Practices of Evaluation and Impact Assessment

During the Annual Joint Programming Conference 2016 the attendees stressed that the time has come for providing evidence of the impact achieved by Public to Public Partnerships (P2Ps). This requires adequate Monitoring and Evaluation approaches and their implementation. P2Ps, as highly complex system innovation platforms, are driven by “collective search and learning” - which also applies to their Monitoring & Evaluation processes.

The three case studies showcase processes that allow P2Ps to assess whether and how impact will be/has been achieved. The analysis relies on a review of existing literature and targeted interviews with managers of these activities.

The case studies focus on:

  • Key features of the case
  • Principal actions and outputs to date
  • Key benefits, obstacles, and lessons learned
  • Key factors of success

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