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Outcome Mapping evaluation of six civil society projects in Bosnia and Herzegovin


Bosnia and Herzegovina, Europe and Central Asia  Show on interactive map

Active from:

Jan 2007 to Dec 2007

Implementing organisation(s):

proMENTE social research



Contact persons:

Steve Powell


proMENTE social research


In Bosnia and Herzegovina, government at state level is barely functional. Ideally, civil society organisations would help to fill the gap, but they are not well developed, as is often the case in transition societies. Thus, support to civil society is an important strategy for indirectly improving governance. But this support is as much about helping individuals, networks and relationships to develop as it is about reaching higher-level goals such as legislative change. Traditional evaluation tools such as LFA often prove too abstract and inflexible in this kind of context. Outcome Mapping provides a very promising alternative.
This project involved the assessment of Outcome Mapping as a tool for evaluating and monitoring support to civil society organisations in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The study is based on a pilot application of OM, commissioned by Sida, with involved six civil society organisations which were funded through three Swedish intermediaries.

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