Projects Monitoring 

PROJECT MONITORING


Monitoring visit to Erasmus+ projects 

The National Erasmus + Office in Libya conducting several field monitoring visit to the Erasmus + projects in the universities partners. The purpose of the visit is to learn about the activities realised and products developed so far, as well as to observe if the project has encountered any problems in operational and/or financial implementation that can be discussed and solved.

Erasmus+ Projects in Libya is aimed in improving academic capacity of the Universities. The project working group presented reports on the activities carried out under the project, as well as plans for the next year. Upon completion of the monitoring, preliminary monitoring opinion and recommendations for improving the implementation of the project will be given by the NEO coordinator. 

TYPES OF CBHE PROJECT MONITORING

1


Preventive monitoring

takes place during the first half of the eligibility period:
Provide support to the project in its early phase
Contribute to its local/national visibility
Provide recommendations to the projects in order to prevent potential future difficulties and obstacles linked to the project's implementation;
Inform on the rules and procedures, review of the objectives, priorities, methodology and activities planned;

2


Advisory monitoring

is conducted during the second half of the eligibility period:
Evaluate the project management strategy and the degree of its implementation;
Provide recommendations and advice to accompany the implementation of the project
Check on both the content and the financial aspects, based in particular on the content of the interim report and the facts observed on the spot.

3


Impact monitoring

is conducted after the end of the eligibility period:
Assess the actual sustainability and impact of the project at all levels (individual, institutional, local and national);
Find evidence on principal factors that may have affected or contributed to the sustainability of the project results (during and/or after the funding period);
Find evidence of and further encourage the exploitation of project results for the benefit of individuals, institution or national authorities;
Identify best practices in terms of project sustainability, impact and exploitation of results. 
The Monitoring Forms for each type of Monitoring visit are:

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 Different Types of Monitoring Activities 

In accordance with the reinforced focus of the Commission to strengthen the impact monitoring of projects and to operate on a risk-assessment basis, three types of monitoring activities can be distinguished namely at project level, at institutional level and at the level of the action: 

Monitoring of individual projects: Individual monitoring mission to one single project in order to evaluate its progress and achievements.

Monitoring of Higher Education Institutions: One institution involved in a significant number of Tempus IV or CBHE projects in a Partner or a Programme Country is visited in order to assess the institution’s project management mechanisms and, for institutions located in Partner Countries, to analyse the projects’ achievements and sustainable impact on the institution and its stakeholders (students, staff, local community, etc.).

Monitoring of the action: Monitoring is carried out in order to evaluate the Action/Programme impact. This type of monitoring is implemented through joint meetings of projects (cluster meetings) grouped on thematic or geographic grounds. It aims at verifying the impact of the Action/Programme in a specific country, region and/or field of activity.
The three different types of monitoring will enable to assess:
(a) the progress and achievements of the projects,
(b) the short and long-term effects of the project results on the institutions involved and;
(c) the impact of the projects/action on the countries’ educational systems.

Reinforcing the monitoring of the action’s impact and of the projects’ sustainability will also strengthen the relations between programme implementation and policy making.

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Address

Ministry of Education
National Authority for Natural Scienecs Research and Technology 
City, Tripoli 
Annaser Street

Contacts

Email: neo@erasmusplus.ly 
Phone: +218.92.134.5566 
WhatsApp: +218.92.134.5566

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