Evaluation reports can be over 40-pages long, filled with details about methodologies and theories of change.
Who can benefit the most form you work? Can you distil your findings in a format that will actually be read by them?
Create a visually appealing document of your findings and maximise the chances of your research to be acted on.
On this page, we present examples of how we’ve offered monitoring, learning and evaluation support to busy teams based on their reports.
Evaluation reports turned visual
The transformation of a very text heavy report into sharp and easy to understand visuals was astounding. Throughout this engagement, Mihaela has been responsiveness to our needs, solution-oriented and flexible in the ideation which led to a very dynamic creative process. This enabled us to reflect critically on how to communicate research better and we look forward to working together on many more exciting projects.
Harveen Kour, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager, Fairtrade International
It’s much more useful when these projects are put it into a format that is more easy to communicate to other people, particularly non-specialists.
Kyla Reid, Associate Director – Programme Management & Policy Advice, WYG