Going through the steps below in sequence often works best –
but you can start at what you feel is the easiest entry point.
Avoid the most common pitfall in developing a Theory of Change:
using the process as a means of creating a “mirror” of your existing program, rather than thinking critically about the strongest design to achieve meaningful outcomes.
Visit the pages below to access a series of guiding questions, examples, and worksheets to help you develop your Theory of Change.