Finding creative ways to make M&E work for busy people.

We take pride in finding creative ways to make M&E work for busy people—believing that better information enables better aid, and ultimately a better world.

Starting in 2003, Aid-IT Solutions has been a pioneer in expanding the role of information communication technology (ICT) to support better M&E. In 2009 we were awarded an Australian Government technology innovation award for eM&E—arguably a world-first customisable internet-enabled M&E information system. We deployed eM&E on projects and programs in Africa, Asia, the Pacific and Australia. We learned a lot about how people in resource-constrained environments interact with technology to inform their decisions. Technology and the internet have come a long way since those early days. We draw on this experience when developing or appraising customised information and knowledge management systems for our clients.

Some of our M&E System Work


The water sector information system (‘SIBS’) that has been adopted by the Government of Timor-Leste).


A review of information systems requirements and system specification for the Seasonal Workers Program, involving DFAT, Department of Employment (DoE), Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP), Australian seasonal worker employers, and Labour Sending Units (LSUs) in partner countries in the Pacific and Timor-Leste.


A management information system (MIS) to support technical, vocational education and training (TVET) in Tonga.


A community development portfolio M&E system covering more than 488 projects implemented by 281 CSOs benefitting an estimated 332,000 people in 60 of the.