Social Security District Coordination Committees, in coordination with District Development Committees, are in charge of monitoring the programme. The Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development (MOFALD) has already developed a management and information system to collect administrative information on the grant. Moreover, a number of monitoring and evaluation measures are foreseen under the Strengthening Systems for Social Protection and Civil Registration Project, including three rounds of beneficiary surveys, as well as activities supporting citizen engagement and accountability for the country's social security allowances.
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 Rabi, Amjad, Gabriele Koehler, Tomoo Okubo, and Thakur Dhakal. 2015. “Strategies and options for scaling up and enhancing the child grant nationally in Nepal.” UNICEF Nepal Working Paper Series. Kathmandu:  UNICEF. <http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/csocd/2016/Nepalchildgrant-GK.pdf>. Accessed 23 July 2018.
LWF Nepal. 2017. “A report on Participatory Food Security Policy Mapping in Nepal”. Lutheran World Federation Nepal and Right to Food National Network Nepal. <https://nepal.lutheranworld.org/sites/default/files/documents/nepal_participatoryfoodsecuritypolicymapping.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.