An independent review of the Relay programme took place between October
2010 and February 2011 and included field visits to five programme focus
countries - Uganda, Kenya, Malawi, Zambia and India - and over 60
interviews with project staff and beneficiaries.
The purpose of the review was to identify, synthesise and share the
knowledge of the Panos Relay team and their partners after five years of
project implementation to build the media’s capacity to report research.
The resulting synthesis report offers insights about how to work with
project team staff and beneficiaries to articulate and better understand
project logic and interventions through the use of participatory
evaluation tools including problem trees, force fields, stakeholder
analysis and most importantly, a theory of change.
Rowley, J.; Gregorowski, R.; Barr, J. Independent Review of the Panos Relay Programme - Relay’s Efforts to Build the Capacity of the Media to Report Research. ITAD, Hove, UK (2011) 29 pp.
Independent Review of the Panos Relay Programme - Relay’s Efforts to Build the Capacity of the Media to Report Research