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Learning and Training: NGO Effectiveness

Perfectly tailored to the needs of NGOs

Bonnie Metherell, Fauna & Flora International

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Impact assessment: what difference did we make?

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02 - 03 July 2014

05 - 06 November 2014

04 - 05 March 2015


2 day course


9.30 – 5.30


Central London

Who's it for

People responsible for working on impact assessments.

Why choose this course

What is impact assessment, how does it differ from or complement monitoring and evaluation and how can we assess our contributions to change?

This course provides a clear conceptual overview and very practical guidance on designing a simple, user friendly and useful impact assessment process.

Take this course on its own or together with Theory of change essentials, which runs the day before this course.

What you will learn

Take this course to learn
• what ‘impact’ is and why it matters
• what makes impact assessment different from, and complementary to, monitoring and evaluation
• the approaches used to assess impact
• key challenges and how to work with them
• how theories of change can support planning for impact
• the tools and methods you can use to understand your contribution
• how to use the results of an impact assessment to help demonstrate effectiveness


Maureen O'Flynn

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