Indicators Sample Clauses

Indicators. Debt to Asset Ratio (10%) •Cash Flow (10%) •Total Margin (25%) Risk Assessment Results
Indicators. The M&E Plan will measure the results of the Program using quantifiable, objective and reliable data (“Indicators”). Each indicator will have benchmarks that specify the expected value and the expected time by which that result will be achieved (“Target”). The M&E Plan will be based on a logical framework approach that classifies indicators as goal, outcome, output, and process. The Compact Goal indicators (“Goal Indicators”) will indirectly measure the economic growth and poverty reduction goal for each Project. Second, Outcome Indicators (“Outcome Indicators”) will measure the intermediate results of the Project Activities. Output Indicators (“Output Indicators”) will directly measure Project Activities, and finally Process Indicators (“Process Indicators”) will measure progress toward the completion of Project Activities. For Outcome Indicators and Goal Indicators, the M&E Plan will define a strategy for obtaining and verifying the value of the baselines values, as necessary. All indicators will be disaggregated by gender, ethnic group and other beneficiary types to the extent practical. Subject to prior written approval from MCC, MCA-Georgia may add indicators or refine the definitions, baselines and Targets of existing indicators.
Indicators. The M&E Plan will measure the results of the Program using quantitative, objective and reliable data (“Indicators”). Each Indicator will have benchmarks that specify the expected value and the expected time by which that result will be achieved (“Target”). The M&E Plan will be prepared in accordance with the MCC Policy for Monitoring and Evaluation of Compacts and Threshold Programs. All Indicators will be disaggregated by gender, income level and age, and beneficiary types to the extent practicable. Subject to prior written approval from MCC, MCA-Philippines may add Indicators or refine the definitions and Targets of existing Indicators.
Indicators. The evaluation procedure assesses the support person’s competency to:
Indicators. The evaluator may assess the support person's competency to:
Indicators. (1) The progress, efficiency and effectiveness of the IPARD II programme in relation to its objectives shall be measured by means of indicators relating to the baseline situation as well as progress with regard to financial execution.
Indicators. The M&E Plan shall measure the impacts of the Program using objective and reliable information (“Indicators”). Each Indicator shall have one or more expected values that specify the expected results and time for the impacts to be achieved (“Target”). The M&E Plan shall measure and report on Indicators at four levels. First, the Indicators at the Compact Goal level (“Goal Indicator”) shall measure the impact of the overall Program and each Project. Second, the Indicators at the Project Objectives level (“Objective Indicator”) shall measure the final results of each of the Projects, including impacts on the intended beneficiaries identified in Annex I (collectively, the “Beneficiaries”). Third, Indicators at the intermediate level (“Outcome Indicator”) shall measure the results achieved under each of the Project Activities and will provide an early measure of the likely impact under each of the Projects. A fourth level of Indicators (“Output Indicator”) shall be included in the M&E Plan to measure the direct outputs of Project Activities. Indicators shall be disaggregated by sex, income level and age, to the extent practicable. Subject to prior written approval from MCC, MCA- Mongolia may add Indicators or modify the Targets of existing Indicators. Goal Indicators Indicator Baseline Year 5 Target Year 10 Target Increase in GDP due to Program2 US$3.19 billion US$4.63 billion US$5.97 billion Poverty Headcount3 19.1% 18.4% 17.5% 2 Measured by total annual GDP. Units are 2007 USD converted at market rate.
Indicators supporting measures that provide greater understanding of, and insight into, how all governments are tracking against the outcomes and targets. Indicators are divided into either drivers or contextual information. Drivers measure those factors that significantly impact the progress made against a target, while contextual information provides insight into the experiences of Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander people under each outcome.
Indicators. Contextual information For Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander women and children: • Rates of Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Strait Islander child protection substantiations related to family violence • Rates of Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander children entering out-of-home care and receiving protection orders, where family violence is indicated • Rates of victims of family and domestic violence recorded by police (NSW, QLD, SA & NT) • Rates of victims of sexual assault by victim-offender relationship • Rates of self-reported physical violence by relationship to perpetrator (15 years old +) • Hospitalisation rates for family and domestic violence related to assaults for women and children; by relationship to perpetrator • Homicide victim rates, by victim-offender relationship • Proportion seeking assistance from Specialist Homelessness Services for reasons of domestic/family violence • Proportion of Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander women who consider that violence is a problem in their community Disaggregation: • Geographic area (jurisdiction, remoteness, other geographic categories available) • Socio-economic status of the locality • Age Data Development Explore options to measure and report: • rates of access to support services, including mainstream family violence services and Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Strait Islander specific services, such as Family Violence Prevention Legal Services (FVPLS) and Family Advocacy and Support Services (FASS) • rates of Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander families’ engagement with the family law system • rates of access to family support and intensive family support services • consistency in identification, capturing and counting procedures between different data sets and jurisdictions: o improved capture of cause of injury in national emergency department datalong term pathways, impacts and outcomes for victims, perpetrators and their children • rates of self-reported family and domestic violence and abuse including coercive control, physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, financial abuse and technological abuse • rates of family and domestic violence and abuse among Indigenous women and children - including coercive control, physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, financial abuse and technological abuse • perpetrators of violence against Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Strait Islander women and children by Indigenous status • the prevalence of child maltreatment of Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander children...
Indicators a. Assess service in terms of student response to techniques, activities and materials used.