The key to achieving many development outcomes lies in good programme design. This is more of an art than a science. In recent years we have supported individuals and organisations to design programmes with a stronger focus on change.
This includes developing tools and methodologies for working with teams on:
- Development of theories of change.
- Dynamic context analysis, including power analysis and adapted political economy analysis.
- Development of multi-stakeholder coalitions for change.
- Advocacy planning and skills.
- Approaches to influencing in complex contexts.
- Adaptive and iterative programming.
In addition to the above we put a strong emphasis on participatory approaches that put people at the heart of design processes.
We can also provide support on more traditional areas of programme cycle management and proposal development.
Theory of Change facilitator’s guide for Oxfam GB
Action Research and Advocacy Training for Women Participating in Public Life Programme
Dutch Consortium for Rehabilitation Advocacy training
Analytical Skills Training Programme in Central Asia
Assessing the performance of multi-stakeholder initiatives
Mon 6 March 2017 - Mon 1 May 2017
Online Advocacy and Policy Influencing - March - April 2017
Mon 13 March 2017 - Fri 17 March 2017
Theory of change for planning and impact assessment - March 2017