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An Impact Assessment is: ‘Evaluating the positive and negative, primary and secondary long-term effects on final beneficiaries that result from a development intervention; assessing the direct and indirect causal contribution claims of these interventions to such effects especially for the poor whether intended or unintended”   Tool for finding metrics that are suitable [This is a suitable activity for all teams to complete - it is not a task or activity tool - it’s more of a whole...

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While on Project during January in Timor-Leste, Ryan White and I (Jess) worked together to further guide teams in their assessment of Project impact.    Intent Project Everest aims to solve the world’s most complex development problems by building sustainable solutions known as ‘social enterprise’. Our work in country is entirely community based, thus inevitably there will be impact. The nature of our projects is to be socially beneficial products that help contribute to...

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During January Project - Alex Piatek created an activity to introduce Impact Assessment to teams through the ToC - the following is Alex's method.   Purpose Students have shown difficulty initially understanding why and how the Impact assessment is vital with the work that is conducted in country. One solution to this was to attempt an impact assessment using the Pomodoro technique and one impact assessment tool. The impact assessment tool used was the Theory of Change (ToC) ....

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An Impact Assessment is: ‘Evaluating the positive and negative, primary and secondary long-term effects on final beneficiaries that result from a development intervention; assessing the direct and indirect causal contribution claims of these interventions to such effects especially for the poor whether intended or unintended”   What is an Impact Assessment?   At Project Everest our work in country is entirely community based, thus inevitably there will be impact. Measuring...

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Jessica Stephanie Arvela

Melbourne, Australia, Australia

Joined this community on Dec 22, 2016

Bio Head of Relationships, Co-Founder Project Everest Ventures

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UOM

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Science

Country you Trekked/are Trekking in
Timor-Lesté

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