Every study is different, so there is no such thing as a standard QuIP output. However, we do have some examples of how the approach has been used in different contexts and how the findings are presented. The pool of reports we can share publicly is somewhat limited, but some studies have been published which means we can share them here.
A full list of our studies may help give you an idea of how QuIP can be used, and these are also split by sector below:
- Rural livelihoods (agriculture)
- Market development
- Microfinance, savings and social cash transfers
- Health, nutrition, water and sanitation
- Sexual and reproductive health
- Community mobilisation and voluntary sector organisations
Please also check out our guest blogs from researchers, evaluators and commissioners:
- Using QuIP to assess the impact of World Food Programme food systems support in six countries
- Interviewing adolescent girls in Kenya: Feed the Children
- The importance of closing the feedback loop: a researcher’s perspective from Uganda
- Measuring economic empowerment in impact investing: AgDevCo
- Financial inclusion: are we finally asking the right questions?
- When Qualitative Approaches Work Best – Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA)
Note: Some older reports below predate Causal Map which means that the maps will look different and some of the terminology may be different.
Opportunity International: EduFinance, Kenya, School Fee Loans (2022)
A summary of findings from Voscur’s work to ‘Strengthen Bristol’s Social Economy’
Universidad Católica Argentina: Una evaluación de impacto integral de los centros barriales del Hogar de Cristo en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires (2020)
Power to Change: Summary of QuIP evaluation of Bright Ideas Programme (2020) and featured in their Impact Report