SIRDEP Releases its 2011 Half Yearly Key Indicators of Impact Report

As part of improving its Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) and communications systems, SIRDEP will be submitting its 2011 Half Yearly Report to the Board of Directors this week.  The report is nearly 60 pages and provides the Board with:

-Key indicators of impact

-Analysis and recommendations for the remainder of 2011

-Narrative reports for each of the 4 components

-Extent of realization matrices for each component, aligned with the 2011 Operational Plan

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-Proposed activities and a budget for the remainder of 2011

SIRDEP is pleased to share a portion of that report which highlights key indicators of impact over the past 6 months. Simply click on the report cover to the right.    We look forward to building on these successes and improving our impact in the field.  Please direct any questions or comments to  Or simply leave a comment in the below field. 

-the SIRDEP team


The Society for Initiatives in Rural Development and Environmental Protection (SIRDEP) is non-governmental, not-for-profit making organization in Cameroon head quartered in Bamenda. SIRDEP has a multi-disciplinary team of experienced agronomists, agro-economists, livestock technicians, rural engineers, and natural resource management experts who work together to foster positive, sustainable development. SIRDEP was founded in 1992 and is one of the oldest indigenous NGOs in the North West Region of Cameroon.

2 Responses to SIRDEP Releases its 2011 Half Yearly Key Indicators of Impact Report

  1. Mbah Grace says:

    It is great to get regular feedback on SIRDEP’s Work.

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