Examples

On this page I share some examples of Visual M&E to give you an idea how visual M&E could look like. However, for every organisation I design a tailor made approach. Just let me know what your needs are.

Visual MSC (sheet): Fictional example  Zaitun’s story                                                   Together with e-Valuation/Dominique Darmon I made this Most Significant Change story into a ‘one-sheet’ story.  The sheet is based on work by Dominique Darmon. We made this fictional example to show how easily photographs can be used to illustrate and communicate stories. The stories are used for reflection and discussion within the programme during the evaluation, and if needed, they could be used for communication purposes beyond the project.  Zaitun’s MSC

Visual MSC (slideshow): Fictional example Zaitun’s story                                           I made this Most Significant Slide story together with Dominique Darmon (Maple Tulip Productions), based on other work by Dominique.  Again this example shows how easily photographs can be used to illustrate and communicate stories. The stories are used for reflection and discussion within the programme during the evaluation, and if needed, they could be used for communication purposes beyond the project:   (PS There are subtitles when you click the subtitle button).

Preservation of the Spoonbill. A monitoring video of the project ‘Preservation of the Spoonbill’ (Natuurmonumenten), the Netherlands. Capturing Development and Adessium Foundation (2008). See trailer (in Dutch only):

Tribute to the Tree. A monitoring video of the project ‘Tribute to the Tree (ElemenTree)”,  The Netherlands. Capturing Development and Adessium Foundation (2008). See trailer (in Dutch only):

In our own voice. Impact videos: Series of five personal stories to show the impact of the work of Pameijer Foundation on the lifes of their clients. The Netherlands. Pameijer Foundation and Capturing Development (2008). See trailer (in Dutch only):

Videowork for NEDWORC on The Art of Change for International Cooperation: Reflections on the Conference. 4 March 2010. In Dutch only

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