Monitoring and evaluation is perhaps one of the least prioritized areas in development context of Nepal in terms of appropriate system development and its effective implementation. This study analyzes the existing information flow and information management in six sample districts and assesses the quality, collection efficiency and the information used in planning for the basic purpose of poverty reduction. It also analyzes the capability of the DDCs and DLAs in data generation and analysis for planning and monitoring purposes with basic focus on poverty monitoring. The study presents a Model Framework for DPMAS with variants, including the institutional framework, input/output monitoring of poverty reduction policies and activities, key poverty outcome and impact indicators and recommends the necessary Management Information System (MIS). It also contains an implementation strategy for the DPMAS.
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