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Participatory Impact Pathway Analysis

What is PIPA? 

Participatory Impact Pathway Analysis (PIPA) is a project planning method that helps project stakeholders identify how current projects will achieve impact. 

PIPA employs a workshop format, which contains various group exercises to help project stakeholders define their impact pathways. Impact pathways shows project's rationale and relevant networks which will help stakeholders identify suitable entry points for technologies, communicate project activities, identify inputs for project planning, and provide a starting point for monitoring. Outputs of a PIPA workshop includes: 
  • Problem tree to identify shared problem that the stakeholders wants to address
  • Vision of success to create a scenario of a successful project (after the problem has been addressed)
  • Stakeholder network map to characterize actors from various stakeholder groups who could help achieve the group's vision.
  • Outcomes logic model (OLM) or change pathways   to identify actors who needs to change their knowledge, attitude, and skills to enable a change an action that aims to achieve the project vision. OLM can also contain possible project strategies.
  • Learning alliance or learning topic/s to begin the implementation based on the OLM

How does PIPA work? 


PIPA provides a framework for action research, which contains reflection activities that translates into experiential learning cycles. Learning alliances provides an avenue to implement these learning cycles.
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Reianne Quilloy (IRRI),
Oct 29, 2014, 2:39 AM
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Reianne Quilloy (IRRI),
Oct 29, 2014, 2:38 AM
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Reianne Quilloy (IRRI),
Oct 29, 2014, 2:38 AM
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