Outcome mapping is increasingly used as an innovative way to approach project designing, planning, monitoring and evaluation. It helps one better understand the “development journey” by measuring the changes of behaviours, relationships, and actions of the people and organisations with whom a development initiative works most closely. Outcome Mapping works on the principle that development is essentially about people and that it involves complex and non-linear processes. It recognises that development efforts will more likely be successful when continuing responsibility is given to local people and local institutions.
Place: Berlin Date: 17th and 18th November 2011, from 9:00 to 17:30
Venue: to be confirmed
Special Discounts: We offer group discounts to members of the same organisation for bookings for the same training course (same date and location): 1st spot - full price 2nd spot - 10% discount 3rd spot and thereafter - 15% discount.
If you have a larger number of people with a similar training requirement, you may wish to consider an in-house course. Please note that group discounts cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount.
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