Applying Geospatial Tools to Rugg’s Staircase Method for Monitoring and Evaluation: MEASURE Evaluation’s Case Studies


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Year: 2014

Applying Geospatial Tools to Rugg’s Staircase Method for Monitoring and Evaluation: MEASURE Evaluation’s Case Studies Abstract:

This paper seeks to illustrate the important role geospatial analysis can have on monitoring and evaluation (M&E). It moves beyond the hypothetical scenarios that have been previously used in the literature to discuss specific, real world examples of how geospatial tools, methods, and techniques have been used to support M&E. The examples in this paper are from HIV/AIDS prevention activities associated with the MEASURE Evaluation project and are conceptualized within the Rugg eight-step M&E framework.

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