Struggling to know where to start with impact assessment?

Check-out our new guide for impact assessment!

Last year we had the pleasure of working with the Green European Foundation (GEF) to provide an introductory training on impact assessment to the GEF team, their network and the Bosch Alumni Network.

As part of the project, we developed a resource that participants could use to help them think through the different steps and decisions when developing a plan for impact assessment. GEF have kindly agreed for this resource to be made public so that anyone who could benefit from it can have access to it.

The guide covers essential introductory information, such as:

  • basic definitions used in monitoring, evaluation, learning and impact assessment;
  • the role of theory of change in evaluation
  • good practices and standards in evidence collection

The resource then provides a step-by-step guide to developing an impact framework – presenting you with all the key considerations and decisions you need to make along the way, as well as an over of ethical considerations, alternative approaches to evaluation and signposting to some valuable resources and materials.

So, if you have been struggling to think about how to get started with impact assessment, check out this resource.

Rights Evaluation Studio provides consultancy services in monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment – so if you think we can help you and your organisation to learn from your work and better understand your impacts please contact us at

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