In the framework of the Diaspora Impact on Africa’s Development (DIAD) month, ADEPT, in partnership with Djaïli Mbock, is pleased to invite you to attend a training session, with the aim to introduce you to the notion of impact assessment applied to local development projects in Africa.
This training will be held online on Saturday 20 November from 09 am CET to 2 pm CET (Brussels, Paris) via Zoom. Participation is free but registration is required.
It is designed to be interactive and is therefore limited to 15 people. It will be conducted in French, with simultaneous translation into English.
Why assess the impact of a development project?
Impact includes all significant and lasting changes, positive and negative, planned or unforeseen, on people, groups and their environment, having a causal link with the action taken.
Some effects are difficult to anticipate. However, a methodology exists that consists of identifying the issues, the actors, the stakeholders…(leaders, chiefs, groups of elected officials) whose areas of uncertainty need to be analysed in order to develop strategies to deal with unforeseen events.
This training will focus on the results of a project, i.e. the evaluation of the impact of a project. Thus, one should be able to answer the following questions: Did we achieve what we wanted? What did we want to achieve? What was the real impact of a project?
This training will enable you to :
– Develop a reflective approach before launching the project.
– Identify and take into account all the stakeholders in the project.
– Define indicators that will be used to monitor and evaluate the project.
– Measure the impact of the project.
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