"This book of stories on impact assessment, written by a journalist/editor, with guidance from an experienced development practitioner, is illustrative of CTA's efforts to promote a culture of organisational learning. It is both entertaining and informative, conveying a serious message in a light style about what might have gone wrong with past attempts at impact assessment.
Most significantly, the book shows that, with the correct approach, impact assessment studies can help to shed much-needed light on the intricate social and technical fabric that converts inputs into activities, activities into outputs, outputs into outcomes, and outcomes into impact."
* Theme: Information and Communication Management
* Subtheme: Soil and land