Tag Archives: Most Significant Change

Stories of impact of the WASHTech project in Burkina Faso

As part of the WASHTech project’s impact monitoring, each country  team used the Most Significant Change method and collected stories from sector stakeholders. These served to document and understand the degree of use of TAF / TIP and the importance of … Continue reading

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WASHTech Burkina – “Most Significant Change Stories” 2012

Contexte de « collection des MSC stories » Selon les principes du Workpackage 7 du projet Washtech, chaque pays devrait suivre l’évolution du degré d’utilisation du TAF/TIF et  l’importance de l’outil pour les acteurs du secteur de son pays. La documentation de … Continue reading

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Stakeholders review stories to monitor the process of change

- Abu Wumbei, RCN Ghana WASH sector stakeholders on the WASH Technologies (WASHTech) Ghana project learning alliance (LA) recently met to review and select 5 of 15 shortlisted most significant change (MSC) stories. At the end of the meeting, one … Continue reading

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La meilleure histoire de changement (MSC story) du Burkina est connue

Réunie le 10 janvier 2013 en marge de  l’atelier de notation du 3ème test du TAF,  l’équipe du projet WASHTECH ainsi que les membres des Alliances d’apprentissage du projet ont tenu l’atelier de revue des MSC stories collectées durant toute … Continue reading

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Collecting Most Significant Change Stories for the WASHTech project

As we pass the half-way point of the WASHTech project, we are starting to see the impact we are making in Ghana, Uganda and Burkina Faso.   But we hope that the WASHTech project will reach much wider.   To assess our … Continue reading

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