Assessing Peace Corps Senegal’s Monitoring and Evaluation Process

From the barren Sahel desert of northern Senegal to the lush forests of Kedougou in the south, about 250 Peace Corps Volunteers (PCVs) are integrating into villages and working on health, economic, and agricultural development projects. One of the largest branches globally, Peace Corps Senegal is a model program in Africa. Throughout the past year, Peace Corps Senegal has been carrying the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) torch for Peace Corps by revising and strengthening their M&E practices. I am a Crook Fellow interning with Peace Corps Senegal this summer and my primary task is to evaluate their evaluation process....

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