DCED: Measuring and Reporting Results – The DCED Standard

The articulation of results chains, as mandated by the DCED Standard, helps programmes to realistically illustrate why they are doing what they are doing, how their individual work would help in achieving development impact, and provides the basis for assessing if and to what extent changes are taking place. However, drawing results chains can be challenging for some programmes, especially if done for the first time. The Guide to Making Results Chains, which is now available on our Measuring and Reporting Results page, gives practical tips and examples of how to draw results chains for your programme.
DCED: Measuring and Reporting Results – The DCED Standard.

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