Spirit’s TPM is mainly used to provide an independent perspective on project or government performance
Third party monitoring (TPM) is monitoring by parties that are external to the project or program’s direct beneficiary chain or management structure to assess whether intended outputs, outcomes, and impacts have been achieved by the project. Spirit’s TPM is mainly used to provide an independent perspective on project or government performance. It can also be conducted by CSOs, think tanks, academic institutions, media, or private firms. When we provide TPM, we usually involve project beneficiaries at a minimum, and solicit their views in order to gather evidence and triangulate information. Yet, the findings and conclusions of third parties may not be fully aligned with the views and desires of project beneficiaries or communities, because they are ultimately meant to be the independent judgment of our organization while conducting the monitoring.
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