Moneval Solutions Ltd provide an independent project monitoring and evaluation service to a wide range of organisations that include development agencies, NGOs, corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes and charities*. Our integrated approach brings stakeholders and project participants together in an innovative and professional manner for greater organisational impact with a focus on delivering measurable and sustainable value to the beneficiary and cost savings to the implementing organisations.
We have worked in over 60 countries combined, world wide covering Africa, Asia, Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean as well as the Balkan States, Central Asia and Europe. Our expert monitors have helped numerous donor and delivery organisations by providing an independent and non biased view of a projects health and its potential to delivering ongoing and measureable value. Our findings help organisations make timely interventions that keep projects on track and ensure they deliver the expected value. It also helps donor organisations to strategically allocate funds to high performance development organisations which brings significant value to both the donor and the beneficiary. This is complemented by our web based application which supports the end-to-end management and tracking of user defined performance indicators.
Our external monitoring function in tandem with the application provides considerably more credibility to existing operations and makes the conclusions more robust. Our service supports the principle of results oriented implementation.
We also increasingly respond to monitoring and evaluating humanitarian and emergency situations for INGOs and other agencies.
We also offer services in economic development, policy analysis and formulation, strategy development, studies, programme and project design and formulation with our skill set covering numerous technical areas including rural development, SME Development, agro-industry and agro-business, business planning, institutional strengthening and change, natural resource development (e.g. agriculture, fisheries, livestock, forestry).