Using Information on Results in Program Management
This case describes how the program has addressed a typical challenge in results measurement. The aim of the case is to provide insights that will be useful to other practitioners facing a similar challenge.
Using information effectively to help manage a program enables the program team to build on what is working and to change or discontinue what is not.
This adaptation is critical to ensuring that the program maximizes long-term, positive impacts within the time and money available. However, many programs find it challenging to effectively analyze and use the information they gather.