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Guide de suivi-évaluation pour le volet plaidoyer du projet Loujna-Tounkaranké 210
Jan Van Ongevalle, Hamadou Tcherno Boulama, Mamadou Konate, Ousmane Diarra, Moustapha Kebe; Aby Sarr, Amadou Mbow, Ibou Badiane, Myriam Tixier

Summary: This guide (in French) illustrates how elements of outcome mapping and outcome harvesting were used to develop and implement a monitoring and evaluation system by a net...

Type: OM Process Documentation

Shared: 14/09/2020

Supporting demand side accountability in Tanzania 44
Simon Hearn, Harry Jones

Summary: The Accountability in Tanzania Programme (AcT) provides core funding to civil society organisations in Tanzania and supports them to strengthen practices and capacities...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 02/04/2020

Strengthening civil-Society in Tanzania - is Outcome Mapping helping the Accountability in Tanzania programme and its partners influence change? 48
Simon Hearn, Kisuma Mapunda

Summary: This report explores the question of whether Outcome Mapping is an effective tool in helping the Accountability in Tanzania (AcT) programme strengthen its partners&rsq...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 02/04/2020

Outcome mapping and research into use: analysing monitoring data for effective strategies 394
Emily Balls, Nisso Nurova

Summary: This article analyses outcome mapping monitoring data to identify which strategies were effective for engaging practitioners and policymakers with research projects in ...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 15/01/2020

Outcome monitoring and learning in large multi-stakeholder research programmes: lessons from PRISE 521
Tiina Pasanen, Kaia Ambrose, Samavia Batool, Lancelot Ehode Soumelong, Robina Abuya, Helen Mountfort, Nathalie Nathe, Lana Frado

Summary: The Pathways to Resilience in Semi-arid Economies (PRISE) programme used Outcome Mapping to capture changes in stakeholders’ behaviour and actions around researc...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 14/12/2018

Learning about impact - Results of a learning trajectory on monitoring and evaluation 287
Jan Van Ongevalle, Janssens Bert

Summary: This publication describes the results of a collaborative action learning trajectory (2014-2016) in which 8 Flemish municipalities together with their partners from the...

Type: Case Studies

Shared: 14/12/2018

Evaluation: Improvement of women’s and girls' rights in Finland’s development policy and cooperation (2012-2017) 277
Kornelia Rassmann, G Byron, P Poutiainen, Merja Mäkelä, J Gasana, MN Wanjiru, S Dini, S Dhungana, PETRA MIKKOLAINEN

Summary: Finland has a long-standing commitment to gender equality and women's and girls’ rights that are strongly enshrined in its development policies. The purpose of ...

Type: Evaluation Reports

Shared: 29/09/2018

Applying outcome mapping to plan, monitor and evaluate policy influence 1037
Emily Balls

Summary: SHARE has applied outcome mapping as an approach to plan, monitor and evaluate its research into use work. Outcome mapping (OM) is an iterative approach to project plan...

Type: OM Process Documentation

Shared: 09/07/2018

Outcome mapping for health system integration 345
Peter Tsasis, Jenna M Evans, David Forrest, Richard Keith Jones

Summary: Health systems around the world are implementing integrated care strategies to improve quality, reduce or maintain costs, and improve the patient experience. Yet few pr...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 03/03/2018

Evaluation of a changed model of care delivery in a Canadian province using outcome mapping 128
Gail Tomblin Murphy, Adrian MacKenzie, Rob Alder, Cindy Cruickshank

Summary: The objective was to determine the effectiveness of the initiative in arriving at the envisioned care model by investigating its impacts (if any) on patient, system, an...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 03/03/2018

Outcome Harvesting: A Developmental Evaluation Inquiry Framework Supporting the Development of an International Social Change Network 1407
Goele Scheers, Paul Kosterink, Ricardo Wilson-Grau

Summary: This chapter features a developmental evaluation of the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC), using outcome harvesting as an inquiry framewor...

Type: Case Study Reports

Shared: 23/01/2018

Outcome mapping's contribution to emancipatory action research in Africa 408
Sarah Earl, Ineke Buskans

Summary: Although emancipatory action research has been practised for decades and continues to evolve, the method can benefit from the support of fresh approaches. Outcome mappi...

