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									Key Performance Indicator - Outcome Indicator by Objective
                        Objective area

Access to social and economic infrastructure




Quality of services/service delivery: e.g.




National/sectoral government institutional capacity building




Human development outcomes




Local government institutional capacity building




Fiscal objectives/efficiency


Community empowerment and capacity building




Reaching specific vulnerable groups/poverty targeted groups
Reaching specific vulnerable groups/poverty targeted groups




Access to economic opportunities (employment, financial services,
livelihoods)
come Indicator by Objective
                                  Weaker KPI

        Increase in access to health centers

        Increase in access to education

        Increase with population with access to improved economic
        infrastructure (roads, irrigation, markets
        Number of classrooms built

        Contraceptives procured

        Rural Institutional birth coverage

        Increase in access to health centers

        Increase in access to education

        Increase with population with access to improved economic
        infrastructure (roads, irrigation, markets
        Teachers recruited into education
        Number of national strategic social programs with an increased
        budget (under the RBB framework)


        Monitoring and evaluation system for prioritized national strategic
        social programs operating
        New malaria cases

        Improved second grade literacy outcomes

        Percentage of regional governments that have implemented and
        monitored the four national strategic social programs (under the RBB
        framework)
        Capacity building at the municipal level to train municipal officials
        directly involved in community microprojects in financial
        management

        Transfers made in accordance with intergovernmental fiscal rules


        Number of grassroots organizations that voice opinion on social
        policy and quality of programs in participatory evaluations, in general
        and in 1"quintile districts.
        Citizens better informed on public budget processes

        Ensuring that communities have benefited from social mobilization
        and facilitation using highly participatory methodologies and that
        community-based organizations (CBOs) are inclusive and well
        represented;
        Percentage of grants awarded by the project to support innovations in
        inclusion, that have achieved success in increasing inclusion of
        marginalized groups (the poor) to health, education and social
        protection services
Program resource allocation favors poorer participating communes
and villages

Development of training packages

Contribution to short-term employment and income generation in
poor participating communities
                         Stronger KPI

Increased medical consultations in FSRDC build rehabilitated
health centers
Increased enrollment rate in basic education by 7% for boys and girls
in the areas the SFD intervened
Increased number of motorized vehicles using rehabilitated rural
roads
Increase in secondary (grade 8-10) enrolments on focus islands by
25% by end-of-project.
Availability of essential drugs at health facilities (Percentage of
months with tracer drugs availability)
Percentage of health posts without shortages of injectable
contraceptives in last three months
Increased medical consultations in FSRDC build rehabilitated health
centers
Increased enrollment rate in basic education by 7% for boys and girls
in the areas the SFD intervened
Increased number of motorized vehicles using rehabilitated rural
roadsof secondary school teachers receive in-service training
80%
Percentage o f budget linked to performance agreements reached

40% in food programs and 40% in rural infrastructure programs

Number of external evaluations of social programs# performance
conducted and discussed (with social sectors)
Percentage of children under 1 vaccinated against DPT3 and measles

Reduction in the gender gap in 0-level pass rates on focus islands by
25% by end-of-project.
Number of municipalities and regional governments with monitoring
of budget execution reports and physical goals o f PSPs, and number
o f them in 1" quintile districts
By the end of the Project, 70 percent of participating communes have
improved their capacity to implement the CDD approach and comply
with at least 10 CDD capacity indicators (indicators specified).

Improved geographical targeting of transfers to sub-national
governments,' with 25% of additional budget going to 1'' quintile
districts.
Increase in citizen satisfaction with social services on focus islands,
as measured by Citizen Report Cards and Community Score Cards,
by 30% by end-of-project.
Percentage of citizens surveyed who report they have knowledge
about local government budget
Over 50% of participating households record increased levels of trust
and cooperation among stakeholders at community level


Proportion of budget on 1'' quintile increased from XX% to YY% in
infant nutrition programs and from 22% to WW% in SIS.
Repartition of financing of subprojects consistent with regional
targeting criteria as estimated by the QUIBB 2006 Survey

Cumulative number of farmers (in millions) trained in agricultural
minimum package
40-50% of microfinance savers/borrowers confirming an
improvement in their household living standard
Key Performance Indicator - Outcome Indicator by Attribute

                 Issue
Specific




Measurable




Attributable




Realistic




Targeted
come Indicator by Attribute

                                 Weaker KPIs
            ·    Increase in contribution compliance (as a proxy for the
            incentive to job creation and reducing informality associated with
            the reduction in social security contribution rate by 6% points)
                 Productivity actual decrease in contribution revenue.
            evident in a lowerof former state owned enterprises will increase
            ·
            when privatized.


        Intermediate outcome:
            ·   Books distributed for EBA and PREPARA.

            ·   Create an effectively functioning Ministry of Social
            Protection.


            ·    Create 350,000 new jobs, above those created through
            normal growth.
            ·    Number of participants in active labor market programs
            inserted into jobs, including in the occupational field for which
            they are trained. Independent workers have access to the social
            security system.
        Intermediate outcome:

            ·   Number of workers receiving labor redeployment services.

            ·   Reduce the unemployment rate from 15.7 to 12.1 percent.

            ·    Reduction in the percentage of senior managers in private
            enterprises stating that the interpretations of laws and regulations
            by public officials is unpredictable and inconsistent.




            ·   Matura examination results are used by Bulgarian
            universities as credential for admission.
        Intermediate outcome:
            ·   INFOTEP co-finances 400 learning courses for youth at risk.

            ·    Coverage of the very poor population by the targeted social
            assistance program.
            ·    Decrease in risky behaviors.
        Intermediate outcome:




            ·   Number of vulnerable children and youth enrolled in
            primary and secondary education through innovative targeted
            programs.
                         Stronger KPIs
  ·    Increase DPT, Triple Viral, and polio vaccination of the
  population age 0-5 from 80 percent to 95 percent, resulting in 3.6
  million new children vaccinated.
  ·    Increased efficiency as shown by halting the decreasing trend
  in pupil-teacher ratio in public schools (for grades 1-13) observed
  since 2002. That is, the pupil-teacher ratio remains roughly
  unchanged at its 2006 level (13.1).
Intermediate outcome:
  ·    Percentage of EBA students that drop out of the program.

  ·    Increased efficiency as shown by reductions in average drop-
  outs as a percent of total enrolments in small mountainous
  municipalities (proxies for regions that struggle with largest
  declines in population)
Intermediate outcome:

  ·    Percentage of students graduating from project training
  institutions and obtaining a diploma or certificate by student origin.


  ·   Number of job seekers, as reported by the LFS, served by the
  National Employment Service.


  ·   Number of participants exiting the program into formal
  employment (Annual).
  ·   Percentage of PJE graduates employed or self-employed six
  months after program completion.


  ·   Increase in average percentage earnings of PJE graduates
  compared to the control group.
  ·   An increase in the employment rate of older workers to at least
  40 percent (age 55-64, Eurostat data) from the 2005 baseline of
  34.7 percent (intermediate status (2006) of 39.6 percent).


  ·    Wages of graduates of long term training program of the
  project institutions by student origin.
Intermediate outcome:
  ·    Relative share of individuals benefiting from training out of
  the total number of beneficiaries of active labor market programs
  increases, from the 2005 baseline of 19.4 percent to 30 percent,
  with intermediate value of 26.5 percent (December 2007).

  ·  Percentage of PJE, EBA and PREPARA beneficiaries that
  come from priority areas as identified in the DR poverty map.
Key Performance Indicator - Institutional Indicator by indicator Type
                  Issue                Weaker KPIs


Targeting indicators          -      Percentage of social assistance
                              cash benefits received by poor families

                              -      Number of low income youth
                              enrolled in the program during expansion


                              -      Number of households to which
                              the poverty scorecard has been applied

                              -      A pilot SSN mechanism will have
                              been implemented using a robust targeting
                              formula. The pilot project will have been
                              evaluated and lessons learned/best
                              practices extracted for national roll-out

MIS development               -       A management information system
                              that provides sufficient and timely
                              information has been established and is
                              operational
                              -       Social Development Database
                              improved


                              -      MIS system captures disability
                              specific information in adequate detail

                              -      Registry of beneficiaries designed
                              and tested, and beneficiaries of the ZMP,
                              FEP, PROPAS, JPP programs registered

                              ·    MIS system generates intended
                              reports on programs, participants and flow
                              of funds and feeds into M&E activities

                              ·     MIS enables integrated work flow
                              and sharing of business information
                              within and among MLSPP and its
                              affiliated agencies departments and
                              branches.




Service delivery quality   Process efficiency/adequacy
                              -       Number of complaints by types
                                  ·   Materials improved and provided to
                                  each student.




                                  ·  Central and regional Career
                                  Counseling Centers operational.




Transparency and accountability   -       Level of transparency on budget
                                  allocations and execution


                                  -      Summary payment information
                                  available for public review

                                  -       Two (2) program impact
                                  evaluation studies completed in 2006 and
                                  2008
                                  -       Results based indicators of four
                                  main social assistance programs publicly
                                  available
                                  -       M&E unit in MOSD issues its
                                  annual report
                                  -       System of process evaluation,
                                  internal audit and quality controls with
                                  spot checks in place
                                  -       Periodic evaluations of progress
                                  made in achieving the MDGs followed by
                                  participatory discussions and feedback to
                                  improve social sectors policies

                                  ·    Evaluation of the piloted "School to
                                  work" programs finished and at least three
                                  are mainstreamed.


