Dear Reagan Ronald Ojok,
Thank you very much for your contribution.
It is true M&E is being done at different levels being it at national, district, sub-country etc.
Ministers, Parliamentarians, District Resident District Commissioners, their Deputies and Assistants technical officers at the Ministries, district Councilors and district technical officials, sub-county Councilors and technical officials etc all are involved in some kind of M&E work.
Resources are being utilized for M&E work at the different levels. How do we then measure value for money of the M&E at the different levels? We should for example be to tell that M&E work being done at the lower levels is creating better impact than M&E being done at the national level because of lower M&E proximity to the service beneficiaries.
So what yardsticks can we use to determine which of those different players has better M&E impact and is able to influence more resources to it due to its greater impact?
I believe if we put our ideas together, we can come up with a framework of indicators that can be used to identify who does M&E better due to its better influence for better impact.
This is yet to come.
Abubakar Muhammad Moki