Lessons from outcome harvesting in Monitoring and Evaluation

Outcome harvesting (OH) is a methodology that is designed for use in complex situations where the relationship between cause and effect is not fully understood or is unclear and/or where many different actors influence change. Unlike conventional methods, OH collects evidence of what has been achieved and is not limited to intended results and change patterns.

This document outlines  Hivos East Africa’s experiences and lessons learned from the implementation of the “Dialogue and Dissent” citizen agency consortium programs  (2016-2020) that were funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA).


Lessons learned from Outcome Harvesting

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