Learning from Capacity Building Practice: Adapting the ‘Most Significant Change’ (MSC) Approach to Evaluate Capacity Building Provision by CABUNGO in Malawi

This paper provides a reflection on a pilot experience of using the ‘Most Significant Change’ (MSC) methodology to evaluate the capacity building services of CABUNGO,a local capacity building support provider in Malawi. INTRAC and CABUNGO worked collaboratively to adapt and implement the MSC approach to capture the complex and often intangible change resulting from capacity building, as well as to enhance CABUNGO’s learning and performance.

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