GIS Mapping of community Micro-projects
Participatory Impact Monitoring
GIS Mapping of community Micro-projects
Participatory Impact Monitoring
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13 - 11 - 2019
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Training Outline: Module 200

Title: Participatory Impact Monitoring (PIM)
Code: Module 200
Application Context: CDD micro-projects, Support to Local Development Project and NRM projects
Target Group MAT’s, SCSG’s
Training Objective The participants should be able to monitor project impact on social, cultural and economic aspects of the project
Training Specific Objectives The trainer should be able to demonstrate to the trainee how to:
• Understand the impacts from community development intervention through participatory observation, measurement and analysis
• Facilitating community to learn and assess impacts on their own by developing and utilizing participatory indicators.
• To capacitate people to gather impact information and document it, using participatory tools, so as to create a timeline of information on various participatory chosen indicators.
• To help the facilitating organization learn from the community’s understanding of impacts, using participatory mechanisms/tools, to facilitate the project interventions based on these understandings.
• Relate and utilize impacts findings in planning and implementing future interventions
Training Units / Content • Stage 1: Define the geographic and time limits of the project
• Stage 2: Define the questions to be answered
• Stage 3: Identify and prioritize locally-defined impact indicator
• Stage 4: Decide on the Method to use
• Stage 5: Decide which sampling method and sample size
• Stage 6: Develop a Impact Monitoring Plan
• Stage 7: Assessing Project Attribution
• Stage 8: Triangulation
• Stage 9: Feedback and Validation
Training Resources 1. Brainstorming
2. Group discussions
3. Questionnaires
4. Question, comments and answer session
5. Reference Materials
Resource Content
  • Project Area
  • Training Programme
    -   Basic Entrepreneurship and Value Chain Mechanism
    -   Participatory Integrated Community Development
    -   Participatory Impact Monitoring
    -   County Steering Group
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