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First Good Practice Case Study on “Practices of Evaluation and Impact Assessment”

FACCE-JPI Applies a Stepwise Approach to Assess Impact at Network Level 

During the Annual Joint Programming Conference 2016 the attendees stressed that the time is ripe for providing evidence of the impact achieved by Public to Public Partnerships (P2Ps). This requires adequate Monitoring and Evaluation approaches and their implementation.

The first case study showcases how FACCE-JPI assesses impact through its Monitoring & Evaluation activities. FACCE-JPI’s approach and process is that it introduces three “Targets”: the alignment and coordination of national and European programmes (Target 1) is needed to ensure high quality transnational research activities (Target 2). These research activities in turn will contribute to the overall goal of the JPI: […] tackling the societal challenge (Target 3). FACCE-JPI has conceptualised and operationalised Target 1 (Alignment), developed a questionnaire to the Governing Board, and collected monitoring data.

This case study also shows how Monitoring & Evaluation activities also serve as a reflection and learning tool.

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