Quality assurance



Quality assurance, risk and vulnerability management, internal assessment.



The objective of this work package, set up at the beginning of the project, is to ensure continuous quality control and monitoring through an alert system based on the control of project risks and vulnerabilities.

This system is intended to ensure that the results of each batch and the project as a whole are achieved, that the quality of the deliverables is high and that the expectations of the project are respected.

To do this, the WP will be led by P 16 who will rely on the analysis of the project risks and the means of control identified (Part E.2 of the form). He will develop a monitoring methodology and a dashboard of indicators.

His role will be:

  • To verify that all the means of control planned to minimize the risks of the project are effective;
  • To report at any time to the CoWoP any situational risks that would threaten the achievement of the project's objectives in order to ensure that the project is carried out.

The CIP team leader is designated as the quality referent and ensures the proper implementation of the process in his or her facility in a cross-functional manner (measurement of indicators, transmission of measured data, etc.) and acts as a link at the time of implementation.

The establishment of an External Scientific Committee (ESC) composed of international experts in higher education and research will ensure the scientific integrity of the project.



  1. Develop and implement an evaluation methodology and establish a list of baseline indicators

    This will include:

    • Raise awareness and train all partners in the methodology to be implemented;
    • Implement the alert system defined above and adapt it to the specific requirements of the PURSEA project;
    • Define a quality control plan;
    • Determine the list of quality indicators based on the logical framework and input from the field experience of the batch leaders and internal teams mobilized;
    • Design the data collection tools (self-evaluation and evaluation grids) with respect to the expected deliverables.

  2. Carry out the internal monitoring of the project in collaboration with the team leaders

    The proposed vulnerability management system allows the identification and mapping of project risks and vulnerabilities as well as the follow-up of identified operational action plans.
    This innovative methodology developed and deployed by P6 and P10 will be the backbone of the project quality control. As a remediation tool, it will allow us to set up a shared methodical monitoring of the project's quality control and to share the project's monitoring with all the partners.
    In addition, we will set up a dashboard with key indicators of the project that will allow to know the progress of quantitative and qualitative indicators, reports produced, and deliverables. Information will be made available on the level of progress of the different lots and activities. Particular emphasis will be placed on monitoring indicators in order to test and adjust the development methodology that will be implemented.
    WP 8.3 Carry out external evaluations, intermediate reports and at the end of the project. The intervention of the external experts of the CSE is scheduled for 1 day at 3 different times: during the second CoPil in Ho Chi Minh City (November 2020) during the third CoPil in Phnom Penh (October 2021) and for the closing in Phnom Penh (February 2023). The SSC will produce a report with recommendations and an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the project at the time of its evaluation; this will allow the project to remain in a constructive and evolutionary dynamic.
    A quality monitoring report will be produced at the end of years 1 and 2. They will allow for a progress report and the implementation of macro-regulations under the direct control of the Steering Committee. While micro-regulations will take place throughout the project thanks to the information provided on the collaborative platform.




All partners are involved

Tous les participants