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Supporting adaptive management: Monitoring and evaluation tools and approaches 105
Tiina Pasanen, Inka Barnett

Summary: This working paper introduces a set of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) tools and approaches, discussing their potential usefulness in supporting adaptive management...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 15/01/2020

Outcome mapping and research into use: analysing monitoring data for effective strategies 45
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

Complex M&E Systems: Raising standards, lowering the bar 70
Nigel Simister

Summary: This paper is largely based on my personal experience of designing, supporting and maintaining complex M&E systems for a variety of civil society organisations (CSO...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 15/01/2020

A different approach to outcome mapping 🔗
Sarah Morton

Summary: Matter of Focus, a company based in Scotland, uses an approach which is also called outcome mapping - a different kind of outcome mapping but highly related. Like our O...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 15/10/2019

Outcome monitoring and learning in large multi-stakeholder research programmes: lessons from PRISE 411
Tiina Pasanen, Kaia Ambrose, Lana Frado, Samavia Batool, Lancelot Ehode Soumelong, Robina Abuya, Helen Mountfort, Nathalie Nathe

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

Outcome mapping for health system integration 273
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 108
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

LA Policy: Developing an Institutional Policy for Learning Analytics using the RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach 101
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 114
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

Measuring Success In Complex Settings. GPPAC's experiences with planning, monitoring and evaluation 215
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

Strengthening Evaluation Capacity in Organisations to Improve Adaptation Outcomes 109
Nathalie Beaulieu, Aliou Diouf; Guy Jobbins

Summary: Evaluation is an essential part of climate change adaptation efforts; it can help stakeholders to improve their processes to produce better outcomes as well as to build...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 28/07/2017

Improving Civil Society Governance through Dialogue Sessions (RITLAS tool) 168
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

Gender and Equity in Outcome Mapping: A Summary of Issues and Experiences 1811
Sonal Zaveri

Summary: This article analyzes the relationship of the OM (and Outcome Harvesting) approach, processes and tools towards addressing gender and equity concerns – in other w...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 26/07/2017

Translating project achievements into strategic plans: A case study in utilization-focused evaluation 97
Ricardo Ramirez; Galin Kora; Dal Brodhead

Summary: Utilization-focused evaluation (UFE) is a decision- making framework intended to design and implement evaluations which stakeholders will use. In its original form, the...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 08/06/2017

Defining and assessing research quality in a transdisciplinary context 191
Brian M. Belcher, Katherine E. Rasmussen, Matthew R. Kemshaw & Deborah A. Zornes

Summary: Research increasingly seeks both to generate knowledge and to contribute to real-world solutions, with strong emphasis on context and social engagement. As boundaries b...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 27/04/2017

Evaluating policy-relevant research: lessons from a series of theory-based outcomes assessments 101
Brian Belcher, Daniel Suryadarma & Aidy Halimanjaya

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

The dissemination and implementation of national asthma guidelines in South Africa: The use of outcome mapping 83
Mash R , Ainslie G, Irusen E, Mayers P & Bheekie A

Summary: Asthma is an important chronic inflammatory disorder with significant morbidity and mortality in South Africa. The development of national asthma guidelines by the Sout...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 12/04/2017

Development of an evaluation system of research performance 63
Sun Thongyot, Nuttaporn Lawthong, Sirichai Kanjanawasee

Summary: Development of an evaluation system of research performance by applying the outcome mapping approach: a case study of faculty of liberal arts and sciences, Nakhon Phano...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 11/02/2017

A Resource Pack on Gender Transformative Evaluations 354
Shraddha Chigateri, Sonal Zaveri, Rituu B Nanda, Shiny Saha, Ranjani Murthy, Renu Khanna, Ranjani Murthy, Rajib Nandi,

Summary: A Resource Pack on Gender Transformative Evaluations is a product of the concerted efforts of the feminist evaluation network that came together during the seven worksh...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 21/07/2016

When and how to develop an impact-oriented monitoring and evaluation system 🔗
Patricia Rogers, Irene Guijt, Simon Hearn, Greet Peersman, Tiina Pasanen, Anne L. Buffardi

Summary: Working and discussion paper, March 2016, Greet Peersman, Patricia Rogers, Irene Guijt, Simon Hearn, Tiina Pasanen and Anne Buffardi. Many development programme staff ...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 07/03/2016

