Monitoring & Evaluation - the RAPID approach

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A presentation from RAPID's John Young, outlining how the programme thinks about measuring policy influence through monitoring and evaluation.

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Monitoring & Evaluation - the RAPID approach

  1. 1. Measuring policy influence: like measuring thin air? John Young: j.young@odi.org.uk Arnaldo Pellini: a.pellini.ra@odi.org.uk
  2. 2. RAPID Power, Politics and evidence useKnowledge intermediariesand interactions Evidence production and communication
  3. 3. Policy processes are... Cabinet Donors Policy Formulation Agenda Parliament Setting Decision MakingCivil Society Monitoring and Ministries Evaluation Policy Implementation Private Sector
  4. 4. The Cynefn Framework4
  5. 5. Policy change • Discursive: Client- focused services • Attitudinal: Farmers have good ideas • Procedural: Participatory approaches to service development • Content: UU20, UU25. New guidelines • Behavioural: Approach being applied in practice5
  6. 6. Focus on behaviour changeProjectTeamOtherActors Inputs Activities Outputs Outcomes Outcome Outcomes Impact Impact Impact Behaviour 6 Change
  7. 7. RAPID Outcome Mapping Approach Media strategy Online communications Develop a network or partnership Academic research communications Policy advocacy coalition More research
  8. 8. Why do M&E?• To learn about what works• To manage better• To account: – to donors – to recipients8
  9. 9. Methods• Classical case studies (IDRC, IFPRI)• Episode studies (ODI/RAPID)• Stories of Change (Denning)• Micro-Narratives (Snowden)• Impact matrices (Davies)• Peer evaluations (CHSRF)• Systematic reviews?• RCTs?9
  10. 10. Outcome Mapping OUTCOME MAPPING: Building Learning and Reflection into Development Programs Sarah Earl, Fred Carden, and Terry Smutylo http://www.idrc.ca/en/ev-9330-201-1- DO_TOPIC.html10
  11. 11. Social Network Analysis11
  12. 12. RAPID Outcome Assessment12
  13. 13. A systematic approach1. Strategy and direction –are you doing the right thing?2. Management –are you doing what you planned to do?3. Outputs – are the outputs appropriate for the audience?4. Uptake – are people aware of your work?5. Outcomes and impacts –are you having any impact?13
  14. 14. M&E in ODI
  15. 15. Impact Logs & SoC15
  16. 16. 3ie PIM Project Evaluation Framework16
  17. 17. TTI Evaluation Framework
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