                                  ·    Integrated provision of social
                                  protection interventions evaluated.

                                  ·   Targeting mechanism and
                                  implementation procedures adjusted after
                                  each round of monitoring survey.


                                  ·    Social Protection survey is designed
                                  and implemented.
                                  ·    Enhance the quality of social
                                  programs through regular impact
                                  evaluations and a system for the public to
                                  access and respond to the evaluation.
Compliance with standards                ·    Central and three regional
                                         occupational safety laboratories
                                         modernized and fully functional and two
                                         reports on work and occupational safety
                                         published.
                                         ·    Placement of students in upper
                                         secondary institutions is done on the basis
                                         of objective ability testing (using the new
                                         7th grade national test)
                                         -      Number of primary County CSWs
                                         that have a fully functioning one stop
                                         shop model

                                         -      Percentage of key standards of care
                                         adopted
                                         -      Three pilot integrated social work
                                         and care centers fully functional and
                                         adequately funded by the Government

                                         -     Minimum standards of care for
                                         working with street children are
                                         developed and applied across
                                         implementing NGOs
Social mobilization, participation and   -     Public awareness increases
public awareness                         -      Public information and education
                                         strategy developed and approved in 2006

                                         -      Beneficiary information booklets
                                         designed, published and distributed to
                                         new municipalities with training

                                         -       Number of annual consultations of
                                         Roma in poor settlements with local
                                         authorities for addressing community
                                         needs
                                         ·    Increase public access to information
                                         to facilitate oversight




Institutional capacity and structure     -       Number of oblast social welfare
                                         offices capable of carrying out analyses
                                         and monitoring of the benefit payments

                                         -          Functional review of MOLSP’s 
                                         DSDS completed and business plan
                                         prepared in 2006
                                         -          MoSD adopts a Strategic
                                         Development Plan and Human Resources
                                         Development Strategy
                                         -          Standard packages for statistical
                                         data entry, cleaning, imputation,
                                         management and analysis introduced and
                                         staff trained in using them.
                  -       NAF HQ and local branches
                  adequately staffed and staff skills
                  improved.
                  -       % increase in number of qualified
                  staff in PWD services
                  ·    Increase in diversity of private firms
                  involved in PJE.


                  ·     Operations guidelines and manuals
                  for a new menu of ALMPs prepared and
                  in use.
                  ·     ICT Department fully capable to
                  provide administrative and technical
                  support and maintain corporate network at
                  all territorial and functional and
                  administrative levels.
Improved policy   -        Cabinet adopts consolidation of
                  selected federal Social Safety Net
                  Programs under BISP
                  -        Integration of the existing network
                  of service providers to vulnerable
                  population within the Social Protection
                  System.
                  -        Draft social protection policy for
                  children and youth w/3 year
                  implementation plan which defines roles,
                  responsibilities and products of
                  participating institutions
                  -        Medium-term strategy for
                  reintegration of other conflict-affected
                  populations defined
                  ·     Labor Code amended.
                  ·     White Paper on Pension System
                  Development with a corresponding
                  Action Plan prepared; implementation
                  commences.
                  ·     Issuance of regulations to facilitate
                  broader access to social security benefits
ator by indicator Type
                     Stronger KPIs


             -       Percentage of disbursed BISP cash
             transfers received by beneficiaries in
             quintiles 1 and 2
             -       % of all revised SISBEN 1
             families in newly entered municipalities
             that are registered in the program.

             -      % recertification of PATH families
             with children due to be recertified after 4
             years enrolment




             -      Percentage of households in
             bottom quintile included in program
             beneficiary database

             -      Number of quarterly progress
             reports produced by the MIS, according to
             agreed reporting standards

             -       Duplication rate in beneficiary
             registry

             -      Average time taken to update in
             the MIS changes in household
             composition (newborns or deaths) or
             address changes
             -      Percentage of cash transfers made
             automatically through MIS


             ·  Computerized record keeping in all
             MLSPP and its affiliated agencies offices.




             ·    Number of beneficiaries of Seguro
             (disaggregated by gender)
             ·    Number of Employment Offices
             providing Seguro Services
             ·    Number of firms registered in SUAF

         Process efficiency/adequacy
            -       Percentage of NAF beneficiaries
            that use smart cards to collect assistance

             -      Percentage of grievance redressal
             claims settled within three months of
             application
  -       Average enrollment application
  processing time
  -       % of cash transfer payments
  delivered to local offices by the 13th of the
  payment month
· Number of people-times of use of
services (job counseling, referral, and
guidance) provided by project-invested
employment institutions, monthly average,
by origin of the user.
· Number of child allowance benefits
paid by ANSES through SUAF.
· Number of SUAF beneficiaries
receiving their transfers directly in their
bank accounts.
  -       % of social programs that update
  quarterly their budget allocation and
  execution information on internet

  -       % of target population aware of
  eligibility criteria for social assistance
  benefits




  ·   Percent of municipal education
  budget delegated to schools increases
  (from baseline of 0 to target of 100
  percent; value 2006-2007: 80 percent).

  ·    Automated, up to date information on
  nationwide vacancies available in all local
  NES offices
  ·    Amounts claimed to ANSES for
  reimbursement due to negative balances
  in the payment of allowances through
  compensatory system (Argentina
  Familias ).
· 200 occupational standards, based on
ISCO-88/ISCO-08, and 100 training
standards developed and in use.


· Disability certification is based on
international standards and is expertly
performed; DCS publishes its reports
annually.
  -       % of social welfare facilities that
  have acceptable hygienic standards in
  place to meet national criteria




  ·    Reports on Quality assessment
  prepared by CKOKO and made available
  to the public increase (from a baseline of
  0 to a target of 5).
  ·    Labor market information (LMI)
  system in place and two reports on labor
  market situation and trends published.

  -       At least 70 percent of the MoSD
  staff completes training envisaged in the
  Human Resources Development Strategy

  -      % of staff with competences in
  integrated services according to official
  examination process
·   30 new module training programs
developed and in use and three new
module training centers fully functional.

·   EBA and PREPAPRA increase their
coverage.

·   Teachers trained and certified in
adult education methodology.
Good Practice KPIs and Data Collection Instrument by Objective
Access to public services and infrastructure (local public goods)
Sample KPIs                       Data Collection Instruments    SP thematic area
Net enrollment grade (by          Household surveys              Social Funds
grade and/or gender)
% of people with access to safe   Household surveys              Social Funds
drinking water
Increase in population with       Household surveys or health    Social Funds
access to improved health         information system if
facilities within 5km             functioning
Increase with population with     Household surveys or Project   Social Funds
access to improved economic       MIS
infrastructure (roads,
irrigation, markets)
% of sub-projects operational     Facility surveys               Social Funds
and maintained one year after
completion

% households reporting            Household surveys              Service Delivery
utilization of health centers
Proportion of births attended     Household surveys              Service Delivery
by skilled health personnel

Availability of essential drugs   Facility survey or health      Service Delivery
at health facilities (%)          information system if
(Percentage of months with        functioning
tracer drugs availability)

% of births in rural targeted     Household survey including     Social Safety Nets
communities in accredited         demographic information
facilities
% of children in poor             Household survey (linked with Social Safety Nets
households (quintiles 1 and 2)    national income or
in targeted communities           consumption household data)
participating in Early
Childhood Education Services

% of public works assessed to     Technical audits               Social Safety Nets
be satisfactory (using PW
Review performance criteria -
eligibility, appropriateness,
effectiveness, quality and
sustainability)

Number of communities             Social Fund MIS                Social Funds
benefiting from at least one
sub-project
% of targeted Roma                Administrative data            Social Safety Nets
settlements water points
constructed or rehabilitated

# of classrooms/health centers Social Fund MIS                   Social Funds
constructed
% of classrooms replaced in 40     Administrative data            Social Safety Nets
schools damaged by the
Tsunami
% of kilometers of rural roads     Administrative data            Social Safety Nets
rehabilitated
# of bednets, contraceptives       Administrative data from       Service Delivery
etc. distributed                   sector

# of service workers deployed Administrative data from            Service Delivery
(teachers, health workers, etc.) sector




Access to economic opportunities
Sample KPIs                        Data Collection Instruments    SP thematic area
Number of participants exiting
the program into formal
employment (Annual).
                                   Household surveys              Labor markets
An increase in the employment National surveys (eurostat)
rate of younger workers to at
least 23 percent (age 15-24)
                                                                  Labor markets
% increase of the rate of          Household survey or national   Social Safety Nets
employment of youth                labor force survey with
benefiting from                    beneficiary oversampling
multifunctional centers
services
An increase in the activity rate   National surveys (eurostat)
of older workers to at least 45
percent (age 55-64)
                                                                  Labor markets
Percentage of graduates
employed or self-employed six
months after program          Household surveys, tracer
completion                    studies of ex-participants          Labor markets
Employment rate for labor          Tracer studies of ex-          Service Delivery
market program graduates           participants
Wages of graduates of long
term training program of the
project institutions by student    Household surveys, tracer
origin.                            studies                        Labor markets
# of households with annual        Household surveys              Social Funds
increase in average incomes

% of microfinance                  Tracer studies, beneficiary    Social Funds
savers/borrowers confirming        surveys
an improvement in their
household living standards
Cumulative # of farming HH        Project or sectoral information Service Delivery
receiving and using extension     system (distribution of
packages (millions)               packages), household or farm
                                  surveys (using packages)

# of income generating local      Social fund MIS                 Social Funds
community groups formed

% of supported MFIs reaching Survey of MFIs                       Social Funds
operational self-sufficiency

Reduction in job search waiting   Household survey or program Service Delivery
time                              MIS if reported
Number of beneficiaries of
program X.                        Project MIS                     Labor markets
Number of Employment
Offices providing Program X       Administrative information
Services                          systems                         Labor markets
Number of firms registered in
program X                         Project MIS                     Labor markets
# of clients of supported MFIs    Social Fund MIS                 Social Funds

# of beneficiaries trained in     Social Fund MIS                 Social Funds
income generating activities

Cumulative # of people trained Project or sectoral information Service Delivery
(farmers, micro-entrepreneurs systems
etc.)



