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  1. Describe the theory of change

    Commissioners Guide Step

    ... (such as a project, program or policy) contribute to a chain of results that lead to the intended or observed impacts.  Other labels ... undertaken and what level of success will be needed for each result to produce the final intended impact (more guidance is provided below on ...

  2. Impact evaluation

    Development Theme

    ... however is that we develop our theory of change (or 'chain of impact' as we term it) during the project planning.  This establishes ... example of developing, and evising, the theory of change/chain of impact, during project planning.  As you've noted, this makes it ...

  3. Contribution Analysis


    ... questions: Has the Program influenced the observed result? Has the program made an important contribution to the observed result? ... and risks to it Develop the program logic/results chain describing how the program is supposed to work. Identify as well the main ...

  4. Horizontal Evaluation


    ... evaluations that limit participation and learning and may result in poorly implemented recommendations. Flexible in that it can be ... A. , Ortiz, O. and Thiele, G. 2005. Participatory Market Chain Approach. BeraterInnen News, 1. Downloaded 26 December 2005 from the ...

  5. Social Return on Investment


    ... the SROI approach supports the thinking along the lines of a result chain, it does not support the idea of the components being connected in a ...

  6. Empowerment Evaluation


    ... Linking the processes to outcomes helps groups specify their chain of reasoning. Zimmerman (2000) provides additional insight into the ... The popularity of this particular approach is in part a result of its simplicity, effectiveness, and transparency. 1) Establishing ...

  7. Causal Link Monitoring


    ... whether those processes take place, and how. Result-producing processes specify the causal links between results in a logic ... that will transform results at one point in the causal chain to the next. Planners are often less certain about these result-producing ...

  8. Evaluating with Kungkas Can Cook: passion, dedication and clear social purpose


    ... 40,000 years. Kungkas Can Cook have shortened the supply chain so that local women harvesters benefit from every purchase. For more ... What were the key findings? What changes happened as a result?  At the end of the project, significant progress was noted ...

  9. Training on Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation



  10. Training on Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation