As part of measures to gauge the effectiveness of a program, there is always a need to put in place mechanism to keep track of the progress made. It was against this background that the Iterative Benficiary Monitoring (IBM) was inbuilt in the Nafa Quick Cash Transfer to measure the level of satisfaction of the beneficiaries.
This particular activity is intended to last for 10 days where competent data collectors with fluency in multiple local languages are engaged in calling those who have already benefited in the first round of the Nafa Quick to assess their satisfaction. So far a lot of progress has been made within these two days. Am sure the outcome will be worth the effort.Thanks for the support especially from the ED and his Deputy.
Catherine Gibba Omo, M&E Manager.