M&E for Improved Services: Setting Up and Implementing a Clinic-Based M&E System for the Rehabilitation of Torture Victims at the CSVR, Johannesburg

M&E for Improved Services: Setting Up and Implementing a Clinic-Based M&E System for the Rehabilitation of Torture Victims at the CSVR, Johannesburg

The Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation has a history both of providing psychosocial services to clients, as well as developing and implementing a results-based Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system that allows them to better understand and improve the work that they are doing with clients. The purpose of this report is to better understand what it has meant to develop and sustain a useful M&E system that informs clinical work and assists in improving services to clients.

 

M&E for improved services
Dominique Dix-Peek
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Dominique Dix-Peek is the Knowledge and Learning Manager at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR).

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