Performance Indicator Overview
What is a performance indicator?
It is something that can be used to measure whether progress is being made against an anticipated output or outcome.
Ideally, a performance indicator is measurable in a practical way.
Performance measurement is ongoing - it is important to be able to report on results at various periods during the course of a program.
Why identify performance indicators?
It can help OAS Member States to measure actual results as compared to the anticipated results that are specified in the logic model.
Individual programs and services may require more detailed indicators specific to their particular intervention.