Project Design, Monitoring
and Evaluation
Session 1: Introduction, Your Project and
the Environment
Green Recovery And Reconstruction: Training Toolkit For Humanitarian Aid
Welcome and Introduction
Place a photo here that relates to the workshop,
such as a reconstruction project from a recent
disaster in the region
Workshop Venue
and date
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Introductions
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Tell us your name
Which agency you work with
Your current job responsibility
Your work experience related to
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environmental management
disaster recovery and reconstruction
project design, monitoring and evaluation
Please be brief
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Green Recovery and Reconstruction
Training Toolkit
 Developed by WWF and the American Red Cross
 Based on a 5-year partnership formed after the 2004
tsunami between WWF, American Red Cross and
partners in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Maldives
 Designed for use globally after natural disasters and
conflict
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10 Program Modules
Green Guide to:
1. Opportunities for Green Recovery and
Reconstruction: An Introduction
2. Project Design, Monitoring and
Evaluation
3. Environmental Impact Assessment
Tools and Techniques
4. Strategic Site Selection and
Development
5. Materials and the Supply Chain
6. Construction
7. Water and Sanitation
8. Livelihoods
9. Disaster Risk Reduction
10. Organizational Operations
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GRRT Principles
 “Do no harm” to people and communities recovering
from disaster by addressing environmental
sustainability
 Recognize that addressing the environment has
multiple benefits
 Take ownership
 Build back safer
 Be solution-oriented
 Emphasize the use of local knowledge
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Workshop Learning Objectives
1. Describe why it is important to incorporate
environmental considerations into Project Design,
M&E:
Project
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Environment
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Workshop Learning Objectives
2. Integrate environmental indicators into the project
strategy and every step of the project cycle.
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Workshop Learning Objectives
3. Select and measure environmental indicators (be
S.M.A.R.T.)
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Workshop Learning Objectives
4. Demonstrate that integrating environmental
monitoring into your project does not have to be
difficult, costly, or time-consuming.
5. Do you have additional objectives?
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Methodology
1. Brief presentations + action learning
2. Discuss and test M&E concepts, policies and tools
3. Share experiences
4. Participant feedback and evaluation
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Workshop Ground Rules
 Please turn off your cell phone ringer.
 Do not make or receive cell phone calls during a
session.
 What other rules should apply?
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Consequences of response
 What are some of the environmental consequences of
the disaster response activities you see in the
following photos?
 How would you measure this impact?
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Temporary shelter built from local materials
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Kiln to fire bricks to rebuild houses destroyed in an earthquake
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Harvesting trees blown down in a hurricane
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Removing debris from an earthquake site
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Module Key Concepts
1. Disaster response and recovery projects can
impact the environment both positively and
negatively.
2. Disaster response and recovery projects need to
be assessed and designed to ensure that
environmental issues are identified, negative
environmental impacts are minimized, and
positive environmental opportunities are
supported.
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Module Key Concepts (cont.)
3. Monitoring of disaster response and recovery
projects needs to include indicators that identify
and measure achievement of or changes to for
specific environment-related objectives or subobjectives.
4. These projects need to be evaluated to
determine if the environment-related actions
were appropriate and what their impact was, and
to draw lessons for future projects.
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Indicators
What are “indicators” as applied to M&E?
 Indicators
provide clear statements of the precise
information needed to assess whether proposed
changes have occurred.
 Indicators
can be quantitative (numeric) or
qualitative (descriptive observations).
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Exercise: Your Project
 Within each small group, identify one project that one
of your group members has worked on related to
humanitarian assistance.
 Identify one activity of that project that had an
environmental consequence, either positive or
negative.
 As a group, identify one indicator of environmental
impact and one measurement you might take to
gauge the impact.
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Break time
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