Exigo provides M&E services for humanitarian and development practitioners, to inform their programming throughout their design, implementation and closing phases by offering services such as baseline and needs assessments, third-party monitoring, mid-term and final evaluations. We collect empirical evidence through a participatory mixed-method approach, by directly engaging community members, beneficiaries and informed individuals, such as civil society representatives, local decision-makers, and private sector businesses in the communities where humanitarian and development projects are implemented.

Our network of well-trained and experienced field researchers and monitors collect information by applying a range of data collection methodologies, such as community/beneficiary surveys, focus group discussions, semi-structured key informant interviews and community mapping exercises.