Webinars

Webinars

2 April 2020, 14.00 hrs CET Outcome Harvesting Community Webinar 3 - Using Podio as a database and App for Outcome Harvesting Podio is a project management and collaboration software that can easily be used as a database for the outcomes that were collected through Outcome Harvesting. It is an easy to use tool that enables project teams and partners around the world to collaborate on their outcomes. In this webinar, Tea will first explain the basics of podio, Helene will then demonstrate how ActionAid used it for Outcome Harvesting and Goele will introduce the ‘OH app’ that the presenters created and which is available for everyone to use. Presenters: Helene Bach, ActionAid Denmark; Tea Meineche, ActionAid Denmark; Goele Scheers, Independent Consultant. Moderator: Conny Hoitink, OH Community Facilitator. Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/122332731 

3 March 2020, 14.00 hrs CET  Outcome Harvesting Community Webinar 2 - Outcome Harvesting and working with a Theory of Change–experiences in Mali and India Watershed is a partnership of 4 Netherlands-based NGOs that started in 2016, working together in 6 countries and internationally, towards universal access to water and sanitation, funded by the Dutch government “Dialogue and Dissent’ program. The partnership, and their locally contracted civil society organisations, mainly works to develop capacity of civil society to lobby and advocate for water security. As the Outcome Harvesting pilot took root in all countries, the annual, outcome-focused theory of change review process got enriched with the harvested outcomes. Presenters: Conny Hoitink, Wetlands International; Ruchika Shiva, IRC India; and Afou Bengaly, Wetlands International Mali. Moderator: Carmen Wilson-Grau, OH Community Facilitator. Please find here the presentation and the recordings of the webinar.

28 January 2020, 14.00 hrs CET  Outcome Harvesting Community Webinar 1 - Serving multiple purposes – Outcome Harvesting as a “joint venture” in a Consortium  In 2017, the Human Rights and Dialogue Consortium (HRDC) was established as the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs reframed its support for the Middle East and North Africa into fewer strategic partners. The Consortium was tasked with a key challenge of developing ways of monitoring and assuring quality of the consolidated programme of the consortium. This presentation looks at how Outcome Harvesting as a “joint venture” became an intelligent tool of serving multiple purposes and not only that of monitoring. Presenters: Søs Nissen, DIGNITY - Danish Institute Against Torture; Francesco Castellani, Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR). Moderator: Goele Scheers, OH Community Facilitator. Please find here the presentation and the recordings of the webinar.