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Monitoreo y evaluación

El carácter flexible y multisectorial del dinero en efectivo presenta desafíos únicos cuando se trata de supervisar y evaluar la eficacia de las respuestas humanitarias. El acuerdo y utilización de indicadores comunes ayudarán a garantizar que estemos trabajando juntos para mejorar la calidad de los programas de transferencias monetarias (PTM).

La mayoría de desafíos de Monitoreo y Evaluación (MyE), tales como la falta de capacidades e inversión suficiente, no son específicos de los PTM. Sí los son aquellos que se refieren principalmente al monitoreo de los resultados de las transferencias sin restricciones. La flexibilidad de las transferencias en efectivo puede hacer que sea difícil determinar los indicadores de resultado apropiados, ya que ello puede implicar una combinación de indicadores sectoriales e intersectoriales. Al mismo tiempo, existen limitaciones en la recopilación de datos precisos sobre cómo se gastan las transferencias en efectivo. 

Los firmantes del Gran Pacto se han comprometido a garantizar que existan mecanismos pertinentes de MyE para la asistencia en efectivo, y a incrementar el conocimiento de los costos, beneficios, impactos y riesgos de la misma en relación con otras modalidades. Sobre esta base, el grupo de trabajo del Gran Pacto sobre asistencia en efectivo dispone de puntos de acción, incluida la elaboración de indicadores de resultado comunes para el efectivo multipropósito, y métricas para el análisis del valor por dinero. El análisis sistemático del valor por dinero ha sido limitado por factores como la falta de criterios convenidos, la necesidad de datos de resultados de calidad y la naturaleza intensiva de los análisis. 

Prioridades actuales

Como parte de los compromisos del Gran Pacto, la CALP Network ha coliderado con USAID y el Catholic Relief Service (CRS, por sus siglas en inglés) el desarrollo de indicadores de resultado de transferencias monetarias multipropósito. El borrador para prueba se encuentra disponible actualmente en inglés, francés y español en la biblioteca de CALP Network. 

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Guidelines and Tools

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Report

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Report

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Report

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Guidelines and Tools

Objective
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Intended outcomes
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Guidelines and Tools

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Guidelines and Tools

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Report

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Report

This report is a summary of findings from the full evaluation.
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Committee (DAC) Evaluation Criteria: relevance,
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Report

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Informe

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Informe

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Guidelines and Tools

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Informe

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Report

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Report

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