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Evaluating and Reflecting on the Map-making Process. Tools for Success. By: Nigel Crawhall. Unit: M15U01. Adopting a methodology. There are different methodologies for planning, monitoring and evaluating projects.

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evaluating and reflecting on the map making process

Evaluating and Reflecting on the Map-making Process

Tools for Success

By: Nigel Crawhall

Unit: M15U01

adopting a methodology
Adopting a methodology
  • There are different methodologies for planning, monitoring and evaluating projects.
  • Adopting a particular method helps to be consistent and check key points in the planning and assessment tool kit.
  • Logical Framework (ZOPP) and Appreciative Inquiry are examples.
scale of results
Scale of results
  • Development goal: This is the overall positive, long-term result the community seeks.
  • Project purpose: This is the immediate outcome of implementing this project and should contribute to the development goal.
  • Results/objectives: A project purpose is made up of smaller steps and outputs which together assure that the project purpose is achieved.
planning monitoring evaluation
Planning, monitoring & evaluation
  • Planning, monitoring and evaluation are all part of one process.
  • Planning sets the objectives.
  • Monitoring helps check that the objectives are on track.
  • Evaluation measures whether the overall project purpose has been met.
  • Evaluation also provides a chance to reflect on the overall process and empowerment.
planning
Planning
  • Adopt a methodology appropriate to the context.
  • Develop an analysis of the negative situation that should be solved.
  • Specify the target group (i.e. those in the community who will do the actions).
  • Identify levels of desired results: development goal, project purpose, results leading to the project purpose
monitoring
Monitoring
  • Every result in the project needs an indicator to help determine whether you are achieving the result as planned.
  • Indicators should at least give quantity, quality, time and location for the result.
  • Monitoring involves collecting data as events happen.
  • Objectively verifiable indicators (OVIs) make your work transparent to donors, the whole community and others.
evaluation
Evaluation
  • Evaluation can be summative (i.e. what happened?) or formative (i.e. what does this tell you for the future?).
  • Projects are evaluated against their project purpose and result indicators.
  • Evaluation can look at the impact caused by the project (which may sometimes be unintentional).
  • Evaluation can look at processes, including human dynamics and empowerment.