For societal impact to be structural and sustainable, water and development projects strive to shift from conventional monitoring and evaluation (M&E) towards engaging and empowering stakeholders, ultimately creating tangible changes in people’s livelihoods and living conditions. This webinar will synthesize insights and experience from different DUPC2 projects on societal impacts, and feature a panel discussion with invited speakers. It invites a collective reflection and exchange of ideas on moving from the sphere of control (from input to outputs), towards the sphere of influence (outcomes) to the sphere of interest (impacts).
This webinar is organized by the IHE Delft Water and Development Partnership Programme (DUPC), in collaboration with TheWaterChannel. Further information available at https://www.un-ihe.org/what-we-do/water-and-development-partnership-programme and https://thewaterchannel.tv/
All presentation files are available here:
- Learning about societal impact in DUPC2
- DUPC-IHE Contribution to Institutional Strengthening
- InfoNile: Born out of DUPC2
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