- The history of the national Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system is rooted from the Uganda’s Public Sector Management during the post-colonial era system of governance through 1980s that shaped the public inspectorate function with public bureaus in various institutional levels. The Sector Wide Approaches (SWAps), liberalisation and divestiture of most of the public parastatals in the late 1990s, paved the way for increased monitoring of performance of government programmes (e.g. the Local Government Development Programme (LGDP) and the Public Sector Reform Programme (PSRP). M&E processes with a gender equity and equality focus were mostly driven by Development Partners. Public sector Reforms focused on key aspects including value for money, performance measurement and “results-based performance”. With the adoption of the Poverty Eradication Action Plan (PEAP), there was a push mostly from civil society organizations (CSOs), both national and international, for ‘impact assessments’
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