Miki Jacevic, a human rights activist and peace program specialist from Sarajevo, facilitated an excellent week on capacity building, theories of change and evaluation and monitoring processes this week. If your interested in more details on “Theories of Change” in peacebuilding I can highly recommend the new report from Care International and International Alert which can be downloaded here. I’m hopping to visit Alert in Nepal next week and as I’m in the middle of packing I’ll get some more details up here the next time I have internet access…
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