Mozambican Seed and Water Sectors go Sprockler
Various organisations and consortia working in the seed and water sector in Mozambique have started to use Sprockler to collect stories and data and make sense of their complex settings.
The Royal Tropical Institute is using it for its mid-term review of a nation-wide project for the seed sector. See here for their reports on what internal stakeholders and external stakeholders have to say about the project.
The Technical University of Delft has conducted a baseline survey to map water management in the Zambezi Valley. See here for the results.
Over twenty local and provincial coordinators and the head of monitoring and evaluation of the Agency for Development of the Zambezi Valley were trained to design inquiries, collect data, visualize them and interpret their meaning. To read the stories and data they collected during their training in the Manica province, see here.
The Agency for Development want to use Sprockler to conduct tracer studies for students: "Where do they end up after graduation and why?", to follow-up on action research: "Do communities indeed benefit from research projects and how?", and to measure the impact of short training courses: "Do participants apply what they learned in practice and to what extent?".
So stay tuned for more Sprockler news from Mozambique in the near future!