Presented by Boru Douthwaite, Principal Scientist on the CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems (AAS) at WorldFish.
Working with staff and stakeholders to think through how research can bring about development outcomes can change how projects and partnerships are planned, implemented, monitored and evaluated to increase their likelihood of success. Experience from the CGIAR shows that realizing this potential depends on facilitation and timing more than theory and formats. This seminar examines the important dos and don’ts of using theory of change to foster change from experience from two CGIAR programs.
Boru Douthwaite was previously the former Innovation and Impact Director at the Challenge Program on Water and Food and a Senior Scientist at CIAT, where he developed the Participatory Impact Pathways Analysis (PIPA) approach, which is used by the STEPS Centre’s projects.
This seminar is being held jointly with the Centre for Development Impact.
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