In January and February of this year, ResultsinHealth applied the Most Significant Change (MSC) technique in research in Indonesia, in an effort to document changes in lives of poor people who benefitted from a national poverty reduction programme.

The MSC technique is commonly used as a tool in monitoring and evaluation, and applying it in research is unique. Research activities covered the full cycle of the MSC technique, from capacity building, to data collection and data analysis, and from primary to secondary analysis of data.

ResultsinHealth is well experienced in implementing the MSC technique and training others in the use of this method. You can read about the MSC technique on our website. Should you like to receive information on upcoming training events, or have any other questions on training activities or the MSC technique, please contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.