The EU renews and increases its faith in Eptisa to monitor its projects in Latin America, Cuba, Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific

This new contract will extend the services until 2014 Eptisa

March 07 2011

With the aim of improving the quality of its co-operation projects and programmes, the European Union established the Results-Orientated Monitoring (ROM) system as a tool for providing appropriate and independent information with an adequate focus on implementing projects.

By following a standardised and homogenous methodology for every kind of intervention, the monitoring system is focussed on giving feedback on results through reports that provide a global vision of the implemented operations and the progress made. It provides cost and time-efficient contributions and recommendations geared towards the management of the project, while at the same time giving the European Commission an overall vision of the quality of the implementation its projects.

Its inclusive and participatory nature makes it an early warning system, working constructively to highlight both the strong and weak points of the projects in order to improve them through specific recommendations that contribute to their success.

This year, in 2011, the European Union has renewed and increased its faith in Eptisa. As a leader of two consortiums, it continues to work in the management of monitoring systems, expanding in the Latin American, Caribbean and Pacific regions as well as monitoring projects in Africa. These services involve carrying out over 800 monitoring reports a year on the different regions it covers, with around 65 missions to different countries undertaken by a team of over 100 experts in the monitoring system.


 
 The EU renews and increases its faith in Eptisa to monitor its projects in Latin America, Cuba, Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific