Elan, DFID’s private-sector development programme in the Democratic Republic of Congo, aims to facilitate private-sector growth through the application of making markets work for the poor (M4P) methodology.
Elan aims to contribute to economic growth and poverty alleviation by creating firms, jobs and raising the incomes of poor people, particularly women and adolescent girls, in the DRC through a variety of sectors among which are coffee, micro-hydro, mobile money, rice, river transport and seed.
Genesis supported the design, development and initial implementation of the monitoring and results management (MRM) system. Specifically, Genesis added inputs that included the development of the MRM framework, manual and intervention results chains.
The major component included the development of the results chains (logic models) and appropriate indicators for the intervention plans and sector strategies, ensuring that they feed into the overall project results framework.