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Outcome mapping includes a series of planning, monitoring and evaluation activities which can be used in a developmental evaluation. Outcome mapping focuses on the changes in behaviour, actions and relationships of individuals, groups or organizations your initiative is working with directly and/or seeking to influence. The webinar is led by one of the co-creators of outcome mapping. This session will provide participants with a broad overview of outcome mapping and help them consider if it might be useful in their context.
Following the webinar, participants will be able to:
- Describe the main concepts of outcome mapping.
- Identify where to access outcome mapping resources.
DISCLAIMER: The opinions expressed by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies or views of Public Health Ontario, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by Public Health Ontario.
Presenter: Sarah Earl
For over 15 years, Sarah Earl has committed to a career in evaluation because, when used strategically, she has seen how its process and findings can contribute to profound organizational and social change. She works to make it a middle ground where creativity and evidence meet. At the YMCA of Greater Toronto, Sarah is currently leading developmental evaluations with signature youth programs and initiatives to grow the Association’s evaluation culture, capacities, and systems. At the International Development Research Centre, a research donor, Sarah developed innovative ways to measure how development assistance affects the communities involved and helped support evaluation field building in the global South. Sarah is a co-creator of outcome mapping, a method that evaluates the results of development work on people and organizations.
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