Temporary income support (unconditional transfers, public works CCTs, etc.)
Sample KPIs                       Data Collection Instruments     SP thematic area
Increased income from wages Household surveys                     Social Funds
(income transfers) from PWP
works
% of beneficiaries of grants for Household survey                 Social Safety Nets
productive projects engaged in
activities generating income at
least equal to AR$150/mo
after 18 months of operation

% of beneficiary households       Beneficiary survey              Social Safety Nets
that receive PSNP resources
reporting no distress sales of
assets to meet food needs

Net improvement in                Household surveys including     Social Safety Nets
household total, food             consumption module for
(including fruits and             treatment and comparison
vegetables) and protein           groups
consumption in large
municipalities.
Average number of months        Beneficiary survey                 Social Safety Nets
that PSNP households report
being food insecure
% of labor intensity of public Social fund MIS                     Social Funds
works sub-projects
Proportion of bi-monthly        Administrative data                Social Safety Nets
payments based on a complete
cycle of co-responsibilities
verification and application of
sanctions

Person-days provided in labor Social fund MIS                      Social Funds
intensive public works program
(number)
Percentage of farmers who      Administrative data                 Social Safety Nets
have been affected by the
Tsunami receiving
compensation grants.
# of communities benefitting Social fund MIS                       Social Funds
from public works sub-projects

% of transfer payments             Administrative data             Social Safety Nets
delivered to beneficiaries by
the 13th of the payment
month



Human development outcomes
Sample KPIs                        Data Collection Instruments     SP thematic area
Increased primary school           Household surveys               Social Funds
enrollment and completion
rates in SF-supported
communities
Net change in chronic              Household survey with            Social Safety Nets
malnutrition amongst children      anthropometric module
under 5 in large municipalities.   applied to treatment and
                                   comparison groups; possibly,
                                   Health MIS if available and
                                   feasible to distinguish
                                   treatment and comparison
                                   groups
Net change in secondary            Household survey applied to Social Safety Nets
school completion rate of          treatment and comparison
PATH students-boys and girls       groups; possibly, Education
                                   MIS if available and feasible to
                                   distinguish treatment and
                                   comparison groups

Increase DPT, Triple Viral, and Sectoral information systems,
polio vaccination of the        Health surveillance system
population age 0-5 resulting in
3.6 million new children
                                                                   Labor markets
vaccinated.
Increase in primary completion Household surveys or sectoral Service Delivery
rate                           information systems

Increase basic and secondary    Household surveys , Sectoral
school enrollment rates by      information systems
creating 1.4 million new
spaces, in addition to the
existing 7.8 million spaces.
                                                               Labor markets
Annual dropout rate (%) of     Facility or household surveys   Social Funds
students in primary and
secondary schools
Reduction in child underweight Household survey (with          Service Delivery
rate                           anthropometric module) or
                               health information system
% of under-fives malnutrition Household surveys                Social Funds
using weight for age method

Incidence of diarrhea in        Household surveys              Social Funds
communities implementing
water and sanitation
subprojects
% of children vaccinated      Household surveys and health Social Funds
                              information system
% of women receiving prenatal Household and facility surveys Social Funds
care in project communities

Average daily medical           Facility surveys of health     Social Funds
consultations in health centers information system

HIV/AIDS prevalence rate        Health surveillance system     Service Delivery
Infant/child mortality rate     Household surveys              Service Delivery
DTP 3 vaccination rate of       Sectoral information systems   Service Delivery
children below 1 year
Contraceptive Prevalence        Household survey               Service Delivery
Women ages 15-49
% of children under 3 with      Household survey including     Social Safety Nets
anemia in 165 high risk         blood samples
municipalities
% of married women aged 15-     DHS type survey                Social Safety Nets
49 using modern
contraceptives
Percentage of children 0-5      Household survey; Health MIS Social Safety Nets
years old with complete         if available
immunizations for their age
group
Education test scores           Sectoral information system    Service Delivery

Share of PATH secondary         Household survey, Program      Social Safety Nets
school boys attending school    MIS
85% of the time
Proportion of children under 2 Household survey; Health MIS Social Safety Nets
years old who participate in   if available
the growth monitoring
according to agreed protocols
in the areas of intervention

Percentage of families meeting Program MIS                       Social Safety Nets
their education co-
responsibilities



Reaching specific vulnerable groups/targeted groups
Sample KPIs                        Data Collection Instruments   SP thematic area
Number of workers that
receive severance pay (job loss    Specific assessment and
compensation)                      surveys                       Labor markets
Increase the number of poor        Project MIS/Beneficiary
children age 0-5 affiliated with   registry
the nutrition program
                                                                 Labor markets
Percentage of program              Project MIS
beneficiaries women                                              Labor markets
Number of workers receiving        Project MIS
labor redeployment services.
                                                                 Labor markets
Percentage of beneficiaries
that come from priority areas
as identified in the poverty       Administrative information
map.                               system                        Labor markets
% of project resources (or     Household surveys (linked with Social Funds
beneficiaries) from the lowest national household surveys for
20% of poverty deciles         national poverty rankings)

Increased number of poor           Household surveys             Social Funds
people with access to social
services.
Number of kindergarten             Facility survey               Social Funds
children with disability
benefiting from the
kindergarten centers
Community Management               Social Fund MIS               Social Funds
Committees have at least 50%
of elected women
% of project resources             Social Fund MIS               Social Funds
disbursed to the poorest
districts/municipalities
Number of communities              Social Fund MIS               Social Funds
mapped and profiled (with
participatory poverty
assessments)
% of citizens with access to       Household survey              Service Delivery
services by poverty quintile
Increased access to services       Sectoral data crossed with       Service Delivery
(e.g. institutional births, school poverty mapping information
enrollment etc.) in poorest
geographical areas

% of vulnerable groups (e.g        Household survey                 Service Delivery
orphans, elderly) using health
and education services

% of program expenditures (or Household survey                      Service Delivery
% of beneficiaries) on poorest
household quintile
At least X percent of grants      Project MIS                       Service Delivery
provided for inclusion activities
to marginalized groups in
project municipalities are
disbursed

% of programs utilizing proxy      Administrative data              Service Delivery
means test and other targeting
criteria
Percentage of disbursed cash   Household surveys (linked with       Social Safety Nets
transfers received by          national income or
households in quintiles 1 and 2consumption household data)
                               including social programs
                               module
Share of program participants Household surveys (linked with        Social Safety Nets
in lower half of income        national income or
distribution                   consumption household data)
                               including social programs
                               module
% of children in Q1 registered Household surveys (linked with       Social Safety Nets
for PATH                       national income or
                               consumption household data)
                               including social programs
                               module
% reduction in the gap         Depending on exact definition        Social Safety Nets
between targeted poor Roma of living conditions index may
settlements and neighboring need census data, community
communities as measured by surveys or household survey
the living conditions index    representative at the
                               community level

% of revised SISBEN 1 families Administrative data                  Social Safety Nets
in newly entered municipalities
registered in the program

% of ECE interventions in          Census data to identify target   Social Safety Nets
communities with more than         communities and
50% Roma population                administrative data
% of districts with at least 85%   Administrative data              Social Safety Nets
of households with completed
needs assessment
% recertification of PATH          Administrative data           Social Safety Nets
families with children due to
be recertified after 4 years
enrollment



Community empowerment and capacity building (non-government)
Sample KPIs                        Data Collection Instruments   SP thematic area
% of participating communities Social Fund MIS, Community        Social Funds
have improved their capacity surveys
to implement the CDD
approach, and comply with at
least 10 CDD capacity
indicators

# of local executing agencies   Community surveys                Social Funds
with improved capacity for
planning and implementing
community development
projects
% of communities applying       Community surveys                Social Funds
acquired skills in activities
beyond social fund project (use
of community management
committee, social audits etc.)

% of facilities adequately  Facility surveys                     Social Funds
maintained by the community

At least 90% of sub-projects  Household surveys,                 Social Funds
undertaken reflect the        participatory M & E
priorities of targeted        instruments
communities and beneficiaries

% of beneficiaries reporting       Household surveys,            Social Funds
participating in identification    participatory M & E
and execution of sub-projects      instruments

# of capacity-building events      Social fund MIS               Social Funds
carried out for beneficiary
CBOs each year
% of communities benefiting        Social fund MIS               Social Funds
from social mobilization

Increase in citizen satisfaction   Participatory M & E           Service Delivery
with social services as            instruments
measured by Citizen Report
Cards and Community Score
Cards
% of citizens who report           Household survey or           Service Delivery
knowledge about local budgets      participatory M & E
                                   instruments
Improved women's                  Household survey or            Service Delivery
understanding of their right to   participatory M & E
an institutional birth and the    instruments
standards for a good-quality
birth
Increased connectivity to and     Administrative information,    Service Delivery
usage of national information     service provider surveys
management networks, by
local service providers

# of local management             Project (or sectoral)          Service Delivery
committees established for        information system
social services
Share of coverage in              Sectoral information systems   Service Delivery
community services by NGOs
and community groups

% of Roma population from         Household surveys,            Social Safety Nets
targeted poor settlements         participatory M&E instruments
agreeing that subprojects
reflect community priorities

Proportion of OVC households Beneficiary surveys,           Social Safety Nets
aware of program information, participatory M&E instruments
such as objectives, eligibility
criteria and use of funds

% of kebeles that have          Administrative data,             Social Safety Nets
developed and approved          performance audits
safety net plans, taking into-
account community
preferences
% of public sector              Administrative data              Social Safety Nets
organizations that hold partner
forums on a regular basis to
report on planning decision
and progress.




