Communicating and reporting

Digital tools for M&E

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Aim of the tool 
There are some differences between the various kinds of digital tools out there, but in general, they aim to facilitate collaborative data collection, analysis, visualisation and/or sharing. 

When to use it? 
These tools may be especially useful when project staff and stakeholders are spread across the world. 

Tool for thought or tool for action? 
Tool for thought and for action

Video

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When to use it?
This tool is used especially at the end of an intervention process to present key M&E findings

How difficult is it to use it?
Easy – moderate – for experienced users/facilitators

Stories, pictures and drawings

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Aim of the tool
To help you present your findings in an appealing and creative way so that you can effectively get your message across

When to use it?
This tool is useful to use at different stages of an intervention process being evaluated (i.e. beginning, mid-way and end). You can also use it to help you communicate the findings of the evaluation to your stakeholders.

Presenting findings at staff forums and conferences

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Aim of the tool
To share your key findings and experiences to stimulate discussion and further develop your methodologies

When to use it?
This tool can be used at different stages of an intervention process. It is particularly useful (i.e. beginning, mid-way and end) to communicate the findings of the evaluation.

Theatre

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Aim of the tool
To communicate your M&E findings in a lively manner

When to use it?
You can use this tool mid-way through an intervention process or at the end of the intervention to express the findings of the evaluation in a novel way.