I’ve been working with SenseMaker® now in development projects for a few years and I was recently reflecting on how far we’ve come in what we do. Lots of lessons – often learned the hard way in the early stages, but never disastrously. It’s time to share some of those lessons, for anyone who’s interested. […]
The other week I was out in Kigali, Rwanda again – looking at the frameworks and practicalities around the upcoming three-year programme working with young girls across the country. SenseMaker® will be a big part of the evaluation and we'll be exploring how to use it for continuous monitoring at the same time. But this […]
A fabulous event, run by the Girl Effect University team from the Nike Foundation. I was lucky to be talking and introducing the Girl Research Unit – six young Rwandan women who are researchers trained in various techniques, including narrative research and SenseMaker, who have been gathering stories using the SenseMaker app across Rwanda. Our first day session went like this: By Juliet Hutchings at The Flying Deskset With a different trio from the GRU, the second day session went like this: By Nitya Wakhlu who had also spent a few days ahead of the Summit training up local facilitators in how to create these fantastic visualisations.