Local government institutional capacity building
Sample KPIs                       Data Collection Instruments    SP thematic area

Household perceptions of local Household surveys,                Social Funds
government transparency,       participatory M & E
capacity and responsiveness    instruments

% of local governments able to Local government surveys          Social Funds
set objectives and achieve at
least X% of their annual targets
% of local government annual      Local government surveys       Social Funds
investments consistent with
Community Development
Plans
Beneficiary satisfaction with  Community and local               Social Funds
training received at the local government surveys,
government level               participatory M & E
                               instruments
Legal and administrative texts Administrative information        Social Funds
have been adopted allowing
local governments to pass
through funds to community
groups
% of social fund projects      Social fund MIS                   Social Funds
executed by local governments

# of local government officials   Social fund MIS                Social Funds
trained
Citizens reports of quality of    Participatory M & E            Service Delivery
basic services delivered by       instruments or household
local government                  surveys
Subnational governments           Sectoral budget information    Service Delivery
expenditures on basic services

Allocation of financing from   National and sectoral budget      Service Delivery
State government to local self information
governments for health and
education services

Share of local government         Local government budget        Service Delivery
budgets spent of social           information (systematized or
services                          via sample surveys where
                                  systems lacking)
Number of local service           Sectoral information systems   Service Delivery
providers (PHCs, schools, CSWs
and NGOs) accredited by the
relevant institution in their
sector
# of local government units    Administrative information        Service Delivery
trained in sectoral service    systems
programs



National/sectoral government institutional capacity building
Sample KPIs                       Data Collection Instruments    SP thematic area

Number of job seekers, as
reported by the LFS, served by
                               Administrative information
the National Employment
                               system                            Labor markets
Service
Formulation of a viable
Pension System Development
Strategy and progress in its
implementation
                                Administrative data           Labor markets
Labor market information       Sectoral information systems
(LMI) system in place and two
reports on labor market
situation and trends published
                                                              Labor markets
Number of new small business
incubators established.
                                Project MIS                   Labor markets
Number of new module
training programs developed
and in use and number of new
module training centers fully
functional
                                Project MIS                   Labor markets
Operations guidelines and
manuals for a new menu of      Administrative information
ALMPs prepared and in use      system                         Labor markets
Central and regional Career
Counseling Centers operational Administrative information
                               system                         Labor markets
Citizen knowledgeable about     Participatory M & E           Service Delivery
basic services (availability,   instruments
eligibility, transparency)

% of social program budget      Sectoral budget information   Service Delivery
distributed based on new        system
program-based model of
allocation
Number of external              Administrative data           Service Delivery
evaluations of social program
performance conducted

Monitoring and evaluation       Administrative data           Service Delivery
system for prioritized national
strategic social programs
operating as evidenced by
timely monthly MIS reports

Number of Results Agreements Administrative data              Service Delivery
signed between national
planning office and sectors

Decrees published relating to   Administrative data           Service Delivery
social program operations
Percentage of civil registry  Administrative data,                 Social Safety Nets
offices which have their      technical/operational audits
records updated, modernized
and operational, as evidenced
by the establishment of a new
computerized system

% of households in the            Administrative data,             Social Safety Nets
targeting database whose          technical/operational audits
poverty status is verified
through home visits at least
once every three years
% of grievance redressal claims   Administrative data              Social Safety Nets
settled within three months of
application
% of BISP positions that are      Administrative data              Social Safety Nets
filled with qualified staff
according to official
examination system
% of social welfare facilities    Administrative data,             Social Safety Nets
have acceptable hygienic          operational audits, facilities
standards in place to meet        survey, spot checks
national criteria
% of MoSD staff with              Administrative data              Social Safety Nets
completed training envisaged
in the Human Resources
Development Strategy

% of municipalities with      Administrative data                  Social Safety Nets
indicators of payment process
in yellow and red alert

% of departmental offices for Administrative data,           Social Safety Nets
the First Employment Program operational audits, spot checks
(DOFEP) operating and
connected to the MIS (as
described in the operational
manual)



Quality of services/service delivery
Sample KPIs                       Data Collection Instruments      SP thematic area
Increase in average percentage
earnings of PJE graduates
compared to the control
group.                         Impact evaluation surveys           Labor markets
Improved user satisfaction
with program X and its
                                  Participatory M&E/Beneficiary
affiliated agencies# services
                                  Assessments                   Labor markets
Amounts claimed to agency X
for reimbursement due to
negative balances in the
payment of allowances
                             Project MIS/ Participatory
through compensatory system.
                             M&E                                   Labor markets
Number of beneficiaries
receiving their transfers
                                 Project MIS/Administrative
directly in their bank accounts.
                                 data                              Labor markets
Number of people-times of use
of services (job counseling,
referral, and guidance)
provided by project-invested
employment institutions,
monthly average, by origin of
the user                      Project MIS                          Labor markets
Number of migrants-times
receiving legal assistance in
project-invested pilot localities
                                  Specific surveys                 Labor markets
annually

Increase in the number of new
courses offered by program X      Project MIS                      Labor markets
Teachers trained and certified
in adult education
methodology.                      Sectoral information system      Labor markets
Material improved and             Participatory M & E
provided to each student          instruments                      Labor markets

Life skills modules
incorporated in all programs      Project MIS                      Labor markets
Community satisfaction with     Participatory M & E                Social Funds
service quality                 instruments, household
                                surveys
Student/teacher (or             Facility surveys, education        Social Funds
student/classroom) ratio        system information
% of health centers staffed to Facility surveys or health          Social Funds
sectoral norms                  information system if
                                functioning
Availability of basic medicines Facility surveys                   Social Funds
in supported health centers

# of desks, books and other       Facility surveys                 Social Funds
inputs per student
Quality rating of local           Facility surveys, technical audit Social Funds
infrastructure (schools, health
centers, water systems, roads
etc.)
# of facilities with local        Facility surveys, social fund    Social Funds
community management              MIS
committees established
Average pupil-teacher ratio                                      Service Delivery
(e.g. grades 1-4)
Share of qualified health staff   Sectoral information system    Service Delivery
in rural areas
Public perception of service      Participatory M & E            Service Delivery
quality                           instruments, household
                                  surveys
% of health posts without         Sectoral information systems   Service Delivery
shortages of injectable
contraceptives in last 3 months

Increase in the use of Standard Sectoral information systems     Service Delivery
Treatment Protocols in project-
supported hospitals

Number of textbooks per           Sectoral information systems   Service Delivery
primary school student
% of teachers receiving in-       Sectoral information systems   Service Delivery
service training



Fiscal objectives/efficiency
Sample KPIs                       Data Collection Instruments    SP thematic area

Average unit costs of             Social fund MIS                Social Funds
infrastructure (compared to
other programs)
% of operating costs as a share   Social fund MIS                Social Funds
of total costs
Local contributions as a share    Social fund MIS                Social Funds
of total social fund
investments
% of sub-project executed         Social fund MIS                Social Funds
within timeframe and budget

Total Federal block grants to     National budget information    Service Delivery
basic services as a share of      system
total Federal discretionary
expenditures
% of treatment municipalities     Administrative information     Service Delivery
making financial allocations      system
based on agreed formula in
health sector

% of non wage executed            Sectoral budget information    Service Delivery
budget                            system
Annual budget of national         National budget information    Service Delivery
strategic social programs         system
% of priority social program      Program or sectoral            Service Delivery
expenditures on administrative    information systems
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Good Practice KPIs and Data Collection Instrument by Thematic Area
Social Funds
Sample KPIs                       Data Collection Instruments    Lending Instrument
Net enrollment grade (by          Household surveys              SIL
grade and/or gender)
% of people with access to safe   Household surveys
drinking water                                                   SIL
Increase in population with       Household surveys or health
access to improved health         information system if
facilities within 5km             functioning                    SIL
Increase with population with     Household surveys or Project
access to improved economic       MIS
infrastructure (roads,
                                                                 SIL
irrigation, markets)
% of sub-projects operational     Facility surveys               ERL
and maintained one year after
completion

Number of communities          Social Fund MIS                   ERL
benefiting from at least one
sub-project
# of classrooms/health centers Social Fund MIS                   ERL
constructed
# of households with annual    Household surveys                 APL
increase in average incomes

% of microfinance                 Tracer studies, beneficiary    SIL
savers/borrowers confirming       surveys
an improvement in their
household living standards

# of income generating local      Social fund MIS                SIL
community groups formed

% of supported MFIs reaching Survey of MFIs                      SIL
operational self-sufficiency

