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Monitoring plan

Monitoring plan

institutional development for poverty reduction programme, 2004-2009.


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Published by Monitoring and Evaluation Section, AKRSP in Gilgit .
Written in English

Edition Notes

ContributionsAga Khan Rural Support Programme (Pakistan). Monitoring and Evaluation Section.
The Physical Object
Pagination35 leaves ;
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16747443M
LC Control Number2007378653

Indian Housing Block Grant Recipient Self-Monitoring Guidebook 4 This guidebook may be used to establish the IHBG recipient's self-monitoring process from beginning to end. However, the material covered in this guidebook is not intended as a "one size fits all" model.

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Furthermore, a copy of the Outside Activities and Financial Interest Report from the HR electronic portal must be provided.A project's documented plan is the basis for monitoring activities, communicating status, and taking corrective actions.

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