Intentional stakeholder outreach using Outcome Mapping Korapin Tohtubtiang, Rainer Assé, Fred Unger, Jeffrey Gilbert and D...
Presentation Overview 
•Outcome Mapping (OM) and its essence 
•EcoZD project 
•The process of outcomes 
•A close look at o...
Outcome Mapping & Its Essence A participatory planning, monitoring, and evaluation tool which emphasises : 
•Outcomes = Ch...
•An actor-centred participatory planning, M&E tool. 
•Outcomes = changes in KAP & behaviour of targeted stakeholders 
•Put...
Tools and tips Internal exchange of info. & understanding Participatory Process with BPs Adapting & Planning interaction 
...
Cambodia 
Partners: 
•Centre for Livestock Development (CelAgrid, NGO) 
•Department of Animal Health & Production 
•Depart...
Indonesia 
Partners: 
•Centre for Veterinary & Analytical Studies (CIVAS) 
•Disease Investigation Centre Denpasar 
•Other ...
Thailand-Vietnam 
Partners: 
•Chiang Mai University, Veterinary Faculty 
•Department of Livestock Development 
•National I...
„EcoHealth Resource Centres‟ 
Partners: 
•Chiang Mai University, Thailand 
•Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia ...
A Journey of Outcomes 
Layer 1: Relationship between EcoZD project & 8 teams to influence teams‟ changes in knowledge, att...
A Journey of Outcomes Progress Markers (PMs) are a set of gradual development of Boundary Partners (BPs) towards expected ...
Outcomes & capacity building 
•Attitude & Knowledge Changes 
 Toward transdisciplinary 
 Systems Thinking, an essential ...
Outcomes & capacity building Community animal health workers in Bali
Better practices in slaughterhouses March 2012 August 2012
Changing ways of research
Conclusion: for research outputs to lead to impacts 
•The lack of evidence on how livestock research can be translated int...
EcoZD Project For more information, please visit: www.ilri.org http://aghealth.wordpress.com
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Intentional stakeholder outreach using Outcome Mapping: Ecosystem approaches to the better management of zoonotic emerging infectious diseases in the Southeast Asia region (EcoZD) project

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Presented by Korapin Tohtubtiang, Rainer Assé, Fred Unger, Jeffrey Gilbert and Delia Grace at the 2014 EcoHealth conference, Montreal, Canada, 11-15 August 2014.

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Intentional stakeholder outreach using Outcome Mapping: Ecosystem approaches to the better management of zoonotic emerging infectious diseases in the Southeast Asia region (EcoZD) project

  1. 1. Intentional stakeholder outreach using Outcome Mapping Korapin Tohtubtiang, Rainer Assé, Fred Unger, Jeffrey Gilbert and Delia Grace Ecosystem Approaches to the Better Management of Zoonotic Emerging Infectious Diseases in the Southeast Asia Region (EcoZD) project EcoHealth 2014 conference Montreal, Canada 11-15 August 2014
  2. 2. Presentation Overview •Outcome Mapping (OM) and its essence •EcoZD project •The process of outcomes •A close look at outcomes and their links with capacity building •Conclusion
  3. 3. Outcome Mapping & Its Essence A participatory planning, monitoring, and evaluation tool which emphasises : •Outcomes = Changes in attitude, knowledge, practices, behaviour of target stakeholders. Changes in personal and organisational levels Changes contribute to impact •Outsides = Target stakeholders or Boundary Partners (BPs) What is Outcome Mapping? Source: Outcome Mapping Learning Community
  4. 4. •An actor-centred participatory planning, M&E tool. •Outcomes = changes in KAP & behaviour of targeted stakeholders •Putting learning and people at the centre of development 4 Source: www.outcomemapping.ca
  5. 5. Tools and tips Internal exchange of info. & understanding Participatory Process with BPs Adapting & Planning interaction •Understand purposes •Stakeholder analysis •Progress Makers development/ confirmation •Self-assessment •Feedbacks from Boundary Partners •Using Progress Markers as a framework •Improve strategies based on feedbacks received
  6. 6. Cambodia Partners: •Centre for Livestock Development (CelAgrid, NGO) •Department of Animal Health & Production •Department of Communicable Disease Control China Partners: •Academy of Grassland & Animal Sciences •Animal Science & Veterinary Institute •Agriculture University •Institute of Endemic Disease Control & Prevention Is bloody diarrhoea related to animals & animal source food? Is brucellosis emerging in Yunan?
  7. 7. Indonesia Partners: •Centre for Veterinary & Analytical Studies (CIVAS) •Disease Investigation Centre Denpasar •Other experts Lao PDR Partners: •Department of Livestock Production, MAF •Department of Hygiene & Prevention, MoH •National Agriculture & Forestry Research Institute Is killing dogs the best way to stop rabies in Bali? Are pigs a health risk for smallholder pig farmers?
  8. 8. Thailand-Vietnam Partners: •Chiang Mai University, Veterinary Faculty •Department of Livestock Development •National Institute of Veterinary Research, Hanoi •Sub-department of Animal Health, Hanoi Partners: •Pasteur Institute •Nong Lam University •Department of Animal Health Vietnam How can health and environmental risks of slaughtering poultry be reduced? Does agro-ecosystem drive leptospirosis?
  9. 9. „EcoHealth Resource Centres‟ Partners: •Chiang Mai University, Thailand •Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia ‟
  10. 10. A Journey of Outcomes Layer 1: Relationship between EcoZD project & 8 teams to influence teams‟ changes in knowledge, attitude, and practices (KAP). A Two-layer assessment process CAM CHI LAO EHRC CMU JTV VTN IND EHRC UGM ILRI- EcoZD Slaughterhouse Owners Students Para professional Layer 1 Layer 2 Layer 2: Relationship between teams & their Boundary Partners (BPs) to support BPs‟ changes in KAP.
  11. 11. A Journey of Outcomes Progress Markers (PMs) are a set of gradual development of Boundary Partners (BPs) towards expected outcomes. PMs are collaboratively developed between EcoZD project & BPs Layer 1 Progress Markers PMs for all teams are under 3 key themes: •Understanding and applying EcoHealth principles •Communicating research findings •Networking & policy engagement
  12. 12. Outcomes & capacity building •Attitude & Knowledge Changes  Toward transdisciplinary  Systems Thinking, an essential for research New perspective on definition of policy and its connection with do-able policy engagement. Layer 1 Outcomes
  13. 13. Outcomes & capacity building Community animal health workers in Bali
  14. 14. Better practices in slaughterhouses March 2012 August 2012
  15. 15. Changing ways of research
  16. 16. Conclusion: for research outputs to lead to impacts •The lack of evidence on how livestock research can be translated into development impact •The importance of research “pre-requisite”s: research management, research methods •The need for an intentional approach to research to use that considers policy and practice
  17. 17. EcoZD Project For more information, please visit: www.ilri.org http://aghealth.wordpress.com

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