The main objective of the monitoring is to verify project implementation against planned activities and generate knowledge for future programming. These projects are multi-sectoral and include WASH, protection, NFIs, health, agriculture, food security and livelihood and cash-based responses, in both IDP camps and communities. Trust has conducted on average 10 site visits per month consisting of both qualitative and quantitative data collection including household surveys with beneficiaries, FGDs with community members and implementing partner staff, in-depth interviews with key internal and external stakeholders and direct observation visits by Trust’s field team. The tools were structured to include a range of open, closed and comparative questions and the conclusion of each site visit a comprehensive report was produced.
- Sector/s :
- WASH – Protection – NFIs – Health – Agriculture – Cash-based responses – Food security
- Project type : Monitoring (Post-distribution)
- Location : Syria (10 governorates)
- Period : January 2017 – September 2018
- Donor : OFDA and FFP