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Programmatic Review and Design

Analysis forms a foundation for program design, monitoring, adaptation and innovation. In addition, rigorous analysis and learning inform an important basis for building evidence around key programmatic models to influence development practices and policy. 
 
Below are methods used by CARE teams to:
  • Reflect on CARE's programming alignment to our Principles and Commitment to Rights-Based Approaches and Gender Equality;
  • To develop program initiatives grounded in local realities; and
  • To design programs in relation to the Program Approach.

Useful Resources for Programmatic Design are:

Women's Empowerment Impact Measurement Initiative (WEIMI) Guide

Review of Operationalization of Program Approaches across CARE Learning Labs

Guide/compendium from ECARMU's situational analysis for program design 

 Analysis and Programmatic Review/Design

To reflect on and improve programming, a number of tools also:

 

Reflect on portfolios and their alignment to CARE Principles and Gender Equality

Build from analysis to inform programmatic initiatives

Design long-term programs based on situational analysis

Also See: ECARMU's guidance compendium on situational analysis for program design

 

Resources

Project Review and Design

Program Approach, Theories of Change

 

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