Five benefits of a PMEAL approach in humanitarian projects

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Jun 20, 2024
May 30, 2024

Silvina Gonzalez Soler, PMEAL adviser for the SeeChange/MSF CommunityFirst TIC project, explains the benefits of applying a participatory planning, monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning process (PMEAL) when working with communities in humanitarian projects.

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