After a rigorous internal audit, ISF Cambodia codified its goals and activities in a Theory of Change document. To ensure they had clearly defined goals, ISF’s Development Team analyzed the efficacy of existing programs, interviewed stakeholders, and rethought previous assumptions to draft the methodology I would use to make their theory of change chart design.

When translating their sprawling plan into a theory of change chart design, I focused on legibility. So, I cut down the amount of information by only focusing on three of the five hierarchy levels in ISF’s theory of change. They are: activities; outcomes; and impact.