Open Monitorng and Evaluation
Open and Participatory Monitoring For Quality Infrastructure
Infrastructure projects sometimes suffer from delayed implementation and completion. There are times when the project’s quality is poor. Ideally, isolated communities should have better access to basic social services one of which is the farm-to-market road. Mobility of people, goods and services will be improved when these projects are done properly. How can the government deliver the results they want when they’re the only one monitoring and evaluating these significant projects?
With this commitment, the public will be able to access near real-time project monitoring results through an application. They can also give feedbacks and comments on the infrastructure project status. This improved collaboration will help address issues faced in project quality and implementation. Findings and recommendations will be publicized for better accountability.
Conduct Users’ Training, install and operationalize the ODK-based project monitoring system.
September, 2018 – December, 2018
Update the website/page or Facebook page of the provincial government/SC-OGP to allow posting of and/or accessing of project monitoring results by the public for feedback.
September, 2018 –
Conduct ODK-based project monitoring of locally-funded infra projects at least once every quarter.
December, 2018 – September, 2020
Post monitoring results at the provincial government website and/or Facebook page for public access and feedback (online posting of results the day after the conduct of quarterly monitoring inspection).
August, 2019 – September, 2020
Expand participation of the public to the PPMC through the participation of the Barangay Chairman, BDC-Chair of Infra and BDC Private Sector Reps during the monitoring/inspection where the project is located.
February, 2019 – September, 2020