In partnership with the BAI (Bureau d’Analyse et d’Investigation) of the Presidency of the Republic of Bénin and the UNICEF Bénin, SPRI Global has begun a reference study on ARCH’s performance indicators.
As a first step, SPRI Global analyzed the process of development of the project. Since the ARCH scheme relies on an identification of poor and extreme poor population categories, the targeting process is a core focus, as is pinpointing various risks and potential tensions that must be taken into account in the implementation of the project.
ARCH, the Programme d’Assurance pour le Renforcement du Capital Humain, consists of four interventions (health insurance, micro-credit, training and retirement insurance) to be delivered to targeted sub-groups of the population over the next years. As part of this project, SPRI Global is paving the way for future Monitoring and Evaluation exercises by: deriving a theory of change for each of the interventions and for the whole program; creating a list of performance and result indicators; recommending the best ways to inform the indicators previously selected (advisingon data collection).