System change evaluation methodology – call for co-creation and feedback

At TSIC, we have been thinking about how to evaluate the impact of system change interventions for a while and a few months ago, we started working on a practical system change evaluation methodology. This document presents our initial thinking on the methodology, based on what we’ve heard and learnt. To make sure it responds to the challenges and needs of system change interventions, we would like to gather your feedback on the progresses we have made so far. We are also looking for system change interventions, evaluators and funders who would like to participate in the co-creation of the methodology.

We have highlighted some key questions that we are particularly interested in. Please share your thoughts on these questions or any other feedback with us via email ( If you are interested in co-creating the methodology, please contact

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