Outcome mapping is a methodology for planning, monitoring and evaluating development initiatives in order to bring about sustainable social change.
Focus group interviews (also often called focus group discussions) are a key tool for collecting data to support many USAID activities. This data collection technique is widely used in international development planning, monitoring, and evaluation. They are quick, versatile and typically inexpensive, so they can be used...
An international collaboration to improve evaluation practice and theory by sharing information about options (methods or tools) and approaches.
This presentation provides an overview of best practices in outcome mapping in order to further the use and development of outcome mapping and the outcome mapping learning community.
With increasing incidences of poverty and conflict in fragile states, a global call has been raised to do more to help and to be more effective in helping. Interventions are expected to not only improve the well being of the poor but also to demonstrably impact peace and stability. But how can we measure whether interventions have had an impact?
This report brief describes measuring program support and program processes, ranging from sectoral impact to changes to the millenium development goals by programs.