PAC Nepal’s M&E and reporting system that is in practice consists of two kinds. The first is of the organization, and the latter is that of the partner’s requirement depending on the project document and implementation strategies agreed upon. 

Generally, PAC Nepal has formed a five-member monitoring and evaluation team comprising executive committee members. The committee meets the project management team and visits the field on quarterly basis, and prepares the monitoring reports. Besides, the executive director and project manager conduct continuous monitoring of each activity on a regular basis, from the planning stage to the completion stage. In addition, the organization conducts a review and reflection workshop with the project team on quarterly basis, wherein the project team presents the progress of the activities along with the challenges and learning. This is a collaborative learning opportunity for both the project team and the executive committee. In conclusion, PAC’s M&E is based on result-based monitoring practice. 

PAC Nepal also conducts external monitoring and evaluation of the project, hiring an expert consultant on the relevant issues. At same time, the organization invites relevant government authorities and stakeholders for monitoring of its activities on a regular basis. Once the project is completed, the organization also conducts a research and impact evaluation. 

On the reporting system, PAC Nepal’s regular periodic report consists of monthly and quarterly reports. The monthly and quarterly reports are compiled to produce half-annual and annual reports. At the end of the project, the organization prepares the final report. In addition, PAC Nepal follows the reporting system as mentioned and agreed in the project document.