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Stepwise Procedure of Introducing and Implementing PIM. Deciding on corrective measures and future PIM. Deciding on impacts to be monitored / assessed. Analysing results in joint reflection with stakeholders. Collecting and processing data and information.

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Stepwise Procedure of Introducing and Implementing PIM

Deciding oncorrectivemeasures andfuture PIM

Deciding onimpacts to bemonitored /assessed

Analysingresults in jointreflection withstakeholders

Collecting andprocessing dataand information

Examiningexisting M&E data on impacts

Pre-testingindicators andsurvey methods

Agreeing onthe objectivesof PIM

Identifying ex-pectations andfears regardingimpacts

Formulatingimpacthypotheses

Deciding onsample size andcomposition

Developingindicatorsandsurvey methods

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Objectives of Participatory Impact Monitoring (PIM)

Improvingprojectsteering

Promotinglearningprocesses

Promotingcapacitybuilding

Improvinginteraction

PIM:the continuous observation,

systematic documentation,

and critical reflection of

project impact, done byproject staff and target groups,

using own survey results

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Identifying expectations and fears regarding project impact

PRMP’sexpectationsand fears

IFAD’sexpectationsand fears

Target groups’expectationsand fears

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Formulating Impact Hypotheses (example)

Impact:Increased number of foodself-sufficient farm households

Extensionservices

Loans

Influenceof groupsformed byproject

Irrigationservices

Familyplanning pro-gramme (re-duction ofbirth rate)

Exchangeof experiencewithin thecommunity

Welfarepolicy (pro-motion for the poor, e.g.subsidies)

Access toagricultureand forestryservices

Loansfrom otherinstitutions

Externalfactors

Project activitiesand outputs

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Composition of the Sample: ‘With’ / ‘Without Project’ Approach

Villageswith  5 yearsof project

Villageswith  1 yearof project

Villageswith  5 yearsof project

Villageswith  1 yearof project

AdditionalPRMP/IFAD input

PRMP’s /IFAD’simpact

Role ofwomen

+Otherprogrammes

Foodsecurity

Role ofwomen

Otherprogrammes

Foodsecurity

Capacityof VDBs

+Otherexternalfactors

+Otherexternalfactors

Capacityof VDBs

Quality ofservices

Quality ofservices

DIFFERENCES INOBSERVED CHANGES

DIFFERENTINPUTS

PRMP

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Indicator sheet

IMPACT

Finally agreed formulation of the positive ornegative change to be observed

DEFINITIONS

Definition of key terms used in the impactformulation

INDICATOR(S)

Detailed description of impact, largely basedon the definition of key terms

RESPONDENT(S)

Who is most knowledgeable about theimpact, who else should be asked

METHOD(S)

Which tools are going to be used to measurethe indicator(s)

SAMPLING

How the respondents are selected, how bigthe sample size is

INDICATOR RATIONALEAND LIMITATIONS

Why it is a good indicator, which aspects are covered by the indicator, which are not

INSTRUCTIONS FORDATA COLLECTION

Interview guideline (questionnaire), instruc-tion on how to facilitate the RRA / PRA tool

INSTRUCTIONS FORDATA PROCESSING

Instruction on how to document, store, and present data / information

LIMITATIONS OF THEMETHOD(S)

Assessment of the user-friendliness andcost-effectiveness of the method

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