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Participatory impact assessment: a guide for practitioners

Source(s):  Feinstein International Center (FIC)

This guide aims to provide practitioners with a broad framework for carrying out project level Participatory Impact Assessments (PIA) of livelihoods interventions in the humanitarian sector. The proposed framework does not aim to provide a rigid or detailed step by step formula, or set of tools to carry out project impact assessments, but describes an eight stage approach, and presents examples of tools which may be adapted to different contexts.

The tools in the guide have been field tested over the past two years in a major research effort, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and involving five major humanitarian NGOs working across Africa.



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  • Participatory impact assessment: a guide for practitioners
  • Publication date 2008
  • Author(s) Catley, Andrew; Burns, John; Abebe, Davit; Suji, Omeno
  • Number of pages 63 p.

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