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Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Toolkit


1
Monitoring and Evaluation Toolkit
  • Randeep Sudan
  • Global ICT Department
  • The World Bank

2
Digital Divide
  • The digital divide is not about lack of
    opportunity, it is about lack of
    imagination. Prof.C.K.Prahlad

3
Challenges, Opportunities, Lessons
  • Challenges
  • Mindsets/Infrastructure/Skilled manpower/Funding
  • Opportunities
  • New technologies (IP networks)/Open source
  • Lessons
  • Leadership and Participatory approach
  • Government Organization for IT (GO 4 IT)
  • Interoperability/Information Security
  • Monitoring and Evaluation

4
Imagine there's no heaven
John Lennon (Imagine)
5
No Common Reference Framework
  • WSIS 2003 commitment to develop national
    e-strategies by 2005
  • Without a common reference framework
  • Difficult to evaluate impact/achievements
  • Repetition of past errors

6
Its easy if you try
7
Monitoring and Evaluation Framework
Why
What
How
Resources
Assumptions and Risks
8
No hell below us
9
Avoiding Ambiguity
  • Policy goals/Impact indicators
  • GDP, employment, productivity growth
  • Time horizons and causality
  • Strategic Priorities/Outcome indicators
  • ICT infrastructure, FDI, ICT professionals
  • Key Initiatives/Output indicators
  • Improvements in quantity and quality of ICT
    skills
  • Better bang for the buck
  • Actions/Interim deliverables indicators
  • Shorter time frames, easier quantification

10
Above us only sky
11
Assumptions and Risks
  • Little control over the political, economic and
    social environment
  • IPR regime legislative function but impacts
    investments

12
Imagine all the people
13
The Institutional and Strategic Context
  • Clear definition of roles, responsibilities and
    financing options key for success of e-strategy
  • ME function
  • Ownership with decision making/implementing
    agencies
  • Agencies/Teams having access to data
  • Leveraging capacity of National Statistical
    Offices
  • Legitimacy from the highest level of government

14
Living for today
15
Fighting Poverty
  • ICT for development, needs to be asserted
  • e-Strategy should gel with d-Strategy
  • Satellite imagery for extending irrigation
    impact on poverty
  • Need to think beyond traditional measures of
    teledensity, PC penetration, information flows

16
Imagine theres no countries
17
E-Readiness
  • Many cross country e-readiness frameworks
  • International comparisons important for selecting
    priorities and setting up targets
  • Access and usage more important than ownership
  • STD booths
  • Electronic kiosks

18
It isnt hard to do
19
Millennium Development Goals
  • ICT can improve efficiency in achieving MDGs
  • ICTs relevant to each MDG
  • Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
  • Achieve universal primary education
  • Promote gender equality and empower women
  • Reduce child mortality
  • Improve maternal health
  • Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases
  • Ensure environmental sustainability
  • Develop a global partnership for development

20
Nothing to kill or die for
21
Competition and Better ICT infrastructure
  • Licensing of private providers
  • Privatization of state owned assets
  • Only 15 of low income countries have privatized
    their fixed local loop markets
  • Establishment of a regulatory framework
  • Developing universal access
  • Public subsidy to private investment ratio
  • Cost of telephony/internet to citizens

22
No religion too
23
ICT a Truly Global Industry
  • New opportunities in ICT goods, consulting
    services and ICT enabled services
  • Strategies
  • Business Regulation
  • Access to Capital
  • Business Incubation
  • SME development

24
Imagine all the people
25
Human Resources Vital For ICT Growth
  • Availability of skilled workers and high
    bandwidth infrastructure key to growth of ICT
  • Integrating education with industry

26
Living life in peace
27
E-Government
  • Four phases
  • Publish
  • Interact
  • Transact
  • Transform
  • e-Learning
  • e-Health

28
Imagine no possessions
29
E-Business From Control to Facilitation
  • ICT regulation
  • Singapores Tradenet
  • Paperless trading
  • Pan Asian e-Commerce Alliance

30
I wonder if you can
31
Indicators and Evaluation
  • Indicators
  • Soft reflect qualitative values
  • Hard reflect concrete, quantitative
    measurements
  • Binary Yes/No type of answers
  • Measurement
  • Each indicator should be measurable in terms of
    quantity, quality and time
  • Leading and proxy indicators
  • Evaluation
  • Targets and benchmarks

32
No need for greed or hunger
33
Information Overload
  • Need to be practical in terms of collecting data
  • Information overload not desirable
  • Implementation should be the priority
  • Collection of data only to assist better
    performance
  • Paralysis through analysis syndrome

34
A brotherhood of man
35
Coordination
  • Important to have one designated agency to
    coordinate information
  • Designated agency should acquire information from
    different sources and consolidate
  • Infocomm Development Agency - Singapore

36
Imagine all the people
37
Sensitization
  • Sensitization/training important as many people
    involved in providing data for ME
  • Web based approaches could be tried

38
Sharing all the world
39
Four Public Indices
  • The World Bank Institutes Knowledge Assessment
    Methodology and the Knowledge Economy Index
  • Global Information Technology Reports Networked
    Readiness Index
  • Orbicoms Index of countries Infostates
  • ITUs Digital Access Index

40
In Conclusion
  • You may say Im a dreamer,But Im not the only
    one,I hope some day you'll join us,And the
    world will live as one.

41
Thank YouContact rsudan_at_worldbank.org
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