Qualitative aspects ofresults measurement inconflict-affectedenvironmentsSDC, Thun, 15 May 2013www.Enterprise-Development....
Key elements in the DCED Standardwww.Enterprise-Development.org1. Articulating the results chain2. Defining the indicators...
Programme facilitatestraining to small scalefarmersSmall scale farmersincrease knowledge ofpost-harvest practicesProgramme...
Who is using the DCED Standard?www.Enterprise-Development.org
www.Enterprise-Development.orgQualitative information is essential for…• Project management• Systemic change• Assessing pa...
www.Enterprise-Development.orgNever have numbers without a storyImage from freeimageslive.co.uk
www.Enterprise-Development.orgExample from SEED programme in Somalia• Early warning signs of conflict– Boycott of programm...
The DCED provides some support• The Standard (EFS), Walk-through,FAQs etc.• Guidance for use of the Standard inCAEs• Imple...
For more information, please visit the DCEDwebsite > DCED Guidance > DCEDStandard for Results Measurementwww.Enterprise-De...
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Results Measurement in Conflict-Affected environments

  1. 1. Qualitative aspects ofresults measurement inconflict-affectedenvironmentsSDC, Thun, 15 May 2013www.Enterprise-Development.orgJim Tanburn, Coordinator, DCEDTanburn@Enterprise-Development.org
  2. 2. Key elements in the DCED Standardwww.Enterprise-Development.org1. Articulating the results chain2. Defining the indicators of change3. Good measurement practices4. Handling attribution5. Wider change in the system or market6. Relating to programme costs7. Reporting results8. Managing the system
  3. 3. Programme facilitatestraining to small scalefarmersSmall scale farmersincrease knowledge ofpost-harvest practicesProgramme facilitatesinputs to target groupson creditSmall scale farmers useimproved inputsFarmers improvepost-harvest practicesIncreased yieldof paddy riceYoung people better ableto provide for themselvesand their familiesIncreased social status ofyoung peopleBetter inter-generationalrelationsLess conflictCommunity do notunderstand how beneficiarieswere selectedJealousy, frustration andtensions in communityIncreased conflictFarmers see benefits ofimproved practices andinputsFarmers purchase inputsfrom commercialsuppliers in futureAn example of a results chain in a CAEwww.Enterprise-Development.org
  4. 4. Who is using the DCED Standard?www.Enterprise-Development.org
  5. 5. www.Enterprise-Development.orgQualitative information is essential for…• Project management• Systemic change• Assessing participant satisfaction• Assessing unexpected results of project(positive and negative)• Estimating impact of project on conflict• Attribution
  6. 6. www.Enterprise-Development.orgNever have numbers without a storyImage from freeimageslive.co.uk
  7. 7. www.Enterprise-Development.orgExample from SEED programme in Somalia• Early warning signs of conflict– Boycott of programme meetings by invited parties– Unofficial meetings with a negative agendaconvened locally to discuss the Programme– Reluctance by state officials/interestgroups/beneficiaries to participate in Programmeinterventions– Expression of grievances/discontent aroundresource distribution
  8. 8. The DCED provides some support• The Standard (EFS), Walk-through,FAQs etc.• Guidance for use of the Standard inCAEs• Implementation Guidelines, casestudies, Reader (English/French) ...• Consultant market-placewww.Enterprise-Development.org
  9. 9. For more information, please visit the DCEDwebsite > DCED Guidance > DCEDStandard for Results Measurementwww.Enterprise-Development.org/page/measuring-and-reporting-results
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