Monitoring and Evaluation System
The AADMER Work Programme (AWP) 2021-2025 Web-based Monitoring and Evaluation System is a secured online platform that covers both the monitoring of implementation and tracking of progress towards results. The system is formulated to ease the conduct of the monitoring processes and to provide real-time monitoring data that informs and guides the AADMER Work Programme implementation.View Framework
About AADMER Work Programme 2021-2025
The Vision of AADMER
“A region of disaster-resilient nations, mutually assisting and complementing one another, sharing a common bond in minimising adverse effects of disasters in pursuit of safer communities and sustainable development.”(AWP 2021-2025, p. 23)
AADMER Work Programme 2021-2025 Mission
“To enhance and support ASEAN’s disaster risk reduction and disaster management capabilities through inter-sectoral cooperation, capacity building, scalable innovation, resource mobilisation, new partnerships, and stronger coordination among ASEAN Member States.”(AWP 2021-2025, p. 23)
About AWP 2021-2025 Priority Programme
The AADMER Work Programme 2021-2025 was developed based on the foundation laid out by the AADMER with the aim of continuing the momentum made by ASEAN in over a decade on regional disaster management collaborations. The mission for 2021-2025 will be carried out through five (5) priority programmes that reflect the major provisions of the AADMER. Each priority programme includes sub-priorities and outcomes, and outputs that highlight the changes and goals the ACDM aims to achieve in 2021-2025. The outcomes can be achieved by producing and implementing the outputs through activities or projects.
Results of the outputs produced by the AWP 2021-2025 through the implementation of the 5 Priority Programmes.
The products, capital goods, services, or changes produced upon completion of a project or group of activities to achieving the intended outcome.
AADMER work programme 2021-2025
The AADMER Work Programme 2021-2025 M&E System has two major components based on the five-step process illustrated in the figure below.
Resources needed to support projects and programs
Actions that are designed to produce an output.
117 outputs completed from various project activities.
30 results that the Priority Programme interventions are designed to deliver.
Contribution to AADMER’s 2 overall objectives .
Implementation Monitoring, which covers the first three out of five steps above, refers to operational tracking of the actual implementation of the agreed outputs under the 5 Priority Programmes. This level covers the mobilisation of inputs and resources, the conduct of activities, and the delivery of outputs.
Results Monitoring, which covers the last two out of five steps above, focuses on the attainment of intended results. Results monitoring provides evidence of the results achieved under the AADMER Work Programme by 2025. It provides empirical monitoring data to demonstrate the contribution of completed outputs to the achievement of intended outcomes, as well as the long-term impact that would contribute to the AADMER’s objectives. It clearly articulates progress made, and provides guidance on collecting and documenting the work programme’s successes.
AADMER work programme 2021-2025
Web-based M&E System
The AADMER Work Programme (AWP) 2021-2025 Web-based Monitoring and Evaluation System is a secured online platform that covers both the monitoring of implementation and tracking of progress towards results. The system is formulated to ease the conduct of the monitoring processes and to provide real-time monitoring data that informs and guide the AADMER Work Programme implementation.