Performance Indicators and Risks & Assumptions

Performance Indicators

A Performance Indicator is a measure of the result. It gives a sense of what has been or is to be achieved. For example, the number of households keeping their surroundings clean and hygienic or the number of women participating in training programs. There are two types of indicators, namely, “Process Indicators” and “Results Indicators.”

Process indicators define the indicators for a process or an activity like „number of women participating in the training on gender development,” and Results Indicators refer to the hands that indicate the result achieved from implementing the activity like “number of women aware of gender rights.”

An indicator is a measure of the result.

It gives a sense of what has been or what is to be achieved

Example: “the number of households keeping their surroundings clean and hygienic or the number of women participating in training programs.”

 

Risks & Assumptions

Risks and Assumptions are part of the concept based on the principle that we have less and less control of the project results as we go down and down implementing the project.

For example, „Government policies/ officials are supportive of the project activities ‟or ongoing peace and stability may get hampered by sporadic violence.

These are part of the concept based on the principle that we have less and less control of the project results as we go down and down implementing the project

Example: “Government policies/officials are supportive of the project activities and

ongoing peace and stability may get hampered by sporadic violence.”