Category: Designing, Implementing, Monitoring & Evaluating Projects

  • An Overview of Tactical Mapping
    • A comprehensive history of tactical mapping as a tool, as well as some detailed examples of its application.
  • Assessing Effectiveness and Making Refinements
    • This chapter shows you how you will use the outcome evaluation plan developed in the first chapter to identify what changes (e.g., in knowledge, attitudes, or behavior) occurred as a result of the program. Together, the progress and outcome evaluations will tell you how the program is functioning and why. This section will help you revise your plans and conduct outcome evaluation.
  • Developing and Pretesting Concepts, Messages, and Materials
    • This chapter is showing the importance and the purpose of developing and pretesting messages and materials . The chapter will show different steps of developping and pretesting messages and materials. in this chapter you will find also actions required in each step of developping and pretesting.
  • Developing the Project Design Document
    • This is the key document that any organisation may use to evaluate a project's potential and judge its merit.
  • Implementing the Program
    • This chapter is showing different steps of implimenting a program.
  • Organizational Development: Program Design and Management
    • This module will enable a manager to understand the various components of program design, implementation, and management; recognize key elements in proposal preparation; use participatory processes more effectively; understand the links between programs and organizational goals; use various formats for planning, monitoring, or resource allocation with greater ease; and recognize how well-designed program plans can be used to market the organization.
  • Planner's Guide
    • This planner's guide was developped by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to guide communication program planning. It may serve as a guide for DPOs and differents organisations in planning and implementing their own projects.
  • Planning and communication strategy
    • This chapter is showing how planning is the foundation for your entire health communication program and how it will enable your program to produce meaningful results instead of just boxes of materials. The chapter will show you different steps of planning and actions required in each step.
  • Reflective Peacebuilding: A Planning, Monitoring, and Learning Toolkit
    • The tools were designed by practitioners and scholar-practitioners for use at the community-level. They were developed over several years, as part of a learning collaboration between Catholic Relief Services (CRS’) program staff in Southeast Asia, and faculty and students at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies. They have had hands-on testing with practitioners from around the globe.
  • Results-Oriented Assistance: A USAID Sourcebook
    • This guide aims to create a user friendly resource for USAID staff and Development Partners [e.g., private voluntary organizations (PVOs), non-governmental organizations (NGOs), cooperative development organizations, educational institutions, and private firms] on USAID's programming policies and procedures. Although it is designed for USAID groups, it is general enough to be applicable to other NGOs.
  • Stories of Impact
    • Read these stories of New Tactics in Action that practitioners have shared.
  • Tactical Mapping: How Nonprofits Can Identify the Levers of Change
    • Tactical mapping is a method of visualizing the relationships and institutions that surround, receive benefit from, and sustain human-rights abuses (although this article focuses specifically on human rights, tactical mapping can also be used for a range of issues on which nonprofits work).