King Baudouin Foundation, 2009, 98 pages
This paper is the third in a series of issue-based papers by the King Baudouin Foundation focusing on the re/integration of trafficking victims. It examines issues related to the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of anti-trafficking re/integration programmes.
The paper explores how monitoring should take place within a re/integration programme (including the identification of indicators and the collection and analysis of information) and looks at aspects of evaluation work. It also emphasises the role of beneficiaries in planning, monitoring and evaluation. The paper concludes with specific recommendations to ensure that M&E is given appropriate attention in re/integration efforts.