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Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E)

FUNCTIONS OF THE MONITORING AND EVALUATION DIRECTORATE

The primary functions of the Monitoring and Evaluation Directorate are to:-

  • Monitor the projects and programmes implementation of the sector,

  • Evaluate the impact of the outputs and outcomes of the projects and programmes on the national economy.

These activities are carried out at three levels namely; sector programme and project through data collection and analysis, and projects inspection.

Other functions of the directorate include:

  • Preparation of contractors’ workload,

  • Review of projects’ progress reports,

  • Attending site meetings.

  • Vetting of contractors’ payment certificates, (compensation, interest on delayed payment, fluctuation (i.e. the wrong application of weightings) materials on site etc.)

  • Review of contractual claims from projects etc.

  • Monitoring of performance indicators based on agreed programmes with the Agencies.

  • Developing monitoring and reporting formats for all on-going projects and programmes under the Ministry.

  • Identifying and recommending strategies for improving the construction industry.

  • Preparation and submission of annual programme of activities relating to monitoring and evaluation of the Ministry and its Agencies for the ensuing year and associated financial budget with necessary justification not later than the end of the 3rd Quarter of the year.

  • Collation and compilation of quarterly and annual reports of all activities and programmes relating to the Monitoring and Evaluation of the Ministry and its Agencies. 

 
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