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Master Class on

Theory of Change,

2-4 March 2020, Amsterdam


This is a unique opportunity to pick the brains of the top practitioners in the industry! Three days of consultation and practical advice on designing and enhancing your Theories of Change from the following experts.

About the Facilitators

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Heléne Clark. Ph.D 


An urban geographer and environmental psychologist, Heléne works with organisations engaged in social change to build their capacity to develop clear goals, gather knowledge about results, and expand the impact of critical social interventions. She incorporated the “Theory of Change” methodology into ActKnowledge’s work, and has led ActKnowledge to be the pre-eminent developer, facilitator and trainer of this method. 

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Rick Davies, Ph.D


Rick is perhaps best known as the developer of the Most Significant Change (MSC) method and for managing the MandE NEWS website. He is an independent evaluator who has experience in methodology development, including participatory methods of monitoring and measuring complex changes, and tools for describing, analysing and modeling development activities as networks. He is keen on the evaluability of Theories of Change.

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Sara Vaca


Focused on bringing Transparency and Innovation into Evaluation through Data Visualization, Sara has 18 years experience in Results-Based Management, 5 in the private sector and 12 in the non-profit. She specializes in Monitoring and Evaluation with background in Livelihoods and Cash interventions in International Development. She is a guru at enhancing the visualisations of Theories of Change.

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Steve Powell


As an independent evaluator, Steve has has implemented over 100 project evaluations and social research programs in over 30 countries, especially in post-conflict, post-disaster and transitional societies. He also designed the web app for quickly sketching theories of change

​​​Ann-Murray Brown

Monitoring, Evaluation and
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