Type: Case Studies

Shared: 19/01/2018

Evaluation of the Asthma guidelines implementation project in the Western Cape, South Africa 83
Bob Mash; Hilary Rhode; Michael Pather; Gillian Ainslie; Elvis Irusen; Angeni Bheekie; Pat Mayers

Summary: Asthma is the eighth leading contributor to the burden of disease in South Africa. Previous guidelines have been published in scientific journals with no explicit appro...

Type: Evaluation Reports

Shared: 19/01/2018

Agents of Change: The Implementation and Evaluation of a Peer Education Programme on Sexuality in the Anglican Church of the Western Cape 154
Rev Rachel A. Mash

Summary: This study was conducted in the Cape Town Diocese of the Anglican Church. Fikelela, an HIV/AIDS project of the Diocese, developed a 20-session peer education programme ...

Type: Theses

Shared: 19/01/2018

Measuring the hard to measure in international development 🔗
Simon Hearn, Kate Dyer, Tiina Pasanen, Samuel Addai Boateng, Catherine Harbour

Summary: Measuring the effectiveness of development and humanitarian initiatives continues to be a challenge. Interventions often seek to address entrenched economic and social ...

Type: Video

Shared: 17/01/2018

Using outcome mapping to monitor social change in Rwanda. A case study of Frère des Hommes. 515
Jan Van Ongevalle, Caroline Kientz (Frère des Hommes), Violaine Chantrel (Frère des Hommes), Estelle Bergerard (Frère des Hommes)

Summary: This case study seeks to share the experiences and lessons learned of the French NGO 'Frères des Hommes' in their experimentation with outcome mapping as actor-...

Type: Case Studies

Shared: 15/11/2017

Benefits and Challenges of Applying Outcome Mapping in an R4D project: CBFC Working paper No. 6 1082
Tonya Schuetz, Natasja Sheriff

Summary: There is an increasing demand for researchers to demonstrate the impact of the work within project time frames, yet development is a complex, non-linear process emergin...

Type: Project Reports

Shared: 07/11/2017

Outcome Mapping by the Safe Food, Fair Food project 271
Julius Nyangaga

Summary: The International Institute of Rural Reconstruction offered support and training on Outcome Mapping for the Safe Food, Fair Food project, the short name for the project...

Type: Project Reports

Shared: 07/11/2017

LA Policy: Developing an Institutional Policy for Learning Analytics using the RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach 125
Yi-Shan Tsai; Dragan Gasevic;Pedro J. Muñoz-Merino; Shane Dawson

Summary: This workshop aims to promote strategic planning for learning analytics in higher education through developing institutional policies. While adoption of learning analyt...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 26/10/2017

Citizen voice and state accountability: Towards theories of change that embrace contextual dynamics 142
Fletcher Tembo

Summary: Development practice is increasingly being pushed to achieve results as well as to explain clearly 'what works or what does not work and under what circumstances' on th...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 29/09/2017

Poster: Using Outcome Harvesting to evaluate a climate change research programme 333
Kornelia Rassmann, Tonya Schuetz, Philip Thornton, Laura Cramer, Tonya Schuetz

Summary: Exploring and developing effective evaluative approaches for evidencing the contribution of CCAFS climate data and tools towards development outcomes. The CGIAR Rese...

Type: Poster

Shared: 20/09/2017

Measuring Success In Complex Settings. GPPAC's experiences with planning, monitoring and evaluation 273
Goele Scheers

Summary: The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) is a world-wide network of civil society organisations working in the field of conflict prevention.T...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 31/08/2017

Improving Civil Society Governance through Dialogue Sessions (RITLAS tool) 186
CARE Nepal

Summary: A dialogue tool designed on outcome mapping methodology to track changes in behavior of its partners and helps to improve governance capacities of the Nepalese CSOs in...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 27/07/2017

Research that matters: outcome mapping for linking knowledge to poverty-reduction actions 157
Julius Nyangaga, Terry Smutylo, Dannie Romney;, Patti Kristjanson

Summary: An ‘Outcome Mapping’ approach was applied retrospectively to five diverse, highly collaborative research projects aimed at poverty reduction. Designed to he...

Type: Lessons Learned Summaries

Shared: 08/06/2017

Evaluating policy-relevant research: lessons from a series of theory-based outcomes assessments 129
Brian Belcher, Daniel Suryadarma & Aidy Halimanjaya, Brian Belcher

Summary: The increasing external demand from research funders and research managers to assess, evaluate and demonstrate the quality and the effectiveness of research is well kno...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 27/04/2017

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