3. KIS… yes, KIS (Keep It Simple!)
Measure what you treasure – focus on what is important. There are many reasons to measure the outputs and outcomes of a project, and there is no one way or right answer. The key is to measure what best reflects the interests of the organisation and/or the stakeholders.
The enthusiasm at the workshops was tangible and the partners are already adopting the tools they learnt in the training: using new problem analysis tools, building theories of change, setting up baselines and monitoring plans. The expectation is to continue serving better those living in poverty and contribute to transforming communities.
You can find out more about the impact we are having in the Eurasia Latin America and Caribbean team (ELAC) by reading the Impact and Learning Report 2017.