In this briefing paper, Ksapa presents challenges and good practices to develop robust impact measurement.

Tags: data / impact / impact measurement / risk management / stakeholders

The Low-Down

Impact measurement refers to the process of evaluating the positive and negative effects that a particular intervention, program, or project has had on its intended target population, stakeholders, or the environment. This process involves the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data and information to determine the outcomes, outputs, and impacts of the intervention.

Key Takeaways

Developing robust impact measurement is a complex process that involves several challenges, and Ksapa combines several ways to strengthen impact measurement. Overall, developing robust impact measurement requires a systematic and thorough approach, attention to detail, and a willingness to adapt as new information becomes available.

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