Webinar: Top tips for developing and using a Theory of Change

Webinar: Top tips for developing and using a Theory of Change 

10th March 2020

SpeakerIsabel Vogel 

What the webinar covered:  

  1. Understanding why a Theory of Change is a useful strategy and evaluation tool for development projects and programmes,  

  1. Understanding the process of drawing up a robust and participatory Theory of Change,  

  1. Identifying how a Theory of Change can be used in practice,  

  1. Drawing from examples of how Theories of Change can be used well (and badly), 

  1. Identifying solutions to common problems that arise when you try to create a Theory of Change. 

About the speaker: 

Isabel Vogel is an independent consultant supporting organisations to achieve their goals through learning, evidence and innovation. Isabel has twenty years’ experience working with a Theory of Change approach, co-authoring practical Theory of Change guidelines such as HIVOS’ Theory of Change guidelines, DFID’s review of the use of Theory of Change in international development and ESPA’s guide to working with a Theory of Change for research projects. Isabel has supported many organisations, development practitioners and programme teams with Theory of Change for strategy development, monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL). In 2018, Isabel facilitated the development of the Theory of Change for the Global Challenges Research Fund, as part of the evaluation design. 

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