Participatory Video makes Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) engaging, compelling and fun. It is perfect for community groups, NGOs and other bodies seeking an authentic and participatory means of learning from their projects and interventions. Here are some examples of how InsightShare have used Participatory Video as a tool for M&E.
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Webinar Girls for Change! Participatory video for monitoring and evaluation

During 7 months, 12 adolescent girl trainees in each country learnt how to use participatory video combined with the Most Significant Change Technique to support 450 other girls to share their stories of change. At the end of the process, the girl trainees -who became strong video girl leaders- analysed the 64 collected video stories of change (32 per country), collected notes from the process, and presented the results and recommendations to the program implementers and donor in video reports.

New Year's Special on Monitoring & Evaluation

In this news update you'll find a visual explaining how we combine Participatory Video with the Most Significant Change technique, a website with all the results from the Video Girls for Change initiative - a capacity building and evaluation process with adolescent girls in Guatemala & Uganda - as well as videos, photostories and visuals from projects and presentations we've done in the last months. Hoping you enjoy this as our new years gift.

Participatory Video Evaluation in the Philippines: Visual memories

In August/September 2012, InsightShare supported a team of programme implementers from the Joint Programmes working on the Millennium Development Goals Achievement Fund in the Philippines to carry out a Participatory Video Evaluation in Mindanao using PV MSC.

Video Girls for Change: PV for M&E Girl Programming

This is the story of the building of two incredible participatory video teams but it is also the story of the many young women whose lives are changed by girl programming in different parts of the world every day.