The toolkit is divided into four sections to help you navigate to the parts that are most relevant to you:
Some of these tools can be used independently, others work best when they are used together. At the beginning of each tool, there is information on the tool’s purpose, how and when to use the tool, and which other tools it can be used in conjunction with.
The toolkit is designed for use in-house and with partners and beneficiaries at any stage before or during your programming.
This is not a guide to general monitoring and evaluation. The toolkit is intended to complement and be used with existing tools and resources, such as the M&E handbook and ToC guidance, which provide more detail on general M&E tools and good practice.
The tools described here are not blueprints but need to be adapted to both the different types of programming and different country and programming contexts. Use your own judgement, skill and experience in deciding whether to use or adapt any tool.