# of clients of supported MFIs    Social Fund MIS                SIL

# of beneficiaries trained in     Social Fund MIS                SIL
income generating activities

Increased income from wages       Household surveys              SIL
(income transfers) from PWP
works
% of labor intensity of public    Social fund MIS
works sub-projects
Person-days provided in labor     Social fund MIS                SIL
intensive public works program
(number)
# of communities benefitting      Social fund MIS
from public works sub-projects
Increased primary school         Household surveys               SIL
enrollment and completion
rates in SF-supported
communities
Annual dropout rate (%) of       Facility or household surveys   SIL
students in primary and
secondary schools
% of under-fives malnutrition    Household surveys               SIL
using weight for age method

Incidence of diarrhea in         Household surveys               SIL
communities implementing
water and sanitation
subprojects
% of children vaccinated      Household surveys and health SIL
                              information system
% of women receiving prenatal Household and facility surveys SIL
care in project communities

Average daily medical           Facility surveys of health       SIL
consultations in health centers information system

% of project resources (or     Household surveys (linked with
beneficiaries) from the lowest national household surveys for
20% of poverty deciles         national poverty rankings)
                                                                 SIL
Increased number of poor         Household surveys               ERL
people with access to social
services.
Number of kindergarten           Facility survey                 SIL
children with disability
benefiting from the
kindergarten centers
Community Management             Social Fund MIS                 SIL
Committees have at least 50%
of elected women
% of project resources           Social Fund MIS                 SIL
disbursed to the poorest
districts/municipalities
Number of communities            Social Fund MIS                 SIL
mapped and profiled (with
participatory poverty
assessments)
% of participating communities   Social Fund MIS, Community      SIL
have improved their capacity     surveys
to implement the CDD
approach, and comply with at
least 10 CDD capacity
indicators
# of local executing agencies   Community surveys            ERL
with improved capacity for
planning and implementing
community development
projects
% of communities applying       Community surveys            DPL
acquired skills in activities
beyond social fund project (use
of community management
committee, social audits etc.)

% of facilities adequately  Facility surveys
maintained by the community

At least 90% of sub-projects  Household surveys,             ERL
undertaken reflect the        participatory M & E
priorities of targeted        instruments
communities and beneficiaries

% of beneficiaries reporting      Household surveys,         SIL
participating in identification   participatory M & E
and execution of sub-projects     instruments

# of capacity-building events     Social fund MIS            ERL
carried out for beneficiary
CBOs each year
% of communities benefiting       Social fund MIS            ERL
from social mobilization

Household perceptions of local Household surveys,            SIL
government transparency,       participatory M & E
capacity and responsiveness    instruments

% of local governments able to Local government surveys      APL
set objectives and achieve at
least X% of their annual targets

% of local government annual      Local government surveys   SIL
investments consistent with
Community Development
Plans
Beneficiary satisfaction with  Community and local           SIL
training received at the local government surveys,
government level               participatory M & E
                               instruments
Legal and administrative texts Administrative information    SIL
have been adopted allowing
local governments to pass
through funds to community
groups
% of social fund projects      Social fund MIS               SIL
executed by local governments
# of local government officials Social fund MIS                        SIL
trained
Community satisfaction with Participatory M & E                        SIL
service quality                 instruments, household
                                surveys
Student/teacher (or             Facility surveys, education            SIL
student/classroom) ratio        system information
% of health centers staffed to Facility surveys or health
sectoral norms                  information system if
                                functioning
Availability of basic medicines Facility surveys
in supported health centers

# of desks, books and other        Facility surveys
inputs per student
Quality rating of local            Facility surveys, technical audit
infrastructure (schools, health
centers, water systems, roads
etc.)
# of facilities with local         Facility surveys, social fund
community management               MIS
committees established
Average unit costs of              Social fund MIS
infrastructure (compared to
other programs)
% of operating costs as a share    Social fund MIS                     SIL
of total costs
Local contributions as a share     Social fund MIS
of total social fund
investments
% of sub-project executed          Social fund MIS                     SIL
within timeframe and budget



Service Delivery
Sample KPIs                        Data Collection Instruments         Lending Instrument
% households reporting             Household surveys                   SIL
utilization of health centers
Proportion of births attended      Household surveys                   SIL
by skilled health personnel

Availability of essential drugs    Facility survey or health           SIL
at health facilities (%)           information system if
# of bednets, contraceptives       Administrative data from            SIL
etc. distributed                   sector

# of service workers deployed      Administrative data from            SIL
(teachers, health workers, etc.)   sector
Employment rate for labor          Tracer studies of ex-
market program graduates           participants
Cumulative # of farming HH        Project or sectoral information SIL
receiving and using extension     system (distribution of
packages (millions)               packages), household or farm
                                  surveys (using packages)

Reduction in job search waiting   Household survey or program SIL
time                              MIS if reported
Cumulative # of people trained    Project or sectoral information SIL
(farmers, micro-entrepreneurs     systems
etc.)
Increase in primary completion    Household surveys or sectoral PRSC
rate                              information systems

Reduction in child underweight Household survey (with             PRSC
rate                           anthropometric module) or
                               health information system
HIV/AIDS prevalence rate       Health surveillance system         PRSC
Infant/child mortality rate       Household surveys               SIL
DTP 3 vaccination rate of         Sectoral information systems    PRSC
children below 1 year
Contraceptive Prevalence          Household survey                SIL
Women ages 15-49
Education test scores             Sectoral information system     DPL

% of citizens with access to       Household survey
services by poverty quintile
Increased access to services       Sectoral data crossed with     DPL
(e.g. institutional births, school poverty mapping information
enrollment etc.) in poorest
geographical areas

% of vulnerable groups (e.g       Household survey
orphans, elderly) using health
and education services

% of program expenditures (or Household survey                    TA
% of beneficiaries) on poorest
household quintile
At least X percent of grants      Project MIS                     SIL
provided for inclusion activities
to marginalized groups in
project municipalities are
disbursed

% of programs utilizing proxy Administrative data                 TA
means test and other targeting
criteria
Increase in citizen satisfaction Participatory M & E              SIL
with social services as          instruments
measured by Citizen Report
Cards and Community Score
Cards
% of citizens who report        Household survey or             SIL
knowledge about local budgets participatory M & E
                                instruments
Improved women's                Household survey or             DPL
understanding of their right to participatory M & E
an institutional birth and the instruments
standards for a good-quality
birth
Increased connectivity to and Administrative information,       SIL
usage of national information service provider surveys
management networks, by
local service providers

# of local management            Project (or sectoral)          TA
committees established for       information system
social services
Share of coverage in             Sectoral information systems
community services by NGOs
and community groups

Citizens reports of quality of   Participatory M & E
basic services delivered by      instruments or household
local government                 surveys
Subnational governments          Sectoral budget information    SIL
expenditures on basic services

Allocation of financing from   National and sectoral budget     SIL
State government to local self information
governments for health and
education services

Share of local government        Local government budget        DPL
budgets spent of social          information (systematized or
services                         via sample surveys where
                                 systems lacking)
Number of local service          Sectoral information systems   SIL
providers (PHCs, schools, CSWs
and NGOs) accredited by the
relevant institution in their
sector
# of local government units      Administrative information     TA
trained in sectoral service      systems
programs
Citizen knowledgeable about      Participatory M & E
basic services (availability,    instruments
eligibility, transparency)

% of social program budget       Sectoral budget information    TA
distributed based on new         system
program-based model of
allocation
Number of external                Administrative data            TA
evaluations of social program
performance conducted

Monitoring and evaluation       Administrative data              TA
system for prioritized national
strategic social programs
operating as evidenced by
timely monthly MIS reports

Number of Results Agreements Administrative data                 TA
signed between national
planning office and sectors

Decrees published relating to     Administrative data
social program operations

Average pupil-teacher ratio                                      SIL
(e.g. grades 1-4)
Share of qualified health staff   Sectoral information system    DPL
in rural areas

Public perception of service      Participatory M & E            SIL
quality                           instruments, household
                                  surveys
% of health posts without         Sectoral information systems   SIL
shortages of injectable
contraceptives in last 3 months

Increase in the use of Standard Sectoral information systems     SIL
Treatment Protocols in project-
supported hospitals

Number of textbooks per           Sectoral information systems   PRSC
primary school student
% of teachers receiving in-       Sectoral information systems   SIL
service training
Total Federal block grants to     National budget information    SIL
basic services as a share of      system
total Federal discretionary
expenditures
% of treatment municipalities     Administrative information     SIL
making financial allocations      system
based on agreed formula in
health sector

% of non wage executed            Sectoral budget information    DPL
budget                            system
Annual budget of national         National budget information    TA
strategic social programs         system
% of priority social program      Program or sectoral
expenditures on administrative    information systems
overhead
Social Safety Nets
Sample KPIs                        Data Collection Instruments    Lending Instrument
% of births in rural targeted      Household survey including     DPL
communities in accredited          demographic information
facilities
% of children in poor              Household survey (linked with SIL
households (quintiles 1 and 2)     national income or
in targeted communities            consumption household data)
participating in Early
Childhood Education Services

% of public works assessed to      Technical audits               ERL
be satisfactory (using PW
Review performance criteria -
eligibility, appropriateness,
effectiveness, quality and
sustainability)

% of targeted Roma                 Administrative data            SIL
settlements water points
constructed or rehabilitated

