IOM Technical References

IOM M&E Guidelines

The IOM Monitoring and Evaluation Guidelines contribute to strengthening the capacities at IOM by providing more detailed and in-depth support for the systematic monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of any IOM intervention, including projects/programmes and policies, as well as strategies at national, regional and global levels.


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IOM M&E Guidelines
Evaluation Brief Guidance

This Guidance is part of a common set of guidance notes issued by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) that operationalizes the OIG 2018–2020 Strategy for the management of evaluation and monitoring functions and supports the implementation of the IOM Evaluation Policy (September 2018). After finalizing an evaluation report, IOM promotes the use of a separate summary document called an ‘evaluation brief’ that can be used to easily share information and results from evaluations and be more accessible to our staff, donors, partners, and other stakeholders.


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IOM Evaluation Brief Guidance
Management Response and Follow-Up on IOM Evaluation Recommendations

All IOM evaluations (internal and external) should include a management response for the implementation and follow-up of their recommendations.


English
Management Response and Follow-up on IOM Evaluation Recommendations
Continuity of Monitoring and Evaluation Interventions during COVID-19

In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic and the impact it has had on staff mobility and programmatic work worldwide, OIG/Evaluation has put together short guidance and materials to help ensure fluidity for evaluation and monitoring activities for on-going and new programmes.


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Continuity title page
Toolkits for Results Matrix, Results Monitoring Framework and Evaluation

These toolkits provide key information such as definitions and tips for formulation of results and indicators for IOM interventions. Furthermore, evaluation criteria and questions are defined.


English, Spanish, French
Table Top Calendar
Research and Evaluation Methodology for Mass Information Activities

The present document is intended as a quick guide for IOM staff doing mass information work, in particular information campaign projects. Its purpose is to assist IOM staff with two extremely important and frequently overlooked aspects of mass information work: research and evaluation.


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Research and Evaluation Methodology for Mass Information Activities
IOM Planning, Conducting and Using Project Performance Reviews (PPR)

This guidance is intended to promote a common understanding of the PPR tool and practices among all staff involved in M&E work, to inform IOM’s Departments, Regional and Country Offices on the scope, objectives, and processes under the project performance review, and to ensure quality throughout the process.


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IOM Planning, Conducting and Using Project Performance Reviews (PPR)
IOM Gender and Evaluation Tip Sheet

This Tip Sheet provides a short guide to help staff involved in managing and conducting evaluations develop gender-sensitive M&E scope of work, methodologies and findings. For more detailed guidance, including examples of gender-sensitive criteria, indicators and findings.


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IOM Gender and Evaluation Tip Sheet
IOM Guidance for Addressing Gender in Evaluations

Integrating gender equality aspects in the overall Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) processes is in line with IOM’s evaluation and monitoring policies where one of the common objectives is “to guarantee inclusion of cross-cutting issues such as gender and accountability to affected populations”.


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IOM Guidance for Addressing Gender in Evaluations