WaterAid's common approach to PMER of advocacy

WaterAid believes its programmatic approach is the best way to achieve sustainable change at scale. With advocacy and influencing at the heart of this approach, planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting (PMER) is more important than it has ever been.

With that in mind, WaterAid has produced a document on its common approach to PMER of advocacy, along with four tools to support the implementation of the approach.

These tools have been selected because they recognise and reflect that advocacy and influencing often takes place in a context of uncertainty and frequent or unexpected change.

They are neither binding nor always appropriate for all projects, but are likely to be helpful in fulfilling the common approach.

All documents are available in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.