Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning

GEG provides independent, rigorous and practical humanitarian learning services. Services include a range of learning exercises, reviews, real time evaluations, mid-term or final evaluations and third party monitoring systems for complex humanitarian environments.


Remote monitoring through third party monitoring mechanisms is a requirement for many humanitarian contexts where the security environment makes it impossible for some humanitarian organizations to monitoring programming. GEG establishes 3rd party monitoring platforms that optimize national, regional and international monitoring specialists to create robust 3rd party monitoring systems that bring improved programming results and high levels of accountability.

Evaluations and Reviews

GEG uses a rigorous utilization focused and analytical approach for most of its humanitarian evaluations and reviews. The utilization focused approach aims to ensure that the findings, conclusions and recommendations from our evaluations will be relevant, practical and feasible in terms of implementation and to advise concrete next steps for our clients. This approach includes the collection and analysis of existing data solicited from key stakeholders, data compiled from an extensive primary and secondary data collection process. Specific evaluation methods are tailored to each specific evaluation and context. GEG uses proprietary tools and processes developed over many years of conducting evaluations and reviews in humanitarian contexts.

GEG maintains strong relationships with national partners in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. Our established network of national consulting firms and consultants allows GEG to immediately access a network of experienced and technically competent national networks so that we can incorporate the views and concerns of affected communities and national partners for any evaluation or review that needs to be conducted anywhere in the world.

Learning Exercises

GEG is experienced and supportive of using learning exercises to improve humanitarian programming. GEG facilitators can apply a range of methods and approaches tested over many years of exercise delivery to ensure that lessons are collected and then actually incorporated as organizational learning.

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