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Monitoring and Evaluation for Restoration Projects

Monitoring and evaluation are essential to determine whether restoration projects are implemented correctly and performing as expected so that we achieve the intended benefits. Monitoring and assessing restoration projects also helps to ensure that project and program resources are used efficiently and effectively.

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