Guided Implementation Quarter 3 – January 10th 2022
How do I set up my result framework in IATI? Which indicator types do I use? How (and why) do I add baselines and targets? The last 30 minutes of the webinar will be dedicated to the result frameworks for the Strengthening Civil Society partnerships. Those not in one of these partnerships, can leave the webinar then.
Zoom link is in the Netherlands Corner. Please make sure you have joined the Netherlands Corner, because all updates will be shared there. Please note we will give the remaining webinars only once, so you can’t pick between morning and afternoon sessions!
Your work after this webinar
Your reading for this quarter:
a. This article on results
b. The Technical Tip: Fill In Your Baseline
c. For those who publish SCS activities: the full guidelines are here and the indicator vocabulary you should refer to is here.
d. Please double check if you are visible in Metis. If not, check here what to do about that (question 2).
e. If you want, download the PowerPoint slides.
f. The recording of the webinar for those who want to watch it again.
g. If you have time, we also request your help in updating the Publishing Guidelines.
Things to add to your activities in this quarter:
a. All results you expect to measure during this project
b. Result type for each result
c. All indicators related to these results
d. Under reference: vocabulary, code, and vocabulary uri – for each indicator
e. Baselines – for each indicator
f. Aggregation status – for all indicator
g. Measure – for each indicator
h. Underlying periods for each indicator, including start and end date
i. Targets and actuals on the periods where they apply
Your deadline: 7 March. If you’re late, just do it when you can, but we can’t guarantee that we will be able to check your data before the next webinar, so you run the risk of falling behind. This deadline is possibly the most important one, because getting this part right means the rest of the work is much easier.
Our deadline: 11 April. We will have checked everything that was done before December 6th, and hopefully as many of the ones that came in late, as well. The earlier you are done, the better your chances that you will be able to fix any mistakes on time before the next webinar.