ResultsinHealth specializes in training in participatory qualitative methods. Combining new and innovative storytelling methods, ResultsinHealth trains participants to use both written stories and visual materials (photography, video) to bring programme and/or research results to life.
In 2017, ResultsinHealth plans to provide courses in Participatory Video Most Significant Change (PVMSC, a combination of participatory video and stories of change for M&E and advocacy purposes), Photo Voice (using participatory photography with a specific focus on community engagement and empowering participants to share lived experiences), and Sense Maker (a software ecology that integrates decision support, research, monitoring and knowledge management).
These methods are particularly useful for professionals interested and/or involved in participatory monitoring and evaluation, advocacy activities and research settings. Participatory storytelling techniques improve ownership, amplify the voices of participants and help organisations to better understand and improve their programmes/activities.
|4 - 7 April||Participatory Video Most Significant Change||The Hague, The Netherlands|
|11 - 14 September||Participatory Video Most Significant Change||Bali, Indonesia|
|October||Working with stories in/for programme design,
monitoring and evaluation: MSC, Sense maker
and Photo Voice
|Brussels, Antwerp, or Leuven, Belgium|
|November||Photo Voice||The Hague, The Netherlands|