PROJECTS

PROJECTS


Theory of Change and research approach
May-Jul 2018

Vanuit Autisme Bekeken is an organization that focuses on supporting people with autism to fully participate in our society. MAD impact helps VAB in the development of an appropriate Theory of Change and a thorough set-up of a research-driven learning cycle (measuring, knowing, learning) for the coming years.


Monitoring of learning trajectories for undocumented refugees
Jan-Dec 2018

On behalf of the ASKV, MAD impact carries out a complete impact analysis of the project “Activating Undocumented Refugees”. Together with the client we developed a Theory of Change and made a research design with both qualitative and quantitative methods. Project staff and participants are involved as much as possible in data collection and analysis. To conclude, we will deliver a research report and a practical M&E toolkit, with which the ASKV can set up a similar monitoring and evaluation process for their future projects.


Research plan for European educational project
Jan-Mar 2018

The Erasmus + project Permission to Wonder focusses on the interpretation and personal relationship with Art as an educational learning methodology for children. Commissioned by VTS Nederland, and together with their staff, MAD impact developed the underlying Theory of Change and a detailed research plan with indicators, research methods, planning and a toolkit to guide and support the different organisations in six countries that will be responsible for collecting the research data.


Identification of strategic partners in Bolivia
Jan-Feb 2018

The Dutch Foundation Liliane Fonds supports children with disabilities in developing countries. This is done through partnerships with local organizations. MAD impact has carried out an exploratory qualitative research for the Liliane Fonds into the possibilities for a new strategic partner organization in Bolivia, which can coordinate the national program and have a substantial impact on the lives of children with disabilities and their families.