Impact and Evaluation Support for Community-Based Permaculture Projects
This project is offering support to several grassroots / community permaculture projects that want to improve how they evaluate their work and assess its impact.
We work with participating projects to identify areas that they want to work on, agree a pathway to do that work which will be supported by online materials and courses, 1-1 coaching, small group workshops and peer to peer learning through a community forum.
Understanding and assessing impact can help projects to improve their work, access more and better funding, and contribute to a collective evidence base of the impact of permaculture projects.
Previous work has shown that many community permaculture projects are aware that they should be measuring their impact and doing monitoring and evaluation but need help to get started. This project will help up to ten projects directly, and will use learnings to develop wider support in this area.
Kate Swatridge, Aimee Fenech
Reporting Officer: Kate Swatridge
Network Weaving, Prototyping, Next Steps Project