Our impact

Our partnership is rich on several levels: nature of the partners, geographical and cultural diversity, subjects: scientific, entrepreneurial, and political issues.

We want to capitalize on the successes of the projects, share them through concrete examples, but especially communicate them to the marine conservation community.

We want to value the results that we have managed to achieve together, what the cumulative activities, synergies, sharing and financial support of MAVA have allowed to emerge; and how in 5 years of collaborative work, we have been able to make a difference for marine conservation ecologically, economically and above all humanely.

Our methodology

Everyone talks about impact measurement, but no one is quite sure how to go about it. Here is our plan of action:

1. Identification of the global expected outcomes: Participatory approach to the global theory of change before projects start;

2. Definition of cross-cutting indicators at the partnership level;

3. Data collection with several rounds of tailored questionnaires and individual interviews with project coordinators, investigation at key project meetings, meeting and interviewing field actors and beneficiaries;

4. Cross-analysis of data to arrive at cumulative impacts for marine biodiversity;

5. Validation by all project coordinators of the network;

6. Drafting and publication of the report, to be published in summer 2022;

7.Valorization in the form of an animated infographic.

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