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  1. Evaluation and ROMA methodology

  2. Whyweneedit? Excurssion to theevaluationtheory

  3. What to evaluate? • Outputs • Outcomes • Impacts • Process

  4. Exercise Destinguishoutputs/outcomes and resultsofthe case study from Brno

  5. Typesofevaluation • Processevaluation • Outcomesevaluation • Program´s impact evaluation • Prospectiveresearch study • Formative assessment • Sumativeassement

  6. What type ofevaluationwouldyou use foryournetworks´activities? Why?

  7. How to evaluate – design and methods

  8. Whatis ROMA R – RAPID (research and policy in Developmentprogramme) • isone of many teams at the Overseas Development Institute (independent, global think tank, working for a sustainable and peaceful world in which every person thrives) O – outcome M – mapping • OutcomeMaping was developed by the InternationalDevelopment Research Centre (IDRC) as a wayof planning international development workand measuring its results. • The focus is on changes in behaviour,relationships, actions and activities in the people,groups and organizations it works with directly. • set of tools or guidancethat steers project or programme teams through aniterative process to identify their desired change andto work collaboratively to bring it about. A – approach

  9. Rationale Why ROMA? once equipped with : • a set of simple stepsto formulate and implement a plan, • sufficientskills and appropriate tools. For these seeking to: • effect change could navigate incomplex environment and • improve thelikelihood of their evidence being listened to andincorporated into policy and practice.

  10. ROMA Approach