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Photovoice and Most Significant Change (MSC) at the Vienna Evaluation Network event

On 27 January 2022 ResultsinHealth's senior evaluation expert Nur Hidayati and Karijn Kakebeeke, certified Photovoice trainer and documentary photographer/filmmaker, will share their experiences on measuring impact through visual storytelling methods using combined methods: Photovoice and Most Significant Change (MSC) at the Vienna Evaluation Network event (VEN talks).

The 21st Event of the Vienna Evaluation Network will take place on Thursday, 27 January 2022 from 4 until 5.30 p.m. CET online.

More information on the topic and a registration link can be found on www.viennaevaluationnetwork.eu.

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