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Suivi et évaluation

La nature flexible et multisectorielle des transferts monétaires présente des défis uniques en termes de suivi et d’évaluation de l’efficacité des réponses humanitaires. S’accorder sur des indicateurs communs et les mettre en pratique nous aidera à travailler ensemble à l’amélioration de la qualité des transferts monétaires.

La plupart des défis liés au suivi et à l’évaluation, comme la quantité insuffisante d’investissements et le manque de capacités, ne sont pas spécifiques à l’assistance monétaire, mais ceux qui le sont concernent principalement le suivi des résultats des transferts non affectés. La flexibilité des transferts monétaires peut compliquer la définition d’indicateurs de résultats appropriés, qui pourraient impliquer un mélange d’indicateurs spécifiques au secteur et transversaux. En parallèle, il existe des limitations au moment de collecter des données précises sur la manière dont les transferts monétaires sont dépensés.

Les signataires du Grand Bargain se sont engagés à garantir que des mécanismes de suivi et d’évaluation pertinents des transferts monétaires soient en place, et à assurer une meilleure compréhension des coûts, avantages, impacts et risques de cette modalité par rapport à d’autres. En partant de cet engagement, le chantier du Grand Bargain sur les transferts monétaires a établi plusieurs points d’action, dont le développement d’indicateurs de résultats communs pour les transferts monétaires à usages multiples, et des indicateurs pour l’analyse de l’optimisation des ressources. L’analyse systématique de l’optimisation des ressources a été rendue difficile par plusieurs facteurs, dont un manque d’approches approuvées, le besoin en données sur les résultats en termes de qualité et le caractère intensif de l’analyse.

Priorités actuelles

Dans le cadre des engagements du chantier du Grand Bargain sur les transferts monétaires, le CALP Network a co-dirigé (avec l’USAID et CRS) la mise au point d’indicateurs de résultats des transferts monétaires à usages multiples. Le projet à tester est actuellement disponible en anglais, espagnol et français, via la bibliothèque.

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