Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Jan de Graaff ... [et al.] ; with assistance from Annemarieke de Bruin.|
|Contributions||Graaff, J. de.|
|LC Classifications||S627.P76 M66 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 532 p. :|
|Number of Pages||532|
|LC Control Number||2007038165|
This book will meet its objective if it contributes to convince financing institutions and project managers that integrated watershed management activities have the potential to generate highly desirable impacts for the society at large, which have Cited by: This book provides an overview of how monitoring and evaluation systems have been applied and can be applied in various types of soil conservation and watershed development projects in many different countries. It focuses on both physical and socioeconomic factors and indicators. In book: Monitoring and Evaluation of Soil Conservation, Edition: First, Chapter: Impact Monitoring as the Key for Testing the Long‐term Watershed Development Project, Publisher: SCIENCE. The international dissemination and comparison of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) data is also a major objective of World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies. It emphasizes the documentation, monitoring, evaluation and dissemination of soil and water conservation (SWC) experiences that have potential value in other situations, and it supplies a format for M&E that SWC .
Monitoring and Evaluation of Soil Conservation and Watershed Development Projects. Edited by J. de Graaf, J. Cameron, S. Sombatpanit, C. Pieri and J. Woodhill. natural resource conservation and development programs in Ethiopia through watershed development (MOARD, ). In Amhara region, watershed management was merely considered as a practice of soil and water conservation. The success stories of early watershed projects were marked as the basis of major watershed initiatives. China Watershed Management Project (CWMP) Development of a Monitoring & Evaluation System Final Report U.K. Tel: ITAD Ltd 12 English Business Park English Close, Hove BN3 7ET Team Leader: Email: [email protected] Web: June Johanna Pennarz Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized. Keep it simple and ‘fit to project’ 2. Monitoring and evaluation is not an add-on at the end - start early and build monitoring and evaluation into the project from the beginning 3. Negotiate between stakeholders to decide what to monitor and evaluate 4. Indicators should be objective, verifiable and clearly understood by all stakeholders 5.
Physical parameters in monitoring and evaluation are discussed in papers specifically concerned with assessment of water erosion of cultivated land, monitoring erosion using microtopographic features, geomatics, use of environmental radionuclides to monitor soil erosion and sedimentation, and other topics. Monitoring and Evaluation of Soil Conservation and Watershed Development Projects - CRC Press Book This book provides an overview of how monitoring and evaluation systems have been applied and can be applied in various types of soil conservation and watershed development projects in many different countries. Monitoring and evaluation of soil conservation and watershed development projects. [J de Graaff;] -- Part One of this book introduces the challenges of monitoring and evaluating interventions designed by technical experts meeting the needs of people who actually use the environment which the. What is Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)? Monitoring is the collection and analysis of information about a project or programme, undertaken while the project/programme is ongoing. Evaluation is the periodic, retrospective assessment of an organisation, project or programme that might be conducted internally or by external independent Size: 2MB.