% of classrooms replaced in 40     Administrative data            ERL
schools damaged by the
Tsunami
% of kilometers of rural roads     Administrative data            ERL
rehabilitated
% increase of the rate of          Household survey or national   SIL
employment of youth                labor force survey with
benefiting from                    beneficiary oversampling
multifunctional centers
services
% of beneficiaries of grants for   Household survey
productive projects engaged in
activities generating income at
least equal to AR$150/mo
after 18 months of operation

% of beneficiary households        Beneficiary survey             SIL
that receive PSNP resources
reporting no distress sales of
assets to meet food needs

Net improvement in                 Household surveys including    SIL
household total, food              consumption module for
(including fruits and              treatment and comparison
vegetables) and protein            groups
consumption in large
municipalities.
Average number of months           Beneficiary survey             SIL
that PSNP households report
being food insecure
Proportion of bi-monthly        Administrative data                 SIL
payments based on a complete
cycle of co-responsibilities
verification and application of
sanctions

Percentage of farmers who          Administrative data              ERL
have been affected by the
Tsunami receiving
compensation grants.
% of transfer payments             Administrative data              SIL
delivered to beneficiaries by
the 13th of the payment
month
Net change in chronic              Household survey with            SIL
malnutrition amongst children      anthropometric module
under 5 in large municipalities.   applied to treatment and
                                   comparison groups; possibly,
                                   Health MIS if available and
                                   feasible to distinguish
                                   treatment and comparison
                                   groups
Net change in secondary            Household survey applied to SIL
school completion rate of          treatment and comparison
PATH students-boys and girls       groups; possibly, Education
                                   MIS if available and feasible to
                                   distinguish treatment and
                                   comparison groups

% of children under 3 with         Household survey including
anemia in 165 high risk            blood samples
municipalities
% of married women aged 15-        DHS type survey                  DPL
49 using modern
contraceptives
Percentage of children 0-5         Household survey; Health MIS SIL
years old with complete            if available
immunizations for their age
group
Share of PATH secondary            Household survey, Program        SIL
school boys attending school       MIS
85% of the time
Proportion of children under 2     Household survey; Health MIS SIL
years old who participate in       if available
the growth monitoring
according to agreed protocols
in the areas of intervention

Percentage of families meeting Program MIS                          SIL
their education co-
responsibilities
Percentage of disbursed cash Household surveys (linked with         SIL
transfers received by           national income or
households in quintiles 1 and 2 consumption household data)
                                including social programs
                                module
Share of program participants Household surveys (linked with        SIL
in lower half of income         national income or
distribution                    consumption household data)
                                including social programs
                                module
% of children in Q1 registered Household surveys (linked with       SIL
for PATH                        national income or
                                consumption household data)
                                including social programs
                                module
% reduction in the gap          Depending on exact definition       SIL
between targeted poor Roma of living conditions index may
settlements and neighboring need census data, community
communities as measured by surveys or household survey
the living conditions index     representative at the
                                community level

% of revised SISBEN 1 families Administrative data                  SIL
in newly entered municipalities
registered in the program

% of ECE interventions in          Census data to identify target   SIL
communities with more than         communities and
50% Roma population                administrative data
% of districts with at least 85%   Administrative data              SIL
of households with completed
needs assessment

% recertification of PATH          Administrative data              SIL
families with children due to
be recertified after 4 years
enrollment
% of Roma population from          Household surveys,            SIL
targeted poor settlements          participatory M&E instruments
agreeing that subprojects
reflect community priorities

Proportion of OVC households Beneficiary surveys,           SIL
aware of program information, participatory M&E instruments
such as objectives, eligibility
criteria and use of funds

% of kebeles that have             Administrative data,             APL
developed and approved             performance audits
safety net plans, taking into-
account community
preferences
% of public sector              Administrative data                SIL
organizations that hold partner
forums on a regular basis to
Percentage of civil registry    Administrative data,               ERL
offices which have their        technical/operational audits
records updated, modernized
and operational, as evidenced
by the establishment of a new
computerized system

% of households in the            Administrative data,             DPL
targeting database whose          technical/operational audits
poverty status is verified
through home visits at least
once every three years
% of grievance redressal claims   Administrative data              TA
settled within three months of
application
% of BISP positions that are      Administrative data              TA
filled with qualified staff
according to official
examination system
% of social welfare facilities    Administrative data,             SIL
have acceptable hygienic          operational audits, facilities
standards in place to meet        survey, spot checks
national criteria
% of MoSD staff with              Administrative data              SIL
completed training envisaged
in the Human Resources
Development Strategy

% of municipalities with      Administrative data                  SIL
indicators of payment process
in yellow and red alert

% of departmental offices for Administrative data,           SIL
the First Employment Program operational audits, spot checks
(DOFEP) operating and
connected to the MIS (as
described in the operational
manual)

Labor Markets
Sample KPIs                       Data Collection Instruments      Lending Instrument
Number of participants exiting
the program into formal
employment (Annual).
                                  Household surveys                SIL
An increase in the employment National surveys (eurostat)          DPL
rate of younger workers to at
least 23 percent (age 15-24)
An increase in the activity rate National surveys (eurostat)       DPL
of older workers to at least 45
percent (age 55-64)
Percentage of graduates
employed or self-employed six
months after program               Household surveys, tracer
completion                         studies of ex-participants      SIL
Wages of graduates of long
term training program of the
project institutions by student    Household surveys, tracer
origin.                            studies                         SIL
Number of beneficiaries of
program X.                         Project MIS                     SIL
Number of Employment
Offices providing Program X        Administrative information
Services                           systems                         SIL
Number of firms registered in
program X                          Project MIS                     SIL
Increase DPT, Triple Viral, and    Sectoral information systems,
polio vaccination of the           Health surveillance system
population age 0-5 resulting in
3.6 million new children
                                                                   SAL
vaccinated.
Increase basic and secondary       Household surveys , Sectoral
school enrollment rates by         information systems
creating 1.4 million new
spaces, in addition to the
existing 7.8 million spaces.
                                                                   SAL
Number of workers that
receive severance pay (job loss    Specific assessment and
compensation)                      surveys                         SAL
Increase the number of poor        Project MIS/Beneficiary
children age 0-5 affiliated with   registry
the nutrition program
                                                                   SIL
Percentage of program              Project MIS
beneficiaries women                                                SIL
Number of workers receiving        Project MIS
labor redeployment services.
                                                                   SAL
Percentage of beneficiaries
that come from priority areas
as identified in the poverty       Administrative information
map.                               system                          SIL
Number of job seekers, as
reported by the LFS, served by
                               Administrative information
the National Employment
                               system                              SIL
Service
Formulation of a viable
Pension System Development
Strategy and progress in its
implementation
                                Administrative data           SIL
Labor market information       Sectoral information systems
(LMI) system in place and two
reports on labor market
situation and trends published
                                                              SIL
Number of new small business
incubators established.
                                Project MIS                   SIL
Number of new module
training programs developed
and in use and number of new
module training centers fully
functional
                                Project MIS                   SIL
Operations guidelines and
manuals for a new menu of      Administrative information
ALMPs prepared and in use      system                         SIL
Central and regional Career
Counseling Centers operational Administrative information
                               system                         SIL
Increase in average percentage
earnings of PJE graduates
compared to the control
group.                         Impact evaluation surveys      SIL
Improved user satisfaction
with program X and its
                                Participatory M&E/Beneficiary
affiliated agencies# services
                                Assessments                   SIL
Amounts claimed to agency X
for reimbursement due to
negative balances in the
payment of allowances
                             Project MIS/ Participatory
through compensatory system.
                             M&E                              SIL
Number of beneficiaries
receiving their transfers
                                 Project MIS/Administrative
directly in their bank accounts.
                                 data                         SIL
Number of people-times of use
of services (job counseling,
referral, and guidance)
provided by project-invested
employment institutions,
monthly average, by origin of
the user                      Project MIS                     SIL
Number of migrants-times
receiving legal assistance in
project-invested pilot localities
                                  Specific surveys             SIL
annually

Increase in the number of new
courses offered by program X     Project MIS                   SIL
Teachers trained and certified
in adult education
methodology.                     Sectoral information system   SIL
Material improved and            Participatory M & E
provided to each student         instruments                   SIL

Life skills modules
incorporated in all programs     Project MIS                   SIL
matic Area
Good Practice KPIs and Data Collection Instrument by Lending Instrument
Investment Lending
Sample KPIs                        Data Collection Instruments   SP thematic area
# of households with annual        Household surveys             Social Funds
increase in average incomes

% of local governments able to Local government surveys          Social Funds
set objectives and achieve at
least X% of their annual targets

% of kebeles that have         Administrative data,              Social Safety Nets
developed and approved         performance audits
safety net plans, taking into-
account community
preferences
Number of participants exiting Household surveys                 Labor markets
the program into formal
employment (Annual).

Percentage of graduates            Household surveys, tracer     Labor markets
employed or self-employed six      studies of ex-participants
months after program
completion
Wages of graduates of long         Household surveys, tracer     Labor markets
term training program of the       studies
project institutions by student
origin.
Number of beneficiaries of         Project MIS                   Labor markets
program X.
Number of Employment               Administrative information    Labor markets
Offices providing Program X        systems
Services
Number of firms registered in      Project MIS                   Labor markets
program X
Increase the number of poor        Project MIS/Beneficiary       Labor markets
children age 0-5 affiliated with   registry
the nutrition program

Percentage of program              Project MIS                   Labor markets
beneficiaries women
Percentage of beneficiaries        Administrative information    Labor markets
that come from priority areas      system
as identified in the poverty
map.
Number of job seekers, as          Administrative information    Labor markets
reported by the LFS, served by     system
the National Employment
Service
Formulation of a viable            Administrative data           Labor markets
Pension System Development
Strategy and progress in its
implementation
Labor market information       Sectoral information systems   Labor markets
(LMI) system in place and two
reports on labor market
situation and trends published

Number of new small business Project MIS                      Labor markets
incubators established.

