Humanitarian Response Monitoring Guidance
Monitoring of humanitarian aid delivered to affected populations has existed for some time. Humanitarian actors, when implementing projects, establish systems and procedures that measure what is implemented and delivered, the results achieved and the quality. However, monitoring the collective results of a large-scale, multi-agency intervention is less standardized. In the past years, efforts to address response monitoring at this larger scale have gained momentum and
several initiatives have been undertaken. The present guidance is a result of that, setting basic principles for monitoring the collective response in humanitarian crises.