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Emerging Findings from Change Monitoring System and Self-Review Workshops (for Innovation Fund). Methodology of Data Collection. CMS 4 Participatory  group  exercises CMS 5 In-depth discussions with individual households Quarterly Change Report

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Emerging Findings from Change Monitoring System and Self-Review Workshops (for Innovation Fund)

methodology of data collection
Methodology of Data Collection
  • CMS 4
  • Participatory  group  exercises
  • CMS 5
  • In-depth discussions with individual households
  • Quarterly Change Report
  • Quick identification of success and challenges for continuous feedback into project management decisions to develop the innovation.
  • Self-Review Workshops
  • Facilitated by shiree PMs.
  • lessons learned and actions to take table providing the basis for further follow-up by the shiree programme management team.
this presentation
This presentation
  • The Process
  • Prior round of Quarterly Change Reports (submitted November-December 2010) and Self-Review Workshops (conducted December 2010-January 2011) of 10 Innovation Fund Round 1&2 partners.
  • Change Reports (submitted March-April 2011)
  • What does it say?
  • It picks out shared experiences of beneficiaries (BHHs) across the portfolio (from the Quarterly Change Reports).
  • It examines these shared experiences in more depth, taking NGO staff’s own accounts from the Self-Review Workshops.
  • Value
  • - The data is useful as indicative information rather than giving a complete picture of the intervention – vetted/produce by NGO staff, and quality of written report important.
  • - That said, the process very clearly flags up issues which were repeatedly experienced across the IF portfolio.
4 main findings
4 main findings
  • In most NGOs, incomes have not yet increased sufficiently to significantly change the income sources of BHHs, or graduate them from extreme poverty.
4 main findings1
4 main findings

2. Safety nets are not being distributed to BHHs across the portfolio, although there are promising signs from service providers in some projects .

4 th main finding and other barriers
4th main finding and other barriers
  • 3. Illness was generally seen by BHHs as the most significant hindrances to success with the project.
  • Other shared experiences in barriers to graduation
  • 4. However, there have been notable improvements in nutrition in at least half of the NGOs.
how this information has already been used
How this information has already been used

1. Shiree is developing a safety nets advocacy package focused on the dependent poor

2. Shiree is looking to streamline good practice with the dependent poor in all new projects

3. Shiree is developing IGA economic analysis resources for new and existing partners

4. NGOs are responding to findings on their own terms (!!!)

main findings
Main findings

Recurring themes

- Illness

- Safety nets

- Dependent poor

New developments

- Incomes

- Asset diversification

- Consumption of produce

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