Monitoring and Evaluation

 

The 1st NAEF measure our successes and interim progress through proprietary outcome mapping processes that incorporates all of the objectives from each program area that we are implementing.

 

Our teams include certified auditors and analysts capable of delivering dynamic assessments of client programs, operations, policies and structures. Our personnel will assist local groups, organizations, and governments in monitoring and evaluating their programs for success.

 

Modeling for transparency

The following eight practices are not discrete, nor are they operationalized in a linear fashion. Cumulatively, the practices offer the program a method for considering more broadly the ways in which it works. Each organizational practice represents activities that enable a program to remain relevant, innovative, sustainable, and connected to its environment and local partners.

 

  1. Prospecting for new ideas, opportunities, and resources
  2. Seeking feedback from key groups
  3. Obtaining increased support, collaboration, and transparency
  4. Assessing and (re)designing services, systems, and procedures
  5. Checking up on those already served
  6. Sharing our best practices and lessons learned
  7. Experimenting to remain innovative
  8. Engaging in organizational reflection