Number of new module          Project MIS                     Labor markets
training programs developed
and in use and number of new
module training centers fully
functional

Operations guidelines and        Administrative information   Labor markets
manuals for a new menu of        system
ALMPs prepared and in use
Central and regional Career      Administrative information   Labor markets
Counseling Centers operational   system

Increase in average percentage Impact evaluation surveys     Labor markets
earnings of PJE graduates
compared to the control
group.
Improved user satisfaction     Participatory M&E/Beneficiary Labor markets
with program X and its         Assessments
affiliated agencies# services

Amounts claimed to agency X Project MIS/ Participatory        Labor markets
for reimbursement due to     M&E
negative balances in the
payment of allowances
through compensatory system.

Number of beneficiaries          Project MIS/Administrative   Labor markets
receiving their transfers        data
directly in their bank accounts.

Number of people-times of use Project MIS                     Labor markets
of services (job counseling,
referral, and guidance)
provided by project-invested
employment institutions,
monthly average, by origin of
the user

Number of migrants-times          Specific surveys            Labor markets
receiving legal assistance in
project-invested pilot localities
annually
Increase in the number of new Project MIS                     Labor markets
courses offered by program X
Teachers trained and certified     Sectoral information system     Labor markets
in adult education
methodology.
Material improved and              Participatory M & E             Labor markets
provided to each student           instruments
Life skills modules                Project MIS                     Labor markets
incorporated in all programs

% households reporting             Household surveys               Service Delivery
utilization of health centers
Proportion of births attended      Household surveys               Service Delivery
by skilled health personnel

Availability of essential drugs    Facility survey or health       Service Delivery
at health facilities (%)           information system if
(Percentage of months with         functioning
tracer drugs availability)

# of bednets, contraceptives       Administrative data from        Service Delivery
etc. distributed                   sector

# of service workers deployed Administrative data from             Service Delivery
(teachers, health workers, etc.) sector

Cumulative # of farming HH         Project or sectoral information Service Delivery
receiving and using extension      system (distribution of
packages (millions)                packages), household or farm
                                   surveys (using packages)

Reduction in job search waiting    Household survey or program Service Delivery
time                               MIS if reported
Cumulative # of people trained     Project or sectoral information Service Delivery
(farmers, micro-entrepreneurs      systems
etc.)
Infant/child mortality rate        Household surveys               Service Delivery
Contraceptive Prevalence          Household survey                 Service Delivery
Women ages 15-49
At least X percent of grants      Project MIS                      Service Delivery
provided for inclusion activities
to marginalized groups in
project municipalities are
disbursed

Increase in citizen satisfaction   Participatory M & E             Service Delivery
with social services as            instruments
measured by Citizen Report
Cards and Community Score
Cards
% of citizens who report           Household survey or             Service Delivery
knowledge about local budgets      participatory M & E
                                   instruments
Increased connectivity to and     Administrative information,    Service Delivery
usage of national information     service provider surveys
management networks, by
local service providers

Subnational governments        Sectoral budget information       Service Delivery
expenditures on basic services

Allocation of financing from   National and sectoral budget      Service Delivery
State government to local self information
governments for health and
education services

Number of local service         Sectoral information systems     Service Delivery
providers (PHCs, schools, CSWs
and NGOs) accredited by the
relevant institution in their
sector
Average pupil-teacher ratio                                      Service Delivery
(e.g. grades 1-4)
Public perception of service    Participatory M & E              Service Delivery
quality                         instruments, household
                                surveys
% of health posts without       Sectoral information systems     Service Delivery
shortages of injectable
contraceptives in last 3 months

Increase in the use of Standard Sectoral information systems     Service Delivery
Treatment Protocols in project-
supported hospitals

% of teachers receiving in-       Sectoral information systems   Service Delivery
service training
Total Federal block grants to     National budget information    Service Delivery
basic services as a share of      system
total Federal discretionary
expenditures
% of treatment municipalities     Administrative information     Service Delivery
making financial allocations      system
based on agreed formula in
health sector

Net enrollment grade (by          Household surveys              Social Funds
grade and/or gender)
% of people with access to safe   Household surveys              Social Funds
drinking water
Increase in population with       Household surveys or health    Social Funds
access to improved health         information system if
facilities within 5km             functioning
Increase with population with     Household surveys or Project   Social Funds
access to improved economic       MIS
infrastructure (roads,
irrigation, markets)
% of microfinance                Tracer studies, beneficiary     Social Funds
savers/borrowers confirming      surveys
an improvement in their
household living standards

# of income generating local     Social fund MIS                 Social Funds
community groups formed

% of supported MFIs reaching Survey of MFIs                      Social Funds
operational self-sufficiency

# of clients of supported MFIs   Social Fund MIS                 Social Funds

# of beneficiaries trained in    Social Fund MIS                 Social Funds
income generating activities

Increased income from wages      Household surveys               Social Funds
(income transfers) from PWP
works
Person-days provided in labor    Social fund MIS                 Social Funds
intensive public works program
(number)
Increased primary school         Household surveys               Social Funds
enrollment and completion
rates in SF-supported
communities
Annual dropout rate (%) of       Facility or household surveys   Social Funds
students in primary and
secondary schools
% of under-fives malnutrition    Household surveys               Social Funds
using weight for age method

Incidence of diarrhea in         Household surveys               Social Funds
communities implementing
water and sanitation
subprojects
% of children vaccinated      Household surveys and health Social Funds
                              information system
% of women receiving prenatal Household and facility surveys Social Funds
care in project communities

Average daily medical           Facility surveys of health       Social Funds
consultations in health centers information system

% of project resources (or     Household surveys (linked with Social Funds
beneficiaries) from the lowest national household surveys for
20% of poverty deciles         national poverty rankings)

Number of kindergarten           Facility survey                 Social Funds
children with disability
benefiting from the
kindergarten centers
Community Management              Social Fund MIS              Social Funds
Committees have at least 50%
of elected women
% of project resources            Social Fund MIS              Social Funds
disbursed to the poorest
districts/municipalities
Number of communities             Social Fund MIS              Social Funds
mapped and profiled (with
participatory poverty
assessments)
% of participating communities    Social Fund MIS, Community   Social Funds
have improved their capacity      surveys
to implement the CDD
approach, and comply with at
least 10 CDD capacity
indicators

% of beneficiaries reporting      Household surveys,           Social Funds
participating in identification   participatory M & E
and execution of sub-projects     instruments

Household perceptions of local Household surveys,              Social Funds
government transparency,       participatory M & E
capacity and responsiveness    instruments

% of local government annual      Local government surveys     Social Funds
investments consistent with
Community Development
Plans
Beneficiary satisfaction with  Community and local             Social Funds
training received at the local government surveys,
government level               participatory M & E
                               instruments
Legal and administrative texts Administrative information      Social Funds
have been adopted allowing
local governments to pass
through funds to community
groups
% of social fund projects      Social fund MIS                 Social Funds
executed by local governments

# of local government officials Social fund MIS                Social Funds
trained
Community satisfaction with Participatory M & E                Social Funds
service quality                 instruments, household
                                surveys
Student/teacher (or             Facility surveys, education    Social Funds
student/classroom) ratio        system information
% of operating costs as a share Social fund MIS                Social Funds
of total costs
% of sub-project executed       Social fund MIS                Social Funds
within timeframe and budget
% of children in poor          Household survey (linked with Social Safety Nets
households (quintiles 1 and 2) national income or
in targeted communities        consumption household data)
participating in Early
Childhood Education Services

% of targeted Roma                 Administrative data             Social Safety Nets
settlements water points
constructed or rehabilitated

% increase of the rate of          Household survey or national    Social Safety Nets
employment of youth                labor force survey with
benefiting from                    beneficiary oversampling
multifunctional centers
services
% of beneficiary households        Beneficiary survey              Social Safety Nets
that receive PSNP resources
reporting no distress sales of
assets to meet food needs

Net improvement in                 Household surveys including     Social Safety Nets
household total, food              consumption module for
(including fruits and              treatment and comparison
vegetables) and protein            groups
consumption in large
municipalities.
Average number of months           Beneficiary survey              Social Safety Nets
that PSNP households report
being food insecure
Proportion of bi-monthly           Administrative data             Social Safety Nets
payments based on a complete
cycle of co-responsibilities
verification and application of
sanctions

% of transfer payments             Administrative data             Social Safety Nets
delivered to beneficiaries by
the 13th of the payment
month
Net change in chronic              Household survey with            Social Safety Nets
malnutrition amongst children      anthropometric module
under 5 in large municipalities.   applied to treatment and
                                   comparison groups; possibly,
                                   Health MIS if available and
                                   feasible to distinguish
                                   treatment and comparison
                                   groups
Net change in secondary            Household survey applied to Social Safety Nets
school completion rate of          treatment and comparison
PATH students-boys and girls       groups; possibly, Education
                                   MIS if available and feasible to
                                   distinguish treatment and
                                   comparison groups
Percentage of children 0-5         Household survey; Health MIS Social Safety Nets
years old with complete            if available
immunizations for their age
group
Share of PATH secondary            Household survey, Program        Social Safety Nets
school boys attending school       MIS
85% of the time
Proportion of children under 2     Household survey; Health MIS Social Safety Nets
years old who participate in       if available
the growth monitoring
according to agreed protocols
in the areas of intervention

