Thank you Eriasafu for this relevant topic. To develop an inclusive MEAL system, the chances are very good chance in starting with developing an all-inclusive theory of change and capturing the baseline of all-inclusivity issues. This then ensures inclusivity in creating the log frames and work plans and eventually trickles down to indicators that include both qualitative and quantitative; inclusive interventions conducted; collecting data that is disaggregated; Data collected by applying diverse methods of qualitative and quantitative methods and reporting. And also inclusivity in getting feedback from the beneficiaries.
The project/program team may fail to understand what is meant by inclusivity if the implementation starts at a later stage.