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Using the Outcome Mapping concept of outcomes in evaluations to enrich theories of change and to foster an evaluative culture

John Mauremootoo, Richard Smith

Summary: A PowerPoint presentation by John Mauremootoo and Richard Smith,Dunstan Kishekya given at the 2015 American Evaluation Association Conference in the session chaired by Simon Hearn entitled: Applying Outcome Mapping to the evaluation of socially transformative projects, programs, and policies.

Through three international development project and programme evaluations in Mongolia, India and the western Indian Ocean islands and planning, monitoring and implementation in India, we used OM concepts to refine explicit or implied theories of change and derive emergent ToC. Among the OM principles and concepts we applied were outcomes as behavioural change, boundary partners, and contribution of multiple actors and factors. Subsequently OM concepts have been used to strengthen project and programme management within the change agents.

Type: Presentations

Theme: OM Resources: Examples of Use

Contibuted by: John Mauremootoo, on: 23 Nov 2015

Associated event: American Evaluation Association conference

Download: cept-of-outcomes-in-evaluations-to-enrich-theories-of-change-and-to-foster-an-evaluative-culture

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