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Registration Training “Most Significant Change (MSC) Technique”
04 April 2014


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Training Most Significant Change Technique
02 December 2013

27 – 28 May 2014

Aid effectiveness has been a topic of discussion in recent years. Donors as well as implementing organisations have increased their attention on showing the actual impact of their development work through close monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of their programmes. In response to this need, new M&E techniques have evolved that explicitly include the perspectives of stakeholders and beneficiaries involved in the intervention. The “Most Significant Change Technique” (MSC) is such a method, involving the collection of stories of significant changes for the beneficiaries caused by the intervention.

Evaluation of ShivA’s Positive Sisters project
02 December 2013

"Feeling that HIV is not a burden on you because you are now living in a positive way”

ResultsinHealth evaluated ShivA’s Positive Sisters project, a buddy-project for HIV-positive migrant women living in the Netherlands. The main goals of this evaluation were to document and analyse the changes that have occurred within the lives of migrant women living with HIV after being connected to the PS project, as well as changes for other stakeholders, which was done with the Most Significant Change (MSC) technique. In addition, the process of implementation of the project has been documented and recommendations have been made for future implementation.




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