‘Theory of Change – A Journey to Underlying Assumptions’
Date: 29 January 2021
Time: 10:00-11:00 am Vienna time (CET)
Location: Zoom online event (you need Internet access)
Price: 39€ incl. 1 month access to TripleFunds
For almost decades the logical framework approach (LFA) has been the major planning tool in international development but it has been challenged by a „new“ planning tool called Theory of Change (ToC). But what exactly is a ToC and why was it invented? And do development interventions really need a new planning tool? Have you ever questioned, whether all your planned project outputs/results will actually lead to your project outcome(s)?
The webinar will answer and relate to these questions and respond to additional ones raised by webinar participants. There is a lot to talk about designing a Theory of Change for projects and programmes and fortunately, there are useful guidelines available. We will finish off with a round of Q&A, where you can post your most burning questions.
In this webinar you will learn about:
- the Theory of Change approach in general
- the different components of a Theory of Change
- the ‘famous underlying assumptions’
What you get:
- live webinar session: 50 minutes presentation and 10 minutes Q&A session
- templates for the tools that we present
- audio recording after the webinar in case you cannot attend
- 30 days free access to our online funding database TripleFunds with over 4,000 grants and donors at the value of 39€ (Mini membership)
It is suitable for:
- Beginners and advanced development practitioners across all sectors who are interested in learning more about the ToC approach
- Students, program staff, fundraisers, and other folks from various walks of life interested in learning about ToC
How to book a seat:
- You can pay online with credit card or PayPal here in our Shop
- You can send us an email to office(a)triple-minds.com in case you prefer bank transfer
Karin Kohlweg is a monitoring and evaluation specialist with more than fifteen years of experience in development. She has extensive experience in planning, managing and implementing different types of evaluations, reviews studies, and meta-analysis in various sectors and topics. Karin was the Head of Evaluation of the Austrian Development Agency, in Austria, has worked for UNICEF Bangladesh, UNICEF Nepal, at the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology in Nürnberg, Germany and in 2018 founded her own company pme Kohlweg Consulting.
If you have some questions, please email us at office(a)triple-minds.com.