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  1. Lessons Learned in using Process Tracing and Contribution Analysis

    Event
    Webinar
    3rd September, 2015
    Online
    Free

    Bernardo Monzani will share his experience using an approach that combined Process Tracing and Contribution Analysis, to assess the impact of an International Alert advocacy initiative. He will go over some lessons learned from using the combined methodologies and give useful tips for practitioners interested in using them.

  2. Contribution Analysis in Policy Work: Assessing Advocacy’s Influence

    Resource
    Guide
    2017

    This brief provides a background on contribution analysis and its applications, as well as walking through five cases studies in which the authors have used contribution analysis to assess whether and how advocacy efforts made a difference. The brief also contains practical conclusions designed to assist evaluators who choose to use contribution analysis in their own work.

  3. Contribution Tracing

    Event
    Course
    11th July, 2016 to 13th July, 2016
    United Kingdom
    Paid

    There is increasing emphasis placed by impact evaluation commissioners on assessing the contribution made by projects and programmes to changing people’s lives, commonly referred to as a ‘contribution claim’. It can be argued that current theory-based approaches fail to provide evaluators with guidance on the ‘right’ data to gather and the quality of that data in relation to a particular contribution claim. This course aims to guide evaluators to collect data which can help assess how strongly or weakly such data support contribution claims.

  4. Qualitative Impact Assessment Protocol (QuIP)

    Synonyms: 
    QUIP

    The Qualitative Impact Assessment Protocol (QuIP) is an impact evaluation approach that draws on Contribution Analysis. QuIP studies serve to provide an independent reality check of a predetermined theory of change which helps stakeholders to assess, learn from, and demonstrate the social impact of their work. QuIP’s approach places project beneficiaries’ voices at the centre of the evaluation, enabling them to share and feedback their experiences in an open, credible, and respectful way.

    Also Available In: Español