This tool provides a critical assessment of whether an intervention is likely to change a partner’s behaviour that subsequently delivers benefits to the target group.
It describes a range of practical guiding questions to sense-check feasibility during intervention design and implementation.
It is not intended to be ‘more work’ for programmes, nor a separate tool or framework. Rather, these guiding questions build on frameworks already introduced and can be incorporated into any programme management document or process, such as intervention design workshops, concept notes, partnership justification documents, or intervention guides.
This tool is part of a 'good practice note' series developed by the Springfield Centre to provide guidance on common issues faced by MSD practitioners.