Impact, Outcome, and Process Monitoring

Operational Standards 

CVA-related processes/activities, outputs, and programmatic and contextual risks are monitored

Key Actions

  1. Ensure CVA processes and activities are safe, efficient and meet their intended purpose, by monitoring the registration and verification process and the channeling of cash via the delivery mechanism. Explore potential negative unintended impacts on gender relations (such as relating to transfer values not meeting multiple needs) as identified by recipients. Ensure PDM not only assesses quality of CVA but also the process of CVA distribution to enable access to quality SRHR.
  2. Track sex and age disaggregated data (SADD) to ensure that systems are in place to register and analyze SADD and to train staff to fill the templates and report them. Review data on process from post-distribution monitoring (PDM) and feedback in “real time,” paying attention to outliers based on gender, age, and other characteristics.
  3. Feed into the coordination groups with your process and output monitoring data
  4. Analyse protection risks for all gender groups throughout implementation and monitor the effectiveness of risk mitigation measures
  5. Use the results of monitoring to inform programme decisions and explore potential negative unintended impacts on gender relations, uptake of health services and perceptions of the health system as identified by recipients. Monitor access to CVA for different gender groups and develop indicators to measure this based on the assessed access gaps and gender relations