Impact stories are a significant way to effectively and consistently document anecdotal research evidence that anticipated activities occurred, and the perceived outcome thereof. This approach is critical in contexts where Monitoring and Evaluation (M and E) or research capacity is restricted and also where there is insubstantial documentation of lessons and outcomes
The aim of impact stories is to spark rich insights from existing experience we get from projects/engagements to help us understand what has changed and how, and the degree to which the changes can be attributed to learning experiences. You can find the impact stories guide we will be using below for more information.
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