Tag: Theory of Change

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Water Security Hub: developing a theory of change for a major research programme

Lucy Gray introduces INTRAC’s work to lead the revision of the GCRF Water Security HUb’s theory of change.

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INTRAC Newsletter November 2019

Download our latest newsletter issue, which reflects on INTRAC’s place in the aid sector

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Theory of Change for Planning and Impact Assessment – March 2019

This course introduces the elements of Theory of Change and offers the opportunity for participants to apply and experiment with […]

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Newly Updated Resource Database – Now Includes The Entire Catalogue Of Publications!

INTRAC has been producing publications and resources since 1994. With a focus on civil society development, concerning all areas of […]

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Theory of Change for Planning and Impact Assessment – October 2018

This course introduces the elements of Theory of Change and offers the opportunity for participants to apply and experiment with […]

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INTRAC Newsletter February 2018

Our first Newsletter of 2018. Including all the latest INTRAC news, views and blogs.

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Terre des Hommes: an organisation-wide theory of change

Since April 2017, Elanor Jackson and Alison Napier have been working with Terre des Hommes (Tdh) to develop programmatic and […]

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Tailored coaching and mentoring on impact assessment for Freedom from Torture UK

From September to November 2017, INTRAC supported Freedom from Torture in the UK with their M&E and impact assessment process, […]

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INTRAC Newsletter June 2017

In this issue, INTRAC Chief Executive, Helen Mealins, discusses governance, citizen participation and accountability. Our guest contributors, Suzana Kirandziska and […]

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Monitoring and evaluation system for the Climate and Development Knowledge Network

INTRAC has led on the design and delivery of Monitoring, Evaluation and Impact Assessment (MEIA) for the Climate and Development […]

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Monitoring and Evaluation Planning Series

A special series of short papers dealing with the central area of planning for monitoring and evaluation. This is in recognition that planning and M&E are closely linked, and that effective planning is often a pre-condition for effective M&E.

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Mixed methods evaluation of Syrian Active Citizens Programme, British Council – Syria

The evaluation (April 2015 – March 2016) aimed to assess the impact of the British Council’s flagship citizenship initiative – […]

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