Locally-Led Evaluation & Communicating Results: Session #5

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    • This week’s session is on communicating results

      Please share with the group an example of how you’ve seen results communicated particularly well (If it’s not already in the ConnexUs resource library, please upload it!).

      What makes this a good example?

      What makes this example stand out from others?

      What can we learn from this example?

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    • During and after the project titled “Peace Project in Sagamu, Southwest Nigeria”, the project work on reducing the conflict between fulani herdsmen and farmers. People were engaged to implement the position of creating peace. Questions were designed and shared among 50 participants, and results were analysed well.
      Using sets of questions support and help in getting opinions from the people and how to pass the necessary information.

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        Thank you so much for sharing, Oluwasegun. This sounds like a very important project and a great approach. We look forward to hearing more about it.

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      My example is this collection of the COVID-19 & conflict dynamic scans: Conflict Scans: COVID-19 & Conflict Dynamics

      This is the more static collection: Conflict Scans: COVID-19 & Conflict Dynamics

      What makes this a good example?
      Both multimedia and static approaches to sharing a lot of information and research

      What makes this example stand out from others?
      The variety of the formats and results that these results were shared.

      What can we learn from this example?
      Research collected over time can be presented in a cohesive manner

       

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