Webinar and consultations: Developing a theory of change for a research project

In an effort to support the production of research primed for impact, the Society of Family Planning and Society of Family Planning Research Fund (the Society) is offering a webinar on January 15 at 3:30 pm EST on how to develop a theory of change for a research project. The webinar, led by Laura Sundstrom, MSW and Morgan Valley, PhD from Vantage Evaluation, with an introduction by Jenny O’Donnell, ScD from the Society, is open to any current Society member. Register here.

In addition, for those interested in discussing a specific research project with an expert in theory of change, Vantage Evaluation will be offering virtual consultations to Society members, available on a first come, first served basis. Sign up here.

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