The Coram International team has extensive experience conducting monitoring and evaluations as a part of larger projects we are devising and delivering. We also provide our services as independent monitoring and evaluation consultants to external projects and programmes.

Since Coram International’s inception, we have built our experience in evaluating the effectiveness of projects, and their compliance with international standards and best practices. Our team keeps up-to-date with changing international conventions, protocols, laws and regulations, ensuring all the projects we advise on are in compliance with all necessary standards.

From the qualitative and quantitative research we conduct, our team analyse the findings and present these in a range of accessible formats. Based on the data we then provide concrete recommendations and devise strategy plans for our clients.

Independent evaluations

Coram International is adept at designing and delivering evaluations of programmes and projects to a range of scales, including small-scale evaluations of single-site projects, and wider evaluations of country, regional or even global programming and activities. For further information, please see our Where we work page.

M&E frameworks

As part of our reform projects, or on a standalone basis, we often develop Monitoring and Evaluation frameworks for partners to use to assess outputs, outcomes and impact. We also deliver capacity building to support implementation of these frameworks.

Child Rights Monitoring Systems

Coram International has experience in assessing and producing recommendations for the reform of Child Rights Monitoring systems, particularly in Vietnam, where the team supported UNICEF Vietnam in an assessment of, and subsequent capacity building in relation to, Child Rights Monitoring.

Coram International has conducted a vast number of monitoring and evaluations for UNICEF offices and non-government organisations around the world. In 2014, we conducted an evaluation of Save the Children’s community-based child protection programmes, ‘SCORE’, assessing its work amongst children living on the streets and in internal displacement in Hargeisa, Somaliland.