The TA will strengthen Government's capacity for results-based monitoring of the implementation of the NPRS-II. The main TA outcome will be an established oblast-level M&E system, integrated with the national NPRS-II monitoring system, with clearly defined roles, responsibilities, and relationships among the stakeholders . The main outputs of the TA will be: (i) approved and operative oblast-specific results-focused M&E indicators, methodology, and a participatory framework for all stakeholders integrated into the national M&E system, (ii) established and operational oblast-level monitoring centers, and (iii) government officials familiar with MfDR and M&E approaches and their application in planning, implementing, and monitoring development strategies.
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