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

    Resource
    2019

    Kungkas Can Cook is a café, catering and bush foods business based in Alice Springs, specialising in ethically sourced, organic bush food from the Central Desert.

    Kungkas Can Cook, Rayleen Brown with ICV volunteer Deborah Stanley gathering content for the new website.

  2. Check the results are consistent with causal contribution

    Task

    One of the tasks involved in understanding causes is to check whether the observed results are consistent with a cause-effect relationship between the intervention and the observed impacts.

  3. Training on Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation

    Event
    Course
    29th January, 2018 to 22nd February, 2018
    Kenya
    Paid

    The 5 days course covers the principles and practices for results based monitoring and evaluation. This course equips participants with skills in setting up and implementing results based monitoring and evaluation systems. The participants will benefit from the latest M&E practices including the results and participatory approaches. This course will bring learning to practice for participants to learn about the results levels and their linkage with indicators and techniques for tracking and assessing the progress of a project with the aim of achieving long term results.

  4. Outcomes Hierarchy

    Synonyms: 
    Outcomes Chain, Theory of Change (TOC), Results Chain, Impact Pathways
    Evaluation Option
    Accent to the top photo by Steve Hillebrand

    An outcomes hierarchy shows all the outcomes (from short-term to longer-term) required to bring about the ultimate goal of an intervention.  Unlike results chains, it does not show the activities linked to these outcomes.

     

  5. Logic Model Workbook

    Resource
    Guide
    2005

    Prepared by the Innovation Network, this workbook offers a “do-it-yourself guide” to the development and use of a range of logic models, including step-by-step description of the process required for their creation.

  6. Making Adaptation Count: Concepts and Options for Climate Change Adaptation...

    Resource
    Guide
    2011

    This paper offers a monitoring and evaluation framework of climate change interventions. It addresses the steps and processes that need to be considered in order to effectively conduct evaluations of Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) interventions

  7. Modus Operandi

    Evaluation Option

    Interventions create distinctive/characteristic patterns of effects. Scriven describes the modus operandi as a set of footprints:

    ‘Each cause has a set of footprints, a short one if it’s a proximate cause, a long one if it’s a remote cause, but in general the modus operandi is a sequence of intermediate or concurrent events or a set of conditions, or a chain of events, that has to be present when the cause is effective.’

  8. Impact evaluation

    Development Theme

    An impact evaluation provides information about the impacts produced by an intervention - positive and negative, intended and unintended, direct and indirect. This means that an impact evaluation must establish what has been the cause of observed changes (in this case ‘impacts’) referred to as causal attribution (also referred to as causal inference).

  9. Sustained and Emerging Impacts Evaluation (SEIE)

  10. ImpactMap

    Resource
    Tool
    2013

    ImpactMap is a tool which creates logic models using a fixed format. It also produces action plans and documents performance measurement plans.

    The software is accessed through a monthly or annual licence fee which varies according to the number of maps and users.

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