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Date(s) - 12/12/2023


Date: 12 December 2023
Time: 18:00h CET
Duration: 90 mins
Cost: 49.98 EUR

Do you feel overwhelmed by how to visualise your Theory of Change (TOC)? Afterall, how do you capture all the complexity and pathways of change in one image? Whether you think you “can’t draw” or have no design background, this webinar will equip you with practical skills to craft visual TOCs that inform audiences and inspire action. You bring the vision for change—we’ll help you visualize the journey and engage others along the way.

Aim: To impart skills on how to improve the visualisation of Theories of Change (ToCs)
Objectives of the webinar: By the end of the webinar participants will be able to:
– Define what a TOC is
– Describe that a TOC consists of a narrative and a visualisation
– Describe the elements of ‘good’ TOC visualisation
– Be able to use non designer tools such as a powerpoint to visualise a TOC

Target Audience: Researchers, M&E and development professionals who are at varying stages of their career. The assumption is that persons will not have a designer background so the workshop is pitched at an introductory level. Whether you’re involved in civil society, government agencies, academia, or private sector initiatives, this workshop offers crucial insights and practical skills to enhance the visualisation of your Theory of Change. You don’t need formal training as a M&E practitioner to be part of this workshop.

Recording: As persons are in different time zones, the time of the workshop may not be convenient for everyone. Therefore, the workshop will be recorded and available in the M&E Academy section of this website for persons to (re) watch at their convenience. By attending the workshop you give your consent for the recording.

Delivery: The workshop is via Zoom and will be participatory with ‘hands on’ activities.
Presenters: Sara Vaca and Ann-Murray Brown
Delivery: The workshop is via Zoom and will be participatory. The Zoom link will be sent via email TWO days before the event begins.