if you're interested in monitoring and evaluation, this webinar from DME for Peace should be interesting.
Since it was first presented in an article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review in 2011, the collective impact approach has quickly gained adherents among governments, foundations, and other donors who see it as a coherent framework to achieve large-scale social change through multi-sectoral collaboration. In the years since collective impact was first introduced, practitioners have tested the approach in a variety of contexts, allowing for a more critical assessment of collective impact’s strengths and limitations. In this webinar, Michael will briefly review the evolution of collective impact, present lessons learned from evaluating a collective impact approach in a developing country context and share examples of additional collaborative models.
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