Why this course 

Today, development assistance places great emphasis on demonstrating impact.  Having a logical framework with impact indicators is a first step to design projects with impact in mind. The next step is measuring that impact in a robust manner with mix of quantitative and qualitative methods. This course will show what impact measurement methods are available, and how to plan and budget for impact assessments.


Course objectives 

By the end of this course, you will:

  • know how to select effective strategies for determining causal attribution of your programme impact
  • have an overview of available tools and platforms and learn how to select the right mix of methods
  • be able to specify the information collection and analysis tasks
  • be able to analyse, present and defend robust impact evaluation findings.

Course agenda


Day 1:

  • Basics of quality evaluation
  • Introduction to Impact Evaluation
  • Evaluation types and approaches and methods, evaluation design
  • Preparing for an evaluation – clarifying TOR


Day 2:

  • Qualitative evaluation methods
  • Theory of Change, Outcome Mapping, Most Significant Change
  • Choosing the Most Suitable Methods


Day 3:

  • Quantitative methods
  • Contribution versus Attribution analysis
  • Quantitative Data Analysis, Using Graphs
  • Data collection methods and tools


Day 4

  • Developing Good Questionnaires (online)
  • Formulating recommendations
  • Finalizing Evaluation report
  • Evaluation and Closure


Registrations end: 29 July 2019

Date: 6-9 Aug 2019

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

 Course fee: €870

For general information:

MDF Asia

Email: mdfasia@mdf.nl

Tel: 84 (0)24 6258 4438

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