Participatory monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) allows for providing local context, results relevant to stakeholders, and information to refine program implementation. Stakeholder engagement can occur at different implementation and evaluation steps such as developing data collection tools, refining program implementation, and interpreting findings. A few examples of engaging stakeholders in data collection instrument design, include working with stakeholders on survey design in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador and calibrating reading assessments to match the country context. Examples of engaging stakeholders during project implementation, include refining a project’s theory of change between project phases in Burkina Faso, and convening standing committees in Uganda. Lastly, presenting initial performance evaluation findings to key stakeholders after fieldwork provides an opportunity for feedback reflecting local voices.