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Tool Kits | May 3, 2010

GAIN Peacebuilding Indicators

This publication includes eighteen globally-accepted indicators that present many of the necessary components and considerations for holistic M&E for Peacebuilding. It includes a series of indicator templates and a library of indicator resources with information to assist project teams in M&E system design, tool development, and in analysis and interpretation of data. CRS began the Globally-Accepted Indicators (GAIN) initiative in June 2008 to strengthen indicator practice across sectors. The initiative has two main objectives: to improve the quality of indicator selection and use, and to contribute to a more efficient M&E design process.

CONTENTS

  • Indicators for increased equity

  • Indicators for social cohesion

  • Indicators for church action

  • Annex: Illustrative peacebuilding indicators