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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



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