This chapter discussed M&E from the perspective of developing nations with the focus on Kenya and South Africa. The practice of M&E in both economies was shown to be well instituted and implemented in the public sectors of the economy. This chapter also presented an overview of the construction industry in these countries. M&E regulatory policies guiding the implementation of M&E and the major setbacks facing the implementation of M&E in the countries were discussed. Finally, findings and lessons learnt were also espoused. The next chapter will focus on the review of the Ghanaian construction industry and the practice of M&E.
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