How theories of change contribute to Livestock and Fish research monitoring
July 17, 2015 Editor 0
Livestock and Fish is a complex program characterized by multiple projects spread over a vast geography currently covering nine countries (value chains).
Its delivery of research and development outcomes depends on the creation of pro-poor technological innovations (product lines) and strategic collaboration with a diverse set of actors (researchers, development actors, governments and donors) to facilitate uptake of the innovations at scale.
Recognizing the program’s complexity, a different sort of results-oriented monitoring and evaluation framework is required.
In this report, Keith Child and colleagues share the program’s experience with a theory of change (ToC) approach to monitoring and evaluation.
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