Description: In this curriculum, we present one method that does its best to align to the requirements of creating a development hypothesis for a Development Food Security Activity (DFSA) funded by USAID’s Office of Food for Peace (FFP). Previous experience in program and TOC development, participant feedback from six years of TOPS workshops, and input from the FFP Monitoring and Evaluation Team all help to craft this curriculum.
Quick Tip: 💡 This handbook includes descriptions about causal analysis and problem trees within the theory of change, a process of problem-solving that is relevant to any facilitator working in international development. This handbook is overall a good tool for facilitators to use when preparing for longer workshops.
Creator: TOPS Program
Number of Pages: 130