MD-JEF-1 [*] DEEEP-GUIDE-2015-380

The Most significant change (MSC) technique. A Guide to its use

Rick Davies ; Jess Dart


Abstract: This publication is aimed at organisations, community groups, students and academics who wish to use MSC to help monitor and evaluate their social change programs and projects, or to learn more about how it can be used. The technique is applicable in many different sectors, including agriculture, education and health, and especially in development programs. It is also applicable to many different cultural contexts. MSC has been used in a wide variety of countries by a range of organisations.

Keyword(s): Evaluation ; Auto-evaluation ; Monitoring ; Capacity Building ; storytelling ; reporting ; Learning ; Participation
Note: Copyright for the MSC Guide is held by the authors, Rick Davies and Jess Dart. We are interested in making the Guide as widely available as possible. This document is freely available in pdf format from our websites at and You can also download pdf copies from the sponsors’ websites: CARE International, United Kingdom, Oxfam Community Aid Abroad, Australia, Learning to Learn, Government of South Australia, Oxfam New Zealand, Christian Aid, United Kingdom, Exchange, United Kingdom, Ibis, Denmark, Mellemfolkeligt Samvirke (MS), Denmark, Lutheran World Relief, United States of America,

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 Record created 2015-11-09, last modified 2016-01-15

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