This interactive experience supports people working in development and humanitarian aid to design effective programs. It delivers key information on outcomes related to health, safety, education, economic wellbeing, and power through theories of change that demonstrate how to achieve these outcomes, evidence for which interventions work or don’t work to achieve the outcomes, and guidance on how to measure progress against the outcomes.
What is the outcomes and evidence framework?
The Outcomes and Evidence Framework is an interactive tool developed at the initiative of the International Rescue Committee (IRC) to create a framework for guiding program decisions and support practitioners to design the most effective programs using the best available research evidence.
- Outcome areas and outcomes that help focus us on the end goals of programs
- Theories of change that help us understand the pathways to achieve these outcomes
- Research evidence that helps clarify what we know about the effectiveness of different interventions in different contexts
- Indicator guidance that helps us measure our progress against the outcomes selected
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