Monitoring and Evaluating Capacity Development: Is it Really That Difficult?

This paper from the International NGO Training and Research Centre (INTRAC) analyses some of the key concepts of capacity development particularly in regards to monitoring and evaluation.

The paper goes on to describe some of the key tools that are used in the planning, monitoring and evaluation of capacity development programs.

Contents

Evaluation Options and Tools Mentioned

  • Bottom-up Approach – p. 9-10
  • Predictive Approach – p. 10
  • Non-predictive Approach – p. 10
  • Middle-up-and-down Approach – p. 9-10
  • Top-down Approach – p. 9-11
  • SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) Analysis – p. 11
  • Organizational Assessment (OA) Tools, Organizational Capacity Assessment Tools (OCAT) – p. 11-14
  • Three Circles Model – p. 14
  • Model of 5 Capabilities – p. 14
  • Logical Framework – p. 14-15
  • Outcome Mapping (OM) – p. 15
  • Stories of Change – p. 15-16
  • Most Significant Change (MSC) – p. 16
  • Random Sampling – p. 16
  • Tracer Study – p. 16
  • Ladder of Change – p. 17
  • Client Satisfaction Forms – p. 17

Source

Simister, N., & Smith, R. (2010). Praxis Paper 23: Monitoring and Evaluating Capacity Building: Is it really that difficult? . Oxford, U.K. : International NGO Training and Research Centre . Retrieved from http://http://www.intrac.org/data/files/resources/677/Praxis-Paper-23-Mo...

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