PIE Toolkit

PIE is a new participatory approach for evaluating outcomes and impact of Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) programmes. PIE provides a structured but flexible approach for collecting and analysing information about the real changes that CBR has had on the lives of people with disabilities. The PIE toolkit includes a range of tools (click for infographic): supports the whole evaluation process from planning; data collection (from a broad spectrum of CBR players), to data analysis, validation and report writing thus providing a very in-depth impact evaluation. However the approach is flexible so a selection of the tools can be chosen depending on the depth of information required and the specifications of the evaluation, context and resources available. The evaluation process is seen as one which provides an opportunity to learn about what is going well as well as what needs to change, so it leads into a process of future planning. Find here a snapshot of the entire process.

Find free downloads of the handbook and all tools below.

PIE Handbook

PIE handbook cover page link to download

Stage 1 - Situational analysis – Collecting contextual info and about the CBR programme

Stage 2 - CBR team capability and performance review 

Stage 3 – Listening to groups of stakeholders 

Stage 4 – Listening to people with disabilities, parents & carers, individually and in groups 

Stage 5 - Preliminary analysis of findings 

Stage 6 - Community meeting to validate findings and look forward 

Stage 7 - Analysing and summarising findings, reporting and dissemination 

Cross stage tools

 


March 2016: review from a senior advisor on Leprosy morbidity management and disability prevention:
"It is a wonderful TOOLKIT!  You really did an excellent, detailed job on the process. Congratulations, it shows the years and years of work!"