Presenting evaluation results – interactive mapping

January 21, 2010 at 1:41 pm Leave a comment

One of the challenges faced in evaluation is presenting evaluation findings in way that facilitates their use, as I’ve written about before.

Now here’s an interesting idea – presenting evaluation results in an interactive map. This example is for the monitoring, evaluation, and communications for an agriculture development program in Afghanistan. Here is a screenshot of the map:

View the interactive map>>

Interactive map produced by Jasha Levenson of Cartametrix.

Entry filed under: Evaluation reporting.

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