NGOs working in humanitarian contexts--capstone team seeks M&E input (survey)


A team of three graduate students of the University of Minnesota Humphrey School of Public Affairs - Christina Field, Mavic Punay, and Anika Walz - are working on a capstone project focused on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) in humanitarian contexts. The project consists of three primary components: a desk/literature review, internal assessment of one INGO - American Refugee Committee, and an external review of practices in the humanitarian aid sector. This last component is why we are reaching out to you. The team is examining M&E best practices in the sector including data collection methods, data storage, reporting, and how data use. Additionally, we are trying to capture how organizations structure, fund, and ensure sufficient capacity for their needed M&E capacity.

We would like to hear about your experiences and your organization's on M&E. We would like to invite you to complete this, 27-question online survey,, by April 29th at 10am. The survey is anonymous, though there is the option to share your email address if you would like to enter for a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card. Results of the survey will be posted online for those who choose to participate in the survey. Please feel free to contact us with any questions and/or if you are interested in receiving follow-up information regarding overall survey findings.


Christina Field
University of Minnesota
Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Mast of Development Practice (MDP) Email:
Skype: christina.field88
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