The CIDP Review is a highly participatory stakeholder review that happens during political leadership transition between county administrations before or after elections. It forms an important part of the successor/forthcoming CIDP, and typically assesses results achieved against original or revised targets by sector, program and/or project. This assessment is documented in both financial (spending, investments) and non-financial progress (service delivery outputs and outcomes, project completion outputs) terms with successes, challenges and lessons feeding into the successor CIDP.
Upstream: CIDP, ADPs, Annual Reports
Downstream: Lessons/Knowledge Base, Inputs to Forthcoming CIDP