Caren worked with the team at Small Foundation to develop their Theory of Change for alleviating extreme poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa by 2030 through catalyzing income-generating opportunities for extremely poor people in rural sub‑Saharan Africa. The Theory of Change and supporting narrative can be found here.
This project used theory of change techniques and methodology to help inform the Forest Stewardship Council’s Global Strategy. Work included designing and facilitating a 2-day workshop with the FSC Board as well as preparation calls and debriefs with Board committees and advisory of how to apply theory of change to strategy and performance management andTheory of Change Facilitation: FSC Strategy [Read More]
Caren, working with Aimee Russillo of Liseed Consulting, supported the Fair Trade USA team to develop their refreshed theory of change. This included drafting and facilitating workshops to help frame up the theory and underlying assumptions. The Fair Trade USA Theory of Change can be found here.
Working collaboratively with the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) team, Enabling Outcomes drafted a Theory of Change and supporting narrative. Activities included facilitating a team workshop and 1:1 stakeholder consultations. This process helped reinforce core areas of BCI’s work, identified areas for deepening and broadening BCI’s impact and influence to scale better cotton, and helped inform the scope ofBetter Cotton Initiative Theory of Change [Read More]
IRIS, an initiative of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), is a voluntary multi-stakeholder certification system for labor recruiters developed to support ethical recruitment of migrant workers. It is comprised of an international standard, certification scheme, and a compliance and monitoring mechanism. For businesses and migrant workers, IRIS serves as a due diligence tool forInternational Recruitment Integrity System (IRIS) Advisory [Read More]