Date: November 16th, 8:30am -10:00am EDT
Panelists: Monalisa Salib (Deputy Chief of Party, USAID Learns in Vietnam, Social Impact) and Keith Symington (Technical Specialist, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in Vietnam)
Theories of Change are foundational to program design and implementation and yet very few resources exist to help development practitioners develop strong theories of change. When we posted the theory of change workbook to USAID Learning Lab, it was the most viewed resource of all time on the site.
Given that interest, we are hosting a webinar to share more about the workbook and answer any questions.
Please join us online on November 16th to learn how to create stronger theories of change that are locally-driven and context-specific. In this webinar, Monalisa Salib from Social Impact will take you through a five-step process for theory of change development and Keith Symington of IUCN will provide a real-world example from a Vietnam coastal conservation program. Participants will be exposed to a practical how-to theory of change workbook created under the USAID Learns contract in Vietnam.
Please come ready to participate and share your questions and insights on theory of change development! To learn more about the workbook, see this blog post on USAID Learning Lab.
Evidence for Impact is a webinar series hosted by Social Impact. The purpose of Evidence for Impact is to shine a spotlight on examples and innovations in generating and using evidence to improve program outcomes. It features program leaders and researchers who exchange ideas, experiences, and resources on how to make faster and more effective use of evidence and learning to drive programming and policy decisions.
Social Impact is a global management consulting firm that is dedicated to improving the effectiveness of programs through planning, monitoring, evaluation, and learning.
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