4 edition of Impact assessment framework for community based natural resource management found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 43-46).
|Statement||Books for Change|
|Publishers||Books for Change|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|Machine generated contents note: Review of Literature - 1 Evaluation Typologies Approaches to Impact Assessment Economic impact assessment Non-economic approaches Participatory approaches Requirements of an Impact Assessment Framework for CBNRM Projects - 21 Conceptual Framework The domain of NRM interventions Development as a relative progression lh-Some concerns The Impact Assessment Framework - 25 Identification of Impacts and Appropriate Indicators Choosing a resolution level Assessing the intervention context Analysing the assumptions of the project intervention model Assessing impact paths Selection of indicators Rationalisation of indicators Carrying out 1A Looking at Indicators Together Reflection frame Addressing economic concerns Assessment principles Productivity Equity Sustainability Participation A Note on Building Databases for IA.|
A study with reference to India. File Size: 4MB.
Social Determinants of Health: Know What Affects Health. The second stage, called scoping identifies what constitutes relevant information to be identified and assessed with respect to key impacts of the proposed development. For answering descriptive KEQs, a range of analysis options is available, which can largely be grouped into two key categories: options for quantitative data numbers and options for qualitative data e.
Cutting Through the COVID-19 Surgical Backlog. For example, while a significant number of COVID-19 patients required admission to the Intensive Care Unit, only half of all acute care hospitals in the U.
Occupational Employment and Wages, May 2019. pdf accessed February 28, 2021. NRW is responsible for more than 40 different types of regulatory regime across a wide range of activities.from political events, natural disasters.surveillance testing of staff and care delivery e.
2002 'Command and control and the Pathology of Natural Resource Management. Issue Impact evaluation might be appropriate when.
What unintended results — positive and negative — did the intervention produce? With COVID-19 illustrating the value of sharing staff across state lines during surge periods, rapid recruitment during future emergencies could be supported by improving the uniformity of guidelines for scope of practice and developing a national database with information on training, certification, and other experience factors.
- Presented by Patricia Rogers, RMIT University, Australia• Postacute Care Preparedness for COVID-19: Thinking Ahead. The distinction between outcomes and impacts can be relative, and depends on the stated objectives of an intervention. CBNRM is based particularly on advocacy by nongovernmental organizations working with local groups and communities, on the one hand, and national and transnational organizations, on the other, to build and extend new versions of environmental and social advocacy that link social justice and environmental management agendas with both direct and indirect benefits observed including a share of revenues, employment, diversification of livelihoods and increased pride and identity.
Maier, HR; Ascough, JC; Wattenbach, M; Renschler, CS; Labiosa, WB 2008.
The framework includes how data analysis will address assumptions made in the programme theory of change about how the programme was thought to produce the intended results.
Evaluations that are being undertaken to support learning should be clear about who is intended to learn from it, how they will be engaged in the evaluation process to ensure it is seen as relevant and credible, and whether there are specific decision points around where this learning is expected to be applied.
"Stakeholder theory should not be used to weave a basket big enough to hold the world's misery.
Approaching Surgical Triage During the COVID-19 Pandemic.