Process Monitoring

The project team used a process monitoring methodology to try to capture the changes that were taking place among stakeholders and to improve our understanding of what hinders or enables change. It also supported internal learning within the Learning Alliance.

Process monitoring starts by defining a monitoring framework, which includes the processes to be monitored, indicators and data collection methods. The full process monitoring methodology, how it worked and what was found will be published soon but as part of the process several change stories were written. These provide some interesting case studies and some lessons for this and other projects about what worked, who benefited and how stakeholders felt about the project.


Change Stories

The change stories in Rajshahi, Bangladesh were compiled by Sharfun Ara.

Changes Involving Government institutions in WASPA Bangladesh (PDF 406KB)

Changes Involving Farmers (PDF 851KB)

Changes Involving the Department of Agriculture Extension (PDF 393KB)

Understanding the situation in Rajshahi, Bangladesh (PDF 393KB)










Changes Involving Polluters (PDF 342KB)

Understanding the Learning Alliance Process in Bangladesh (PDF 511KB)









The change stories in Kurunegala, Sri Lanka were compiled by Ranmini Udukumbure:

Changes Involving Kurunegala Municipal Council (PDF 337KB)

Changes Involving Industrial Polluters (PDF 275KB)

Changes Involving Women in Solid Waste Management (PDF 532KB)

Changes Involving Hygiene and Sanitation (PDF 367KB)










Changes Involving Farmers (PDF 384KB)

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