Monitoring civil society advocacy: a guide for the water sector


December 22, 2020

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The PMEL processes within Watershed have strived to be as adaptive, inclusive and reflective as possible. The tools used have seen many changes and adaptations throughout the Watershed life cycle in order to meet the needs of both the users and the programme.
Since the inception phase, four primary tools have been used to monitor progress and learning: theories of change (ToCs), capacity self-assessments (CSAs) and capacity action plans (CAPs), qualitative information system ladders (QIS) and outcome harvesting. How these tools were used was adapted and refined throughout the programme.

Author: Danny Joyce Anita van der Laan Conny Hoitink Rene van Lieshout

Location: GlobalNL

Language: English

Type: Tool/training material/ Manual/guidelines

084-202015Watershed_PMEL_Legacy_Docdef.pdf