SHARE seeks to contribute towards accelerated progress towards universal sanitation and hygiene coverage in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. We are strongly committed to monitoring and evaluating our work in order to improve our effectiveness and to capture and review our progress against this ambitious goal. Therefore, we use M&E to collect, analyse, review and share information about our impact.
M&E is important for many reasons:
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- OUR APPROACH – we have a reflexive and dynamic approach to M&E which is guided by our Theory of Change.
- MONITORING AND EVALUATION – we use a range of tools to measure progress against our capacity development, research, RIU and consortium management targets.
- ANNUAL REPORTS – we produce these for our funder, DFID. They highlight progress and achievements across our three workstreams, and report against our logframe.
- PHASE I IMPACT – we have contributed to 95.9 million people being reached with improved sanitation and 459,000 child deaths being averted.