What is impact? 🔗
Simon Hearn, Anne L. Buffardi

Summary: Working and discussion paper, February 2016, Simon Hearn and Anne Buffardi. It seems everyone is looking to achieve and demonstrate impact. Among development practitio...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 07/03/2016

Outcome Mapping and empowerment: the experience of SAHA in Madagascar 591
OECD DAC

Summary: This story provides an example of a donor agency deliberately changing its role and relationships with its partners to be more enabling and facilitating. It shows the i...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 09/02/2016

Doing Things Differently: Rethinking monitoring and evaluation to understand change 2944
Madeline Church

Summary: Over the past four years, Saferworld has put in place a way of monitoring, evaluating and learning from our work focused on behaviour and relationship change. This pape...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 14/01/2016

The Barefoot Guide 4: Exploring the Real Work of Social Change 🔗
The Fourth Barefoot Guide Writer’s Collective

Summary: This is a book about social change practices from many countries. It contains a variety of stories, analyses, and ideas, with many poems and illustrations to illuminate...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 15/04/2015

Reflections on Womankind Worldwide’s experiences of tackling common challenges in monitoring and evaluating women’s rights programming 🔗
Helen Lindley

Summary: There are a number of technical, conceptual, and institutional challenges in monitoring and evaluating programme work and advocacy on women’s rights. Measuring pr...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 08/04/2015

The Alignment, Interest and Influence Matrix (AIIM) guidance note 🔗
Enrique Mendizabal

Summary: The RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach (ROMA) draws from the Outcome Mapping methodology to support the planning, monitoring and evaluation of policy influencing interventi...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 30/09/2014

More or less global citizenship - When measuring becomes learning! 🔗
Jan Van Ongevalle, Christine Carabain

Summary: This report presents the results of an action research in which four Dutch organisations active in promoting global citizenship experimented with qualitative research m...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 29/09/2014

Monitoring and Evaluation in the Development Sector 710
KPMG

Summary: KPMG's International Development Assistance Services (IDAS) polled 35 M&E leaders from organizations responsible for over US$100 billion of global development expen...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 18/09/2014

Supporting international climate negotiators: a monitoring and evaluation framework 🔗
Dan Adipo, Dan Hamza-goodacre, Stuart Jefford and Nigel Simister,

Summary: This Working Paper describes how CDKN has developed a tailored system for monitoring and evaluating the Negotiations Support programme, using an adapted outcome mapping...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 06/08/2014

Learning about the effects of development education programmes: Towards a learning centred monitoring and evaluation practice 656
Jan Van Ongevalle, Benedicte Fonteneau

Summary: This paper reports on the results of an action research project (2010-2013) in which ten Belgian organisations who implement development education programmes explored d...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 16/06/2014

OM ideas 9: The value of using Outcome Mapping in complex scenarios 1410
Jan Van Ongevalle, Rafael Peels

Summary: Taking advantage of the growth in organisations and programmes implementing Outcome Mapping, the Outcome Mapping Learning Community commissioned a study to explore to w...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 24/01/2014

A survey of Government Policy for the planning, monitoring and evaluation of development programmes (2010) 422
Jan Van Ongevalle, Huib Huyse,

Summary: This paper provides an overview (carried out in 2010) of government policy in Belgium and the Netherlands for planning, monitoring, and evaluation (PME) within the sect...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 07/02/2013

Cosecha de Alcances 1707
Ricardo Wilson-Grau, Heather Britt

Summary: Cosecha de Alcances es una herramienta centrada en la utilización y altamente participativo que permite a evaluadores, donantes y gerentes de proyectos y program...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 18/01/2013

Dealing with complexity through actor focused PME 2451
Jan Van Ongevalle, Huib Huyse, Maarse, Cristien Temmink

Summary: This paper constitutes the final report of a three-year (2010-2012) action research where 10 NGOs piloted various planning, monitoring and evaluation (PME) approaches i...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 18/12/2012

Monitoring for sustainable and effective results 481
Suman Chowdhury Mony

Summary: Many international Aid and Donor organizations give money, equipments, mental and physical labors etc to the GOs and NGOs for doing proposed and assigned development pr...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 12/12/2012

