“German-Mongolian Institute for Resources and Technology” is a state run university established in cooperation with the Mongolian and German governments for academic study and research in the mineral resources sector. GMIT is responding to the need for highly qualified engineers by providing international quality courses that combine theoretical state of the arts courses with practical training.
GIZ offers demand-driven, tailor-made and effective services for sustainable development. Effectiveness for sustainable development is one of the key yardsticks of quality in GIZ’s work. Managing for results is the cornerstone of all GIZ projects. This means that any project needs a results-based monitoring (RBM) system to provide information on its effectiveness at any time, and supply proof of its results. The results of this survey will be used to compliment the Project internal monitoring and will help to further improve the Project activities.
The goal of assessment is to assess success and impacts of the project “German-Mongolian Institute for Resources and Technology” in line with the standards and approach of the KOMPASS of the GIZ, which is part of GIZ’s result-based monitoring system. At the same time, the assessment team collected opinions and perceptions - of different project stakeholders - about the main results and effectiveness of the GMIT project through a qualitative approach. Additionally, hypothesis written in the result-based monitoring (RBM) methodology of the project are tested. Also, one of the main priorities of the assessment survey is identifying unintended outcomes of the project.
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