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  1. Proving and Improving the Impact of Development Partnerships- 12 Good Practices for Results Measurement

    Discussion paper

    This report summarises 12 good practices of results measurement in development partnerships with the private sector, and includes a number of case studies and practical examples.

  2. Outcome monitoring and learning in large multi-stakeholder research programmes: lessons from the PRISE consortium

    Discussion paper

    This discussion paper outlines the key lessons to emerge from designing and applying an outcome monitoring system to the Pathways to Resilience in Semi-arid Economies (PRISE) project - a five-year, multi-country, multi-project and multi-partner research consortium that generated new knowledge about how economic development in semi-arid regions could be made more equitable and resilient to climate change. The aim of this system was to continuously capture, analyse and understand changes in stakeholder behaviour and actions around the research activities and results, and how these changes can ultimately lead to sustained shifts in policy and practice. 

  3. Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships: Building Blocks for Success


    This report provides an evidence-based assessment of the performance of multi-stakeholder partnerships for sustainable development concluding that the overall performance of partnerships is mixed at best, and discussing factors that increased the likelihood of partnerships being successful and effective. 

  4. How can we assess the value of working in partnerships?

    21st June, 2016
    Tiina Pasanen (Overseas Development Institute) shares her reflections from the 2016 'M&E on the Cutting Edge' Conference Partnering for Success, and asks, how do we learn what type of partnerships work well, under what conditions and in what contexts
  5. Outcome monitoring in large multi-stakeholder research programmes: Lessons from PRISE

    18th June, 2019

    This guest blog by Tiina Pasanen and Kaia Ambrose discusses how the Pathways to Resilience in Semi-arid Economies (PRISE) project approached the challenge of coming up with an outcome monitoring system that considered the dynamics and complexities involved in a multi-project, multi-country and multi-partner research consortium and shares some key lessons to come out of this. Feature image credit: Lancelot Ehode Soumelong.