Towards a Learning Centred Planning and Monitoring system for capacity development - The case of World Solidarity’s Social Movements Programme 1031
van durme patrick , Jan Van Ongevalle, Uzziel Twagilimana

Summary: This case study tells the story of World Solidarity, a Belgian NGO who, together with its partner organisations across different continents, used elements of outcome ma...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 28/11/2012

Outcome Mapping for fostering and measuring change ... a paper 🔗
Julius Nyangaga,

Summary: Dear All, I am happy to inform you that our paper "Outcome mapping for fostering and measuring change in risk management behavior among urban dairy farmers in Nairobi...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 27/08/2012

Ten years of Outcome Mapping adaptations and support 3011
Richard Smith, John Mauremootoo, Kornelia Rassmann

Summary: An analysis of how and where Outcome Mapping has been applied, how users have experienced OM and the support options available and required for its use. This research w...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 19/07/2012

OM Ideas 4: Ten years of Outcome Mapping adaptations and support 1940
Richard Smith, John Mauremootoo, Kornelia Rassmann

Summary: A four page summary of a study commissioned by the OMLC Stewards: An analysis of how and where Outcome Mapping has been applied, how users have ex-perienced OM and the...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 19/07/2012

Outcome Harvesting 16708
Ricardo Wilson-Grau, Heather Britt

Summary: Outcome Harvesting is a utilisation-focused, highly participatory tool that enables evaluators, grant makers, and managers to identify, formulate, verify, and make sens...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 14/05/2012

Outcome mapping and social frameworks: tools for designing, delivering and monitoring policies via distributed partnerships 673
Louise Shaxson, Ben Clench

Summary: A working paper from Delta Partnership. This paper describes two tools which will help policymakers take a rigorous approach to designing, delivering and monitoring pol...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 01/12/2011

Show me your impact: Evaluating Transitional Justice in Contested Spaces 1866
Colleen Duggan

Summary: This paper discusses some of the most significant challenges and opportunities for evaluating the effects of programs in support of transitional justice – the fie...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 30/08/2011

The RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach and project management for policy change 🔗
Arnaldo Pellini

Summary: Ramalingam et al. (2008), describe development plans, strategies and goal setting as ‘attempts to picture how things work in that country and provide an illusion ...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 12/08/2011

Monitoring and Evaluating Learning Networks 🔗

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 08/08/2011

A Complementary Approach to Developing Progress Markers 3762
Julius Nyangaga, Heidi Schaeffer

Summary: How do you develop your outcome mapping progress markers? Or what guides you in developing related indicators? Here is a paper - “A Complementary Approach to Deve...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 15/07/2011

Logical Framework Approach and Outcome Mapping: A Constructive Attempt of Synthesis 1900
Daniel Roduner

Summary: In this present paper we will first present what we consider to be the standard Logical Framework Approach (Logframe) that has been widely used since the 1980s. Then we...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 26/05/2011

La Historia del Desarrollo de una Sopa de Pescado 2210
Ricardo Wilson-Grau

Summary: Webninar del 11 de abril de 2011. Explica los conceptos de insumos, productos, alcances e impactos diferenciando entre situaciones simples y complejas. Bosqueja las imp...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 12/04/2011

Monitoring Empowerment: The experiences of SAHA in using Outcome Mapping 1189
ONY RASOLOARISON RAKOTOARISOA, Jane Carter, Estelle Raharinaivosoa

Summary: In examining one particular experience of a rural development project in Madagascar (SAHA), this paper highlights some of the challenges and lessons learned in the use ...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 22/12/2010

Designing Feedback Systems: The Experience of a Group of Nine Transnational Change Networks 544
Natalia Kiryttopoulou

Summary: This article describes how nine very different transnational social change networks gathered feedback from their constituents using a common questionnaire. Individual ...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 20/07/2010

A checklist for the reporting of randomized control trials of social and economic policy interventions in developing countries: CEDE version 1.0, 3ie, Jan 2010 682
Ron Bose

Summary: This checklist emphasizes the reporting of underlying theories and descriptions of intervention and comparison conditions, research design, and detailed discussion of t...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 25/04/2010

OM ideas 3: Module on Step-0: How to prepare for OM Intentional Design 1522
Daniel Roduner, Olivia M. Hartmann-Fässler

