We harness the power of Good Collaboration and evaluation to amplify social impact and sustainable development
Day Four Projects acknowledges the complex systems in which our clients operate and seek to influence through their work. In adopting a systems-informed lens, we recognise the importance of relationships; the differing boundaries that actors may place around a system; as well as the need to consider multiple perspectives on a problem and a solution.
As a learning partner, we marry theory and practice to focus on participatory processes for connecting design, implementation, and evaluation so that pathways from vision to action are clear, meaningful, and fit for purpose.
We are experienced in working with individuals, teams, and multi-stakeholder initiatives from diverse backgrounds, geographies, and settings, including multilateral organisations, government agencies, health institutions, international think tanks, policy leaders, donors, private foundations, trusts, philanthropists, and with charities.
We are adept at navigating high profile and strategic dialogues with international organisations as well as on-the-ground participatory processes with grassroots organisations. As experienced online and in-person facilitators, we create accessible, inclusive, and innovative spaces for people of all lived experiences. To communicate new ways of thinking, we specialise in optimising findings to support dissemination, implementation, and uptake by others.
Our approach is principled, systems informed, quality controlled, and underpinned by robust qualitative and quantitative methods, ethical conduct, and equitable engagement. We also bring fresh perspectives from adjunct roles at the University of Melbourne and Swinburne University, Australia-wide experience, and diverse assignments from around the world.
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- Workshop facilitation
- Stakeholder engagement
- Strategy development
- Environmental scanning
- Partnership development
- Program planning
- Audit and review
- Monitor and track progress
- Feedback and learning
- Course correction
- Review and adaptation
- Training and capacity development