Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding

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Most Significant Change

Author / Copyright Holder: Jenny Aulin & Goele Scheers, GPPAC
The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) is faced with two major challenges in their monitoring and evaluation: Firstly they have to deal with the complex causal mechanisms involved in conflict prevention work and secondly they have to navigate the dynamic nature of networks through which they intervene....
Author / Copyright Holder: CARE International
The Most Significant Change (MSC) Technique Guidance in Arabic.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: AnnMarie Fitzhenry
While the potentialof Sports for Development and Peace (SDP) programs is well-documented, what is not clear is how programs are defining and measuring their success. The author shares what she's learned through conversations with three leading organizations on how they are capturing the impact of their SDP programming.    ...
Author / Copyright Holder: FriEnt - Working Group on Peace and Development
The present publication is a collection of “snapshots” from the practice of FriEnt member organisations and organisations affiliated to FriEnt. It identifies steps towards results-based learning and strategic planning in peacebuilding. It combines issue-specific experience with lessons learnt in particular country contexts....
Author / Copyright Holder: Carlisle Levine, Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation
In this Thursday Talk, international evaluation expert Carlisle Levine discusses the utility of Most Significant Change, and Contribution Analysis for assessing causal linkages in peacebuilding interventions.   ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Ben Ramalingam
This guide is aimed at staff working in all such organisations. There are 30 tools and techniques contained here, divided into five categories: i) Strategy Development; ii) Management Techniques; iii) Collaboration Mechanisms; iv) Knowledge Sharing and Learning Processes; and v) Knowledge Capture and Storage. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Mercy Corps
The program "Support for Kosovo‘s Young Leaders" (SKYL) is supported by USAID and implemented by Mercy Corps and three local NGO partners: Centar za Razvoj Zajednica (CRZ), Kosovo Center for International Cooperation (KCIC) and) Mundësia. The overall goal of this three-year program is to help young people from Kosovo‘s diverse communities become active participants in building a viable shared future for themselves and their commun ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Jess Dart and Rick Davies
This aim of this guide is to help groups design an MSC system for their program or project. The guide splits MSC design into 8 steps. Each step is described, then some questions are asked in relation to the step....
Author / Copyright Holder: Rick Davies and Jess Dart
This publication is aimed at organizations, community groups, students and academics who wish to use MSC to help monitor and evaluate their social change programs and projects. It is a form of particpatory monitoring and evaluation which collects stories of significant change to capture project impacts. ...