Monitoring and Evaluation

Milieukontakt Albania has extensive experience in developing and implementing projects according to result-based management methodology based on the World Bank methodology described in the book: ”Ten steps towards a result based monitoring and evaluation system” (Jody Zall Kusec, Worldbank 2004). The World Bank methodology, developed for country wide programs, is translated to the level of CSO programs and projects. The most recent project, Strengthening Albanian Civil Society for an Improved Environment, was designed in a participatory workshop together with local partners (Ekolevizja, Eden, QKE, PPPNE of Shkodra, Auleda, Ylber, etc). A base line report was prepared as basis for the monitoring and evaluation scheme. Throughout the projects we apply continuous monitoring and evaluation together with partners for improving activities, results and impacts. Very important element for us has been monitoring of substantive development results instead of just monitoring inputs and implementation processes. During the final stage of the projects and final evaluation of this project, ideas for further work are collected, which are integrated into new programs to be developed.


Milieukontakt Albania is experienced in result based programming, making baseline reports, midterm and final external and internal evaluations. Partners are monitored through field visits, quarterly reports and regular contacts with Albanian environmental NGOs. Milieukontakt has a very strict policy on meeting the agreed terms of a proposal. This is not only to please the donor but mainly because we are a broker between the local partners and stakeholders owning the project and the funder, and being trusted by both sides in our professionalism, we feel strongly about accountability.


In the project Governance and Anti-Corruption (GAC) Trust Fund through application of supervision and monitoring Milieukontakt helped in a more proactive participation of key stakeholders (particularly fishermen’s association, communes and municipalities associations, schools and the public at large). Such participation is required as corollary to effective decentralization and improving development effectiveness.




Environmental Day

  • International Day for Preservation of the Ozone Layer - September 16

  • Clean Up the World Weekend - September 17-19

  • Zero Emissions Day - September 21

  • Car Free Day - September 22

  • World Day of Tourism - September 27




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