Process Monitoring

This involves monitoring the processes leading to outputs and outcomes. Specific areas where process monitoring will be useful in OPELIP include: functioning of community organisations, effectiveness of SHG savings and lending, provision of technical and other support services, changes in diversity of vegetables consumed to enhance nutrition among others. Information on these may be gathered via PME, as well as from the records of community organisations.

Videos will be made to describe Programme processes and results in a village - these can be shown in other villages to disseminate key information and messages. In addition, the Programme will undertake specific studies related to women's empowerment, community natural resource management, benefit of Programme services for disadvantaged groups, and impacts on nutrition and income of Programme communities.