Summary: Existing manuals make a lot of implicit assumptions about processes and preparations that have taken place before actually applying the OM approach. This module makes t...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 29/10/2009

Gendered Outcome Mapping Framework 2025
Sana Shams

Summary: Gendered Outcome Mapping (OMg) presents a comprehensive methodology for infusing a gender focus within the project design, coupled with a utilization focused evaluation...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 27/10/2009

Outcome Mapping: A realistic alternative for planning, monitoring and evaluation 🔗
Harry Jones, Simon Hearn

Summary: This paper reviews OM principles to guide donors considering support for projects using OM, and other decision-makers seeking methods to improve the effectiveness of ai...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 16/10/2009

Contextualising Outcome Mapping in Bahasa Indonesia 1871
Steff Deprez, NINA SHATIFAN

Summary: The paper describes the start of the contextualisation process of OM in Indonesian. It is the result of a 3-day OM contextualisation workshop organised by VECO Indonesi...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 26/09/2009

Creating the (organisational) conditions for an OM-based M&E and learning practice 684
Steff Deprez

Summary: The paper presents a possible approach for programmes to analyse and plan for the necessary organisational conditions to implement an OM-based M&E and learning prac...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 26/08/2009

OM ideas 2: Considerations for learning-oriented Monitoring and Evaluation with Outcome Mapping 2217
Kaia Ambrose, Huib Huyse

Summary: Outcome Mapping (OM) was developed both as a planning and a monitoring tool. And while it has been used successfully for both purposes, this brief focuses on OM as a mo...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 06/07/2009

OM ideas 1: A conceptual fusion of the logical framework approach and outcome mapping 4449
Daniel Roduner, Kaia Ambrose

Summary: This paper describes the rational for and the process of creating a fusion model incorporating OM and LFA. This is the output of an OMLC funded small-scale research gra...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 19/06/2009

Participatory Impact Pathways Analysis: A practical method for project planning and evaluation 🔗
Boru Douthwaite, Sophie Alvarez, , Graham Thiele

Summary: Participatory Impact Pathways Analysis (PIPA) is a practical planning, and monitoring and evaluation approach developed for use with complex projects in the water and f...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 24/04/2009

Monitoring for impact in a programme’s sphere of influence – a case study of the ´quality education and vulnerability programme´ in Zimbabwe 1447
Chipimbi Robert, Mqaphelisi Sibanda, Jan Van Ongevalle

Summary: This paper describes our experiences with integrating outcome mapping and logical framework in the VVOB Zimbabwe programme: ´Quality Education and Vulnerability P...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 08/04/2009

The ‘gold standard’ is not a silver bullet for evaluation 735
Harry Jones

Summary: ODI Opinion piece on Impact Evaluation. Key message is: ‘A focus on the institutional capacity and incentives that foster the use of evaluations is overdue, and i...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 26/03/2009

On Contribution, Attribution and Contextualization: The Story of OM in the MENA region 975
Ziad Moussa

Summary: In this short text, we will try to share few learning insights and some challenges that were encountered throughout the process and trigger some discussion points which...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 13/03/2009

Aristotle and Plato at it again? Philosophical divergence within international aid project design and monitoring and evaluation 1482
Paul Crawford, David Kelly, Cynthia Mitchell, Paul Bryce

Summary: International aid projects are broadly concerned with fostering change. Frequently, the ‘theory of change’ within an aid project is communicated using Logi...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 02/09/2008

Logframe - A Critique 4485
Robert Chambers and Jethro Pettit

Summary: "Logical Framework Analysis (Logframe) and its variants as a required method for planning and monitoring illustrate how procedures can reinforce relationships of power ...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 28/08/2008

Participatory Impact Pathways Analysis: A practical method for project planning and evaluation 1070
Boru Douthwaite, Sophie Alvarez

Summary: Participatory Impact Pathways Analysis (PIPA) is a practical planning, and monitoring and evaluation approach developed for use with complex projects in the water and f...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 02/07/2008

Contribution analysis: An approach to exploring cause and effect 1892
John Mayne

Summary: Questions of cause and effect are critical to assessing the performance of programmes and projects. When it is not practical to design an experiment to assess performan...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 02/07/2008

Outcome Mapping: A method for tracking behavioural changes in development programs 16699
Terry Smutylo

Summary: Outcome mapping is a methodology for planning, monitoring and evaluating development initiatives that aim to bring about social change. The process of outcome mapping h...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 02/07/2008

Making the intentional design more practical 1003
Jan Van Ongevalle, Robert, Mqaphelisi Sibanda

Summary: Categorising progress markers and realigning strategy maps. Teacher Education and Child Vulnerability Programme (2008-2013) – VVOB Zimbabwe.

