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1 Outcome mapping

2 Outcome Mapping Developed by the evaluation unit of Developed by the evaluation unit of

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4 Outcome Mapping Development is a journey

5 Outcome Mapping “ Being attentive along the journey is as important as, and critical to, arriving at the destination” Michael Quinn Patton “ Being attentive along the journey is as important as, and critical to, arriving at the destination” Michael Quinn Patton

6 The Development Journey ●Here is the way we want our part of the world to be. ●Here is the path we will take to contribute ●Here are the partners we depend on for progress. ●What strategies will we use to help our partners progress? ●Here is our sphere of influence (direct interaction) ●Here’s how we will know how things are progressing. ●What do we have to change in ourselves? The Development Journey ●Here is the way we want our part of the world to be. ●Here is the path we will take to contribute ●Here are the partners we depend on for progress. ●What strategies will we use to help our partners progress? ●Here is our sphere of influence (direct interaction) ●Here’s how we will know how things are progressing. ●What do we have to change in ourselves?

7 Development is a journey: ●Here is the way we want our part of the world to be. VISION ●Here is the path we will take to contribute MISSION ●Here are the partners we depend on for progress PARTNERS ●What strategies will we use to help our partners progress? STRATEGIES ●Here is our sphere of influence (direct interaction) OUTCOMES ●Here’s how we will know how things are progressing. M&E ●What do we have to change in ourselves? REFLECTION Development is a journey: ●Here is the way we want our part of the world to be. VISION ●Here is the path we will take to contribute MISSION ●Here are the partners we depend on for progress PARTNERS ●What strategies will we use to help our partners progress? STRATEGIES ●Here is our sphere of influence (direct interaction) OUTCOMES ●Here’s how we will know how things are progressing. M&E ●What do we have to change in ourselves? REFLECTION

8 Outcome Mapping – experience 1.Development research organisations only contribute to change. 2.Lasting change occurs when ownership and control move from the external organisation to local actors and organisations. 3.Many assessments provide very little useful feedback to help improve performance. 4.Development of learning capacities within organisations is often ignored 1.Development research organisations only contribute to change. 2.Lasting change occurs when ownership and control move from the external organisation to local actors and organisations. 3.Many assessments provide very little useful feedback to help improve performance. 4.Development of learning capacities within organisations is often ignored

9 Outcome Mapping - principles 1.Planning for and assessing both external results and internal performance leads to successful projects. 2.Planning, monitoring & evaluation are cyclical 3.Systematic self-assessment is a consciousness raising, consensus building and empowerment tool for those working on a project. 1.Planning for and assessing both external results and internal performance leads to successful projects. 2.Planning, monitoring & evaluation are cyclical 3.Systematic self-assessment is a consciousness raising, consensus building and empowerment tool for those working on a project.

10 Outcome Mapping – Central Concept Development is accomplished through changes in the behaviour of people

11 Outcome Mapping – Central Concept Direction of Influence Boundary Partners Development is accomplished through changes in the behaviour of people Development Research Institution ILRI Partner Institution IPSARD Partner Institution MARD Beneficiaries Community Members Pig Farmers Oxfam GB Ultimate Beneficiaries

12 Outcome Mapping – Boundary Partner Boundary partners are Those individuals, groups, or organisations with whom the program interacts directly and with whom the program can anticipate opportunities for influence Boundary partners are Those individuals, groups, or organisations with whom the program interacts directly and with whom the program can anticipate opportunities for influence

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14 Outcome Mapping – Central Concept ●By using OM a program will not be claiming the achievement of development impacts but rather contributions to the achievement of outcomes. ●These outcomes will enhance the possibility of development impacts ●By using OM a program will not be claiming the achievement of development impacts but rather contributions to the achievement of outcomes. ●These outcomes will enhance the possibility of development impacts

15 Outcome Mapping – Central Concept OUTCOMES Changes in the behaviour, relationships, activities and/or actions of the people, groups and organizations with whom a program works directly. OUTCOMES Changes in the behaviour, relationships, activities and/or actions of the people, groups and organizations with whom a program works directly.

16 Outcome Mapping – Central Concept Direction of Influence Boundary Partners Development is accomplished through changes in the behaviour of people Development Research Institution ILRI Partner Institution IPSARD Partner Institution MARD Beneficiaries Community Members Pig Farmers Resources Technical expertise Capacity building Research info Awareness Advocacy Farmer friendly Policy Informed Extension Supply of quality pigs Ultimate Beneficiaries

17 Outcome Mapping Stages in developing the map Stages in developing the map

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19 BOUNDARY PARTNERS Vision Outcome Challenges Outcome Mapping: Main Elements Strategies Organisational Practices Progress Markers Mission

20 Outcome challenge District level Government personnel serving rural farmers The IRD program intends to see district level government staff within the MAFF, MRD and MEnv being regarded with respect by local farmers because of the contribution they are making to help meet their needs as farmers. The government staff themselves are gaining increasing levels of satisfaction with their work. They have increasing opportunity to be actively engaged in work they have been trained in and are included within the IRD program Planning and monitoring meetings. They are also becoming more involved in activities relevant to the local farmer’s needs, such as land use mapping, data collection, and technical support, including marketing.

21 Progress Markers District level Government personnel serving rural farmers A. Expect to see (Indicating reactive participation) 1 Involved in IRD training opportunities 2 Participating in IRD Planning, monitoring and evaluation sessions 3Engaged in community land use mapping and Agro-ecosystem Analysis 4Routinely collecting relevant agriculture data B. Like to see (Indicating more active learning or engagement) 5Regularly meeting with farmers on their farms 6Facilitating on-farm trials by farmers 7Leading out in formal training sessions with farmers 8Providing appropriate technical advice to farmers 9Networking with other organisations to increase their knowledge, skills and expertise 10Advocating with higher levels of government on behalf of farmers C. Love to see (Indicating profound, transformational change) 11Being coached, mentored and involved in appropriate performance management approaches. 12Being fully supported in their work by government funds

22 STRATEGY MAPS Aimed at the Boundary Partner Aimed at the Boundary Partner`s Environment StrategySupportivePersuasiveCausal I-1 Direct Output E-1 Alter physical or regulatory environment I-2 Arouse New Skills/ Thinking I-3 Supporter who guides change over time E-2 Modify the information system E-3 Create / Strengthen a Peer Network

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24 Outcome Mapping – M&E ●A program’s contributions to development are planned and assessed based on its influence on partners with whom it is working to effect change.

25 Outcome Mapping – M&E ●Focusing monitoring and evaluation on changes in partners illustrates that, although a program can influence the achievement of outcomes, it cannot control them because ultimate responsibility for change rests with its partners

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