Keyword Archives: participatory impact assessment
Participatory Approaches to Impact Assessment: Experiences from Humanitarian Interventions in Zimbabwe
By John Burns and Andrew Catley. In Alpaslan Özerdem and Richard Bowd (eds.), Participatory Research Methodologies: Development and Post-Disaster/Conflict Reconstruction, Ashgate, London. 2010.
MicroLINKS, a microenterprise knowledge sharing website funded by USAID, recently featured an interview with Research Director for Policy Process Andrew Catley. Watch the screencast (requires Flash Player) at MicroLINKS.
The Feinstein International Center has been developing and adapting participatory approaches to measure the impact of livelihoods based interventions since the early nineties. Drawing upon this experience, this guide aims to provide practitioners with a broad framework for carrying out project level Participatory Impact Assessments (PIA) of livelihoods interventions in the humanitarian sector. Other than in some health, nutrition, and water interventions in which indicators of project performance should relate to international standards, for many interventions there are no ‘gold standards’ for measuring project impact.
Participatory approaches in the control of camel trypanosomosis in Lapur Division of Turkana District, Kenya
By M. Mochabo, O.K. Kitala, P.M. Gathura, P.B. Ogara, W.O. Eregae, T.D. Kaitho, and A. Catley (2006). The Kenya Veterinarian 30 (1), 1-10
The socio-economic impact of important camel diseases as perceived by a pastoralist community in Kenya
By M. Mochabo, O.K. Kitala, P.M. Gathura, P.B. Ogara, W.O. Eregae, T.D. Kaitho, and A. Catley (2006). Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research 73/4, 269-274
Participatory Review and Impact assessment of the Community-based animal health workers system in pastoral and agro-pastoral areas of Somali and Oromia regions of Ethiopia
By D. Abebe. 2005. Save the Children US, Addis Ababa.