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Monitoring and evaluation of market-based programmes is essential to assess the impact of humanitarian interventions on the lives of people affected by disaster or crises. It enables organizations to track progress, discover unplanned effects of programmes and adjust accordingly. This briefing in the WASH and Markets in Crisis series proposes a framework of indicators to monitor and evaluate programme delivery, taking into account criteria related to the access to and quality of WASH commodities, efficiency of delivery, and benefits for market actors.

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10.21201/2018.2586

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978-1-78748-258-6

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