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 11/06/2008

OM: Frequently Asked Questions 1750
Kaia Ambrose, Sarah Earl, Jan Van Ongevalle

Summary: This highlight brief is intended to provide individuals, groups or organizations a summary of some of the most common questions asked about outcome mapping. The questio...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 11/03/2008

Exploring the science of complexity: Ideas and implications for development and humanitarian efforts 🔗
Ben Ramalingam, Harry Jones

Summary: Despite the complexity and interconnectedness of problems faced in humanitarian and development work, they are often approached in an overly simplistic manner, informed...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 03/03/2008

Mentoring and Monitoring – How to Build a Reporters’ Network Using the Outcome Mapping Framework 2230
Jan Lublinski, Nadia el-Awady

Summary: In this paper we report on the first experience – to the knowledge of the authors – using the Outcome Mapping approach in media development. This approach c...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 18/02/2008

Informal Traders Lock Horns with the Formal Milk Industry: The role of research in pro-poor dairy policy shift in Kenya 🔗
John Young, C. Leksmono, N. Hooton, H Muriuki, D Romney

Summary: Outcome Mapping is combined with episode studies and case study analysis into the RAPID Outcome Assessment tool (ROA). This integrated approach is used to assess the im...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 30/01/2008

Evaluating international social-change networks: a conceptual framework for a participatory approach 925
Ricardo Wilson-Grau, Martha Nuñez

Summary: International networks for social change are growing in number and influence. While they need to be able to assess the extent to which they achieve their purpose and de...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 18/12/2007

Researchers and their boundary partners 2786
Julius Nyangaga

Summary: Sharing experiences encountered from working with research teams applying OM and some possible ways of understanding and applying the concept of boundary partners.

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 06/11/2007

What Complexity Science Teaches Us About Social Change 🔗
Vitgina Lacayo

Summary: Exploration of the applicability of complexity science to the challenges faced by social change organisations and their stakeholders, including donors.

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 13/09/2007

From Arena to Interaction: Blind Spot in Actor-Oriented Sociology 1245
Niels Roling

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 05/10/2006

Circles of Influence 1322

Summary: I've found this document useful for providing background to the concept of spheres of influence (where projects can actually exercise influence and contribute to result...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 15/06/2006

Outcome Mapping Learning Community brochure 13127
Ben Ramalingam, Sarah Earl

Summary: Essential reading for all community members, this document explains what the Outcome Mapping Learning Community is all about, who should join, and what members can do.

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 05/06/2006

An Inception Report 1048

Summary: A cross-sectoral partnership dedicated to solving the world’s most pressing problems by radically increasing the volume and impact of investment in community base...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 15/05/2006

OM Briefing Paper 921
Terry Smutylo

Summary: Outcome mapping: A method for tracking behavioural changes in development programs.

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 15/05/2006

The Puzzles of Partnership: Creating Common Ground so that Research Makes a Difference 1285
Susan Nasser

Summary: The Healthy Balance Research Program embraces a challenging mix of stakeholders and a concomitant diversity in perceptions of what constitutes success. The program brin...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 15/05/2006

Investigating evaluation techniques for advocacy and social mobilisation campaigns 894
Christine Beddoe

Summary: The international NGO community in the UK are investing heavily in developing innovative, rights based monitoring and evaluation systems to assess the impact of their w...

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 15/05/2006

Learning from Complexity: The International Development Research Centre`s Experience with Outcome Mapping 3362
Sarah Earl, Fred Carden

Summary: Published article on OM.

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 12/05/2006

Addressing the Question of Attribution in Evaluation 3040

Summary: Evaluation Highlight 1

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 12/05/2006

Crouching Impact, Hidden Attribution: Overcoming Threats to Learning in Development Programs 2822
Terry Smutylo

Summary: Paper on OM, with three case studies.

Type: Articles / Papers

Shared: 12/05/2006



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