A Web-based Platform for Enhancing Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) in Research for Development - Toward Achieving Development Outcomes
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Enrico Bonaiuti, Claudio Proietti, Bastian Mueller, Richard Thomas, Jalal Omary, Moayad Al-Najdawi, Leigh Winowiecki, Quang Bao Le, Patricia Bravo, Valerio Graziano, Percy Cabello, Belal Mazlom, Mohammad Opada Al Bosh, Bashar Ayyash, Mustafa Kaatuah, Mohammad Salem, Omar Alsoudani, Mohammad Wadi, Satish Nagaraji. (22/9/2017). A Web-based Platform for Enhancing Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) in Research for Development - Toward Achieving Development Outcomes. Bonn, Germany.
Achieving efficiency in large and complex research for development programs (R4D) is a significant challenge. In 2015, as a response to the lack of a shared monitoring and evaluation system for CGIAR Research Programs (CRPs), Dryland Systems met the needs of participating institutions by developing the online platform Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning (MEL). MEL is a multi-program, multi-functional, interoperable system that collates, synthesizes, analyzes, disseminates and reports information generated in four multi-institution CRPs and Programs: Dryland Systems, Roots, Tubers and Bananas, Dryland Cereals, Grain Legumes and the IFAD funded program.
Le, Quang Baohttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-8514-1088
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