Theory of change elements. For whom? Defined by whom? Significant for whom?. LONG-TERM, LASTING CHANGES. Impact . SHORT-TERM CHANGES Sphere of direct influence – partners, collaborators , stakeholders immediate programme target groups. ISSUE, CONTEXT and DRIVERS
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For whom? Defined by whom? Significant for whom?
LONG-TERM, LASTING CHANGES
Sphere of direct influence – partners, collaborators, stakeholders
immediate programme target groups
ISSUE, CONTEXT and DRIVERS
Actors, networks in research,
policy and practice, power
Capacity of target
groups to respond
Receptiveness of context
Scaling up/out of changes in knowledge, attitude, skills , practices, policies through actor networks etc.
MEDIUM TERM CHANGES
Sphere of indirect influence – policy
shapers, knowledge networks, planners,
practitioners, stakeholder groups
Changes in e.g. practices , policies, allocations
Changes in e.g. knowledge, attitudes , skills, relationships
Sphere of control
What are the assumptions about the drivers of these changes, and the processes involved?
Take up and involvement by main actor / stakeholder groups
Outputs = products? Comms? Networks?
What needs to be happening to support this change?
Adapted from Morton, 2012, Montague, 2011
Isabel Vogel, CDI September 2012