Blue Marble Evaluation is a relatively new approach. To illuminate what Blue Marble Evaluation looks like when applied to various context, we are compiling a set of case studies. These cases include global systems change initiatives that have included some or all of the Blue Marble Evaluation principles AND those that may be ripe for Blue Marble Evaluation but have not yet taken that approach.
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Principles-Driven Responsive Philanthropy: Building Bridges Across Communities for Peace, Prosperity and Planet
A case study on convergences between Blue Marble operating principles and GHR's BridgeBuilder® guiding principles.…
Evaluating Agriculture Systems Change
The Collaborative Crop Research Program (CCRP) funds 85 agriculture research projects in the Andes and Africa. CCRP’s work has an Agroecological Intensification (AEI) focus based on using ecological principles to sustainably cultivate land. The…
Adapting to a Rapidly Changing Coastal Zone: Western Region of Ghana
Transforming fisheries and coastal governance anywhere on the plant is a complex and long-term challenge as issues are inter-related, cross-scale, cross-sector and require a collaborative and adaptive approach. This case study in the Western Region of Ghana illustrates different values,…
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