Participatory social return on investment (PSROI)
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Permanent link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10568/36117
Internet URL: https://cgspace.cgiar.org/handle/10568/33719
A new approach to cost-benefit analysis that aims to first discover how a community can best adapt to climate change, and then uses stakeholder participation to measure the costs and benefits of the priority interventions. It is a participatory method for discovering the costs and benefits (economic, social and environmental) of an organization, policy or project. It uses focus groups and interviews with a wide range of stakeholders to create visual Impact Maps that tell the story of how change is being created and how the impacts can best be measured – all from the perspective of those directly affected.
Describes experiences of: CIAT, CCAFS, Oxford University with Participatory social return on investment, Community-based adaptation, Impact mapping