Internal learning system : a participatory monitoring and evaluation system for grassroots livelihoods and micro-finance programs

Publication year: 
1998

This booklet describes a participatory monitoring and evaluation system for grassroots livelihoods and micro-finance programs. It contrasts the traditional techniques used to monitor and evaluate credit programmes with those of the group-oriented internal learning system (ILS). It gives details of how ILS works, a five step process involving collecting information, assessing the direction of change, analysing the information, planning based on learning and the documentation of results. Throughout it emphasises the participatory, flexible, simple, and decentralised method of the ILS.

Pages: 
38 p.
Publisher
[s.n.]
Dr. H. Noponen, CB-3140 New East, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NNC 27599-3140, USA
[S.l.]
Publisher reference: 
[s.n.]