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Tempus Projects Monitoring

The Tempus Unit at EACEA has established a field monitoring strategy targeting Tempus IV projects. The aim of the strategy is to increase the number of field monitoring visits and to make them more effective, so that projects receive better advice and support on the ground.

The Tempus programme uses three standard forms of monitoring:

1) Desk monitoring by project officers in EACEA in Brussels, by reading project reports and corresponding with beneficiaries on a daily basis

2) Field monitoring by National Tempus Offices and EACEA staff to visit the project in-country. There are three types of field monitoring, each with different aims; 

Preventive field monitoring takes place at the early stages of the project. It aims to provide information on the rules and procedures and reviews objectives, priorities, methodology and activities planned.

Advisory field monitoring usually takes place mid-way through the project and aims to make useful recommendations on both the content and the financial aspects of the project.

Control field monitoring usually takes place after the end of the project and aims to make an assessment of the project's impact and the sustainability of results.

3) External Results - Oriented-Monitoring (ROM)

ROM monitors are external field monitors contracted by DG Development and Co-operation (DEVCO), to monitor Tempus projects on their behalf. They schedule visits in coordination with EACEA.

Please find more about Monitoring at the eacea website:

You can also see the List of sample questions for discussion during the monitoring visit , and the Monitoring Visit Provisional Programme .

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