Percentage of families meeting     Program MIS                      Social Safety Nets
their education co-
responsibilities
Percentage of disbursed cash   Household surveys (linked with       Social Safety Nets
transfers received by          national income or
households in quintiles 1 and 2consumption household data)
                               including social programs
                               module
Share of program participants Household surveys (linked with        Social Safety Nets
in lower half of income        national income or
distribution                   consumption household data)
                               including social programs
                               module
% of children in Q1 registered Household surveys (linked with       Social Safety Nets
for PATH                       national income or
                               consumption household data)
                               including social programs
                               module
% reduction in the gap         Depending on exact definition        Social Safety Nets
between targeted poor Roma of living conditions index may
settlements and neighboring need census data, community
communities as measured by surveys or household survey
the living conditions index    representative at the
                               community level

% of revised SISBEN 1 families Administrative data                  Social Safety Nets
in newly entered municipalities
registered in the program

% of ECE interventions in          Census data to identify target   Social Safety Nets
communities with more than         communities and
50% Roma population                administrative data
% of districts with at least 85%   Administrative data              Social Safety Nets
of households with completed
needs assessment

% recertification of PATH          Administrative data              Social Safety Nets
families with children due to
be recertified after 4 years
enrollment
% of Roma population from        Household surveys,            Social Safety Nets
targeted poor settlements        participatory M&E instruments
agreeing that subprojects
reflect community priorities

Proportion of OVC households Beneficiary surveys,           Social Safety Nets
aware of program information, participatory M&E instruments
such as objectives, eligibility
criteria and use of funds

% of public sector              Administrative data               Social Safety Nets
organizations that hold partner
forums on a regular basis to
report on planning decision
and progress.

% of social welfare facilities   Administrative data,             Social Safety Nets
have acceptable hygienic         operational audits, facilities
standards in place to meet       survey, spot checks
national criteria
% of MoSD staff with             Administrative data              Social Safety Nets
completed training envisaged
in the Human Resources
Development Strategy

% of municipalities with      Administrative data                 Social Safety Nets
indicators of payment process
in yellow and red alert

% of departmental offices for    Administrative data,            Social Safety Nets
the First Employment Program     operational audits, spot checks
(DOFEP) operating and
connected to the MIS (as
described in the operational
manual)
% of program expenditures (or    Household survey                 Service Delivery
% of beneficiaries) on poorest
household quintile
% of programs utilizing proxy    Administrative data              Service Delivery
means test and other targeting
criteria
# of local management            Project (or sectoral)            Service Delivery
committees established for       information system
social services
# of local government units      Administrative information       Service Delivery
trained in sectoral service      systems
programs
% of social program budget       Sectoral budget information      Service Delivery
distributed based on new         system
program-based model of
allocation
Number of external                Administrative data            Service Delivery
evaluations of social program
performance conducted

Monitoring and evaluation       Administrative data              Service Delivery
system for prioritized national
strategic social programs
operating as evidenced by
timely monthly MIS reports

Number of Results Agreements Administrative data                 Service Delivery
signed between national
planning office and sectors

Annual budget of national         National budget information    Service Delivery
strategic social programs         system
% of grievance redressal claims   Administrative data            Social Safety Nets
settled within three months of
application
% of BISP positions that are      Administrative data            Social Safety Nets
filled with qualified staff
according to official
examination system
Employment rate for labor         Tracer studies of ex-          Service Delivery
market program graduates          participants
% of citizens with access to      Household survey               Service Delivery
services by poverty quintile
% of vulnerable groups (e.g       Household survey               Service Delivery
orphans, elderly) using health
and education services

Share of coverage in              Sectoral information systems   Service Delivery
community services by NGOs
and community groups

Citizens reports of quality of    Participatory M & E            Service Delivery
basic services delivered by       instruments or household
local government                  surveys
Citizen knowledgeable about       Participatory M & E            Service Delivery
basic services (availability,     instruments
eligibility, transparency)

Decrees published relating to     Administrative data            Service Delivery
social program operations

% of priority social program      Program or sectoral            Service Delivery
expenditures on administrative    information systems
overhead
% of labor intensity of public    Social fund MIS                Social Funds
works sub-projects
# of communities benefitting      Social fund MIS                Social Funds
from public works sub-projects
% of facilities adequately  Facility surveys                        Social Funds
maintained by the community

% of health centers staffed to  Facility surveys or health          Social Funds
sectoral norms                  information system if
                                functioning
Availability of basic medicines Facility surveys                    Social Funds
in supported health centers

# of desks, books and other        Facility surveys                 Social Funds
inputs per student
Quality rating of local            Facility surveys, technical audit Social Funds
infrastructure (schools, health
centers, water systems, roads
etc.)
# of facilities with local         Facility surveys, social fund    Social Funds
community management               MIS
committees established
Average unit costs of              Social fund MIS                  Social Funds
infrastructure (compared to
other programs)
Local contributions as a share     Social fund MIS                  Social Funds
of total social fund
investments
% of beneficiaries of grants for   Household survey                 Social Safety Nets
productive projects engaged in
activities generating income at
least equal to AR$150/mo
after 18 months of operation

% of children under 3 with         Household survey including       Social Safety Nets
anemia in 165 high risk            blood samples
municipalities

Development Policy Lending
Sample KPIs                        Data Collection Instruments      SP thematic area
Increase in primary completion Household surveys or sectoral Service Delivery
rate                           information systems

Reduction in child underweight Household survey (with               Service Delivery
rate                           anthropometric module) or
                               health information system
HIV/AIDS prevalence rate       Health surveillance system           Service Delivery
DTP 3 vaccination rate of          Sectoral information systems     Service Delivery
children below 1 year
Number of textbooks per            Sectoral information systems     Service Delivery
primary school student
Increase DPT, Triple Viral, and    Sectoral information systems,    Labor markets
polio vaccination of the           Health surveillance system
population age 0-5 resulting in
3.6 million new children
vaccinated.
Increase basic and secondary      Household surveys , Sectoral   Labor markets
school enrollment rates by        information systems
creating 1.4 million new
spaces, in addition to the
existing 7.8 million spaces.

Number of workers that          Specific assessment and          Labor markets
receive severance pay (job loss surveys
compensation)
Number of workers receiving Project MIS                          Labor markets
labor redeployment services.

An increase in the employment National surveys (eurostat)        Labor markets
rate of younger workers to at
least 23 percent (age 15-24)

An increase in the activity rate National surveys (eurostat)     Labor markets
of older workers to at least 45
percent (age 55-64)

Education test scores             Sectoral information system    Service Delivery

Increased access to services       Sectoral data crossed with    Service Delivery
(e.g. institutional births, school poverty mapping information
enrollment etc.) in poorest
geographical areas

Improved women's                  Household survey or            Service Delivery
understanding of their right to   participatory M & E
an institutional birth and the    instruments
standards for a good-quality
birth
Share of local government         Local government budget        Service Delivery
budgets spent of social           information (systematized or
services                          via sample surveys where
                                  systems lacking)
Share of qualified health staff   Sectoral information system    Service Delivery
in rural areas
% of non wage executed          Sectoral budget information      Service Delivery
budget                          system
% of communities applying       Community surveys                Social Funds
acquired skills in activities
beyond social fund project (use
of community management
committee, social audits etc.)

% of births in rural targeted Household survey including         Social Safety Nets
communities in accredited     demographic information
facilities
% of married women aged 15- DHS type survey                      Social Safety Nets
49 using modern
contraceptives
% of households in the           Administrative data,           Social Safety Nets
targeting database whose         technical/operational audits
poverty status is verified
through home visits at least
once every three years

Emergency Recovery Lending
Sample KPIs                      Data Collection Instruments    SP thematic area
% of sub-projects operational Facility surveys                  Social Funds
and maintained one year after
completion

Number of communities            Social Fund MIS                Social Funds
benefiting from at least one
sub-project
# of classrooms/health centers   Social Fund MIS                Social Funds
constructed
Increased number of poor         Household surveys              Social Funds
people with access to social
services.
# of local executing agencies    Community surveys              Social Funds
with improved capacity for
planning and implementing
community development
projects
At least 90% of sub-projects     Household surveys,             Social Funds
undertaken reflect the           participatory M & E
priorities of targeted           instruments
communities and beneficiaries

# of capacity-building events    Social fund MIS                Social Funds
carried out for beneficiary
CBOs each year
% of communities benefiting      Social fund MIS                Social Funds
from social mobilization

% of public works assessed to    Technical audits               Social Safety Nets
be satisfactory (using PW
Review performance criteria -
eligibility, appropriateness,
effectiveness, quality and
sustainability)

% of classrooms replaced in 40 Administrative data              Social Safety Nets
schools damaged by the
Tsunami
% of kilometers of rural roads Administrative data              Social Safety Nets
rehabilitated
Percentage of farmers who      Administrative data              Social Safety Nets
have been affected by the
Tsunami receiving
compensation grants.
Percentage of civil registry  Administrative data,           Social Safety Nets
offices which have their      technical/operational audits
records updated, modernized
and operational, as evidenced
by the establishment of a new
computerized system
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