Module 2: The 5 Steps of Accountability and Impact Measurement
This module explores the 5 steps of accountability and impact measurement in the Good Enough Guide. Participants will understand:
- What are 5 steps to ensure accountability in projects and programmes, and why are they important?
- What are the practical implications of the 5 steps? What are the key challenges in realizing them?
At the end of the session participants will
- Master the 5 steps and be clear about the “why, when, why” in dealing with them.
- Have shared practice and challenges relating to the 5 steps.
Key Learning Points
At the end of this session the trainer will have covered the following points:
- Accountability and impact measurement in practice can be simple and practical. And yet, when realized, they will have a major impact in improving the quality of aid, and its responsiveness to the needs and aspiration of affected people.
- The Good Enough Guide applies five simple steps to assist in being systematic in accountability and impact measurement practices.
|01||Five steps for Accountability & Impact Measurement||To give an overview of the five practical steps to becoming accountable as described in the Good Enough Guide||Presentation||10’||PPT
Five steps for Accountability & Impact Measurement
|02||Involving people at every stage||To appreciate the implications of the first step in the Good Enough Guide: “Involve people at every stage”||Video, groupwork and plenary discussion.||20’|
|03||The Five steps: why, when, what||To introduce five practical steps to becoming accountable as described in the GEG and share practice for each of the those steps||Groupwork||30’|
|04||Responding to feedback||Participants are confronted with the perceptions from affected people about an emergency, and are asked to make sense of them using the 5 steps.||Groupwork||60’|
|05||Accountability implementation challenges||To have participants sharing and discussing the implementation challenges on accountability & impact measurement they encountered.||Presentation||30’||Handout: implementation challenges (to be sent BEFORE training to participants!)|