In the last years, the expectation that development projects focus more on their impacts (rather than just the smooth implementation of the project measures) has risen dramatically. Organisations and project staff struggle with high expectations to prove "impact" and with a multitude of definitions, concepts, and tools on the market. They face with questions such as:
- What makes up the impact chain of a project showing the underlying theory of change?
- How can we keep an eye on unplanned and even negative impacts of our project?
This workshop will answer the above questions, and specifically, will enhance your ability to plan systematically in an impact-oriented way.
What will you learn in this workshop?
- A better understanding of the significance of "Theory of Change" in the field of development cooperation and for the concrete project work.
- How to increase the impact of your project by practicing impact-oriented project planning
- Steps to develop a Theory of Change
Who is this workshop for:
Participants shall be from organisations dealing with projects and programmes of development cooperation in all fields being responsible or involved in activities of project cycle management. Knowledge of formalized planning procedures like log frame-planning and the use of project cycle management is neither required nor will be taught.
Further information can be found: https://www.kkstiftung.de/en/workshops/current-workshops/how-to-plan-a-project/index.htm