QuIP used as part of an evaluation of the impact of the UK Government Tampon Tax Fund (TTF)

The evaluation of the UK Government's Tampon Tax Fund (TTF), established in 2015, incorporated Qualitative Impact Assessment Protocol (QuIP) techniques to capture grantees' perspectives.

The project allocated £86.25 million in grants from sanitary product taxes to support women and girls. The evaluation assessed the fund's impact using methods like a grantee survey, bid review, public data analysis, case studies, and evidence synthesis from project-level M&E data.

Interviewees were encouraged to reflect on a broad range of causal pathways relating to their work. Organisational causal maps were created for each grantee interviewed and then combined to compare causes and effects across the group.