Reports: Great Apes & Gibbons Program
The Great Apes & Gibbons Program’s learning process is based on a monitoring and evaluation system that gathers and analyzes data from a variety of sources — grantees, conservationists in the field and in academic settings, and relevant databases — to measure progress along specific indicators and milestones that assess the status of program goals, outcomes, and targets.
The 2016 learning report presented below, evaluates against baselines set in 2010 and follows on from a similar report developed in 2013, focusing on areas of the strategy that are due for assessment under this timeline.
The theory of change presented in this report’s appendix includes a series of intermediate outcomes identified under these goal areas, as well as a defined strategic direction that the program is undertaking to achieve these outcomes. A detailed evaluation framework identifies indicators as well as quantitative targets and timelines.
Report and Annexes