‘We are not researchers’ – Making M&E accessible

‘We are not researchers’ – Making M&E accessible

The increasing need for evidence of the impact of investments in social development, health and education programs places pressures on organisations and their staff. This is not unreasonable, but for many people, monitoring and evaluation remains an obscure subject, distant from the day-to-day activities of working with clients.

The art of making toolkits

The art of making toolkits

In the development sector, toolkits refer to a set of information that is brought together with the aim of providing guidelines for best practice or to orient the implementation of a model or service. The art of making toolkits During the past six months I have been...
More of what works

More of what works

I have received a few enquiries recently from organisations wishing to talk about how they can replicate projects that have achieved success in one location and offer potential elsewhere. This subject animates many people in the community sector. Here are some...