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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Guidance on choosing formats to present findings of M&E to different sets of stakeholders taking into account accessibility, needs of audience, preferences, time availability, purpose. Covers reports, presentation events, presentation materials, creative approaches, graphic design.

Resource type: webpage with links Resource application of specific relevance to development contexts: Indicator (g) useful for ideas on ways of communicating with different stakeholders; Indicator (h) use to ensure published data covers range of activities as helpful advice on what to consider when presenting which should prompt consideration of all activities.

Medium skills. Comprehensive, accessible and short guideline with practical ideas/options for presenting M&E findings.

Pillar: Monitoring and evaluation
Building Blocks: Communicating Results

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