Diagnostic Study of the Gender Responsiveness of the National Integrated Monitoring and Evaluation System (NIMES) Kenya – Final Report
As part of Twende Mbele’s efforts to institutionalise equity and strengthen national monitoring and evaluation systems, in partnership with the Kenyan Government through the Monitoring and Evaluation Directorate, it was agreed to conduct a ‘Diagnostic Study of the Gender Responsiveness of National Integrated Monitoring and Evaluation System (NIMES) Kenya’.
The study commissioned was by the National Treasury and Planning (Ministry) through the Monitoring and Evaluation Directorate and supported by a broad national reference group comprising both government and non-government stakeholders. The study was undertaken between June and October 2019.
Objectives of the study
1. Undertake a diagnostic study of the existing country evaluation system; investigating the extent to which the evaluation policies, procedures, frameworks and internal systems relate to what ought to be characteristic of an effective national gender responsive monitoring and evaluation system.
2. Identify existing and potential barriers as well as enablers for a well-functioning gender responsive M&E system