interventions in 2018
11. Recommendation:

11: The TAG should be requested to further review the implications of the risk assessments and hazard maps produced under Outcome 3, and to facilitate communications with the local and regional authorities on community-based disaster risk management.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/11/07]

UNDP/Project Team will review the hazard maps in collaboration with the implementing partner and make changes and seek verification and endorsement of the government prior to distribution of the same to stakeholders in the dry zone.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
11.1. Review and revise the hazard maps and seek endorsement of government counterparts
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2018/11/13]
UNDP/Project Team 2018/02 Completed Work on revision of the hazard maps have been initiated by the implementing partner.
11.2. Distribute the hazard maps to Regional, District and Township authorities
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2018/11/13]
UNDP/Project Team 2018/03 Completed The hazard maps will be distributed to the GADs of 5 townships and other relevant departments once they are endorsed by the government.
12. Recommendation:

12: The project should provide concise quarterly progress summaries for distribution directly to Regional Directors and Township General Administration Departments to enhance communications.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/11/07]

UNDP/Project Team is providing monthly reports to all related government departments on a monthly basis. Progress of project activities are presented to TAG on a quarterly basis and to the PSC on a bi-annual basis. In addition, bi-annual progress reports are submitted to the Chief Ministers of Regional Governments and the Minister, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation. Moving forward the UNDP/Project Team will prepare quarterly progress summaries and hand-deliver this to the respective Regional Directors and GADs in the 5 townships.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
12.1. Prepare a template for the quarterly progress summary report and secure agreement from Dry Zone Greening Department
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2018/11/13]
UNDP/Project Team 2018/02 Completed The project team will design a simple format in line with the already existing reporting formats available with the project office.
12.2. Submit quarterly progress report summaries to the Regional Directors and GADs on a quarterly basis
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2018/11/18]
UNDP/Project Team 2019/06 Initiated The quarterly reports will be hand-delivered in hard copies to the Regional Directors and GADs in the 5 townships.
13. Recommendation:

13: The project should strengthen the monitoring database by compiling and collating key information from field visits and surveys on the status of and results from physical assets created by the project.

Management Response: [Added: 2018/11/07]

UNDP/Project Team realizes that this is an issue, as information gathered so far are available in different places at the moment. The Project Team will strengthen the monitoring database and compile information and data from all possible sources, including from assessment reports, surveys, BTORs, as well as field monitoring visits. In addition, results produced through physical assets supported by the project will also be maintained as part of project monitoring database.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
13.1. Consolidate data and information into the central project monitoring database and maintain the same until end of project
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2019/01/02]
UNDP/Project Team 2018/12 Completed Project M&E Officer will collect/extract data and information from reports/assessments and maintain the same in a central database.
13.2. Continue collection of data and information for monitoring purpose and assess results of physical assets provided through the project and maintain record with the project
[Added: 2018/11/07] [Last Updated: 2018/11/18]
UNDP/Project Team 2019/06 Initiated Project M&E Officer will collect/extract data and information on results derived from physical assets provided under the project and maintain the same in a central database

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