MEL: measuring socio-economic benefits and value for money

This is in order to: 1. demonstrate the impact of WISER; 2. share how to conduct monitoring and evaluation; and 3. share how to maximise SEB and VfM within weather and climate programmes.

View this poster to find out how we use a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) framework within the WISER and other programmes to help improve performance through better management of outputs, outcomes and impact.

WISER Learning Event Outputs - September 2021

Co-production Policy Brief

Gender Policy Brief

Funder Policy Brief

National Meteorological and Hydrological Services Policy Brief

Supporting the Development and Improvement of  National Strategic Plans - French - March 2020

WISER knowledge reference number WISER0203

Supporting the Development and Improvement of  National Strategic Plans - English - March 2020

WISER knowledge reference number WISER0202

Taking a WISER approach in ASIA - ARRCC case study - October 2019

WISER knowledge reference number WISER0148

Guidance note - Assessing Transformational Benefits in WISER - July 2019

WISER knowledge reference number WISER0123

Tanzania Meteorological Agency successfully scales delivery of improved weather forecast - March 2019

WISER knowledge reference number WISER0101

Case study from the MHEWS Tanzania project

From strategic planning to improved weather and climate services - March 2019

WISER knowledge reference number WISER0098

Guidance notes on implementation of WISER value for money and socio-economic benefit framework - September 2017

WISER knowledge reference number WISER0043

Project monitoring, evaluation and learning guidance - September 2017

WISER knowledge reference number WISER0042

Policy brief on developing a monitoring, evaluation and learning framework - January 2017

The WISER Western Kenya project has developed a policy brief entitled: Developing a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning framework which can support the creation of decentralised Climate Information Services:

Learning from the WISER Western project in the Lake Victoria region of Kenya.

Briefing note - WISER knowledge reference number WISER0020

Full policy brief - WISER knowledge reference number WISER0021

Meeting notes from monitoring, evaluation and learning workshop - December 2016

WISER knowledge reference number WISER0011

An MEL workshop for the WISER programme was held in Nairobi in December, facilitated by LTS International. This provided an opportunity for key WISER stakeholders to come together and discuss the role of MEL in project and programme design and implementation.

You may also be interested in the following websites:

African Climate Policy Centre (ACPC) 

Building Resilience & Adaptation to Climate Extremes & Disaster (BRACED)

Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)

Future Climate for Africa (FCFA)