Policy impact toolkit

Overseas Development Institute (ODI)

ODI

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Toolkit is designed to support evaluators and researchers who are committed to engaging with decision makers to see the evidence from their studies used to build better policies and programmes.

Resource type: tools

Resource application: Indicator (f) - use to demonstrate overall impact Indicator (l) use to facilitate evidence and learning shaping policy International development specific

High skills: Although aimed at researchers/evaluators, NGOs seeking to achieve policy and practice change will also find this useful reflection on how to maximise the potential of having policy level impacts.

Pillar: Monitoring and evaluation
Building Blocks: System Knowledge Management

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