Participatory Impact Monitoring (PIM): PIM is designed for self-help projects. If people have set up an independent organization of their own to improve their living conditions in some way.
PIM part I   PIM part II    PIM part III    PIM part IV    PIM part V

 Outcome Mapping (OM). The training materials of OM are available in English and Khmer version at DAC. OM-English PDF

 Most Significant Story (MSC). 
The training materials of MSC are available in English and Khmer version at DAC. MSC-English PDF

 Monitoring and Evaluation Books:
 It's consisted of 14 Modules as below list. Please contact us if you are interested!
  1. Module1: Introduction to Development Evaluation
  2. Module2: Emerging Isssues and Trends
  3. Module3: Front-end Analysis of the Evaluation Process
  4. Module4: Building a Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation System
  5. Module5: Evaluation Questions
  6. Module6: Descriptive, Normative, and Cause-Effect Evaluation Design
  7. Module7: Approaches to Development Evaluation
  8. Module8: Data Collection Methods
  9. Module9: Sampling
  10. Module10: Data Analysis and Interpretation
  11. Module11: Presenting Results
  12. Module12: Managing for Quality and Use
  13. Module13: Complex Evaluations
  14. Module14: Evaluation Ethics, Policies, Standards, and Guiding Principles.
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Mr. Heang Suo Saravorn has started his career as a veterinarian and has branched out into a number of areas related to market development, value chain, research, and monitoring and evaluation for agriculture and rural development programs. During 2007 and 2009 he was Agricultural Attaché for the French Embassy and in this position he provided background research on regulations to facilitate direct foreign investment, and conducted feasibility studies and market assessment. He has been responsible for reviewing the agricultural sector in Cambodia for a number of clients, organizing trade missions and facilitating meetings between local organizations from domestic private and public sector and overseas organizations. Working as Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator at GRET, he has considerable field experience, and has been directly involved in conducting field surveys, analyzing data, writing reports, and presenting findings in national workshops and other consultative meetings. Moreover during his work at CEDAC from 2004 to 2007 he has been responsible for conducting a long term research project on Consumers’ Demand and Sector Dynamics, Urban Consumers’ Behaviors, Perception, and Expectation for Food Products in Sihanouk ville and Kampong Thom province. He has also conducted several research consultancy services including the study on Affects of AFTA on Agricultural Products and Migration.

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