Mapping Evaluation Demand and Supply
Some time ago, I ran into this report from CLEAR-AA, that got me thinking into the dynamic of who demands Evaluations and who can supply them in a given country (Malawi in this case):
So I thought of exploring how it could look like visually.
When I finish up a visual, often one of these 3 things happen: 1) sometimes I feel like I nailed it!!!! – which has happened to me twice, I think); 2) Other times, I think this is not perfect, but it is good enough (most of the times when I finish something of the things I publish); or 3) finally, in occasions, I feel like this is not quite it – but I’m blocked and I don’t know what else to do for now.
This is a definite a number 3 case, but still I wanted to share it:
This is definitely not one of the most useful visuals I have tried (maybe that is why no more ideas are coming so far), but this is why I like to have my blog, so I can play around with concepts…
See you soon! 🙂
New posts coming up:
(published every two weeks-ish 🙂 )
- ToCs series
- Visual summary of impact designs
- Visual summaries of other criteria designs
- Ideas to make Bibliographies more informative
- Ways of mapping beneficiaries
- My favorite pre-attentive features
- Ideas for reports (series)
- Some day: iterations with the Periodic Table of Evaluation
Stay tuned! 🙂
You want to see more Visuals?