Outcome Harvesting case study featured in PARTOS latest publication

Outcome Harvesting, the method developed by GPPAC for planning, monitoring and evaluation, was featured in PARTOS latest publication, 'Towards improved use of monitoring data'.

From PARTOS' introduction to GPPAC's case study:

"Many NGOs struggle with monitoring systems that are designed for external accountability but are ill-equipped to meet the learning needs of users within the organisation. This case describes how, over the course of a decade, the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) restructured its monitoring system to meet the needs of its internal users."

You can download the publication in PDF here, with GPPAC case study at page 18.