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1st Regional Conference 2019


Lines of inquiry

The quantitative data collected by the survey are combined to qualitative information to support the patterns observed. The questions have been designed according to the outcome matrix. The conference evaluation will look primarily at the impact of the conference on the participants and the specific lines of inquiry created in collaboration with the event team as  presented below:

 Survey Objectives Lines of inquiry
Document change in knowledge of the participants about cultural heritage protection for religious minorities


Did the participants  attend other conferences on cultural heritage ?


Did the beneficiaries benefit from the Conference?

Identify if the outcomes of the conference have been achieved How did they respond to the panels?


What lessons have they learned from the Conference?



It was initially planned to share the pulse survey with all the participants. However, this was not possible because of logistical and schedule modifications. The partners limited the dissemination of  questionnaires during  the conference. The assessment of the conference is, therefore, focused on the impact of the event on the participants.


Performance Matrix

Outcome Indicators Results
 Create a constituency of actors that can take action (collectively and individually) around a number of key common objectives and priorities related to the protection of cultural and religious heritage; Ind 1.1 %  of participants that have an enhanced knowledge about Morocco’s approach to preserve cultural and religious heritage. A Moroccan case study will be presented. 79.48%
Ind 1.2 % of participants reporting to have learned something new about the protection of cultural heritage 76.93%
Ind 1.3 # of participants to the conference N/A
Endorse concrete actions toward preserving the cultural and religious heritage in the concerned regions; Ind 2.1 % of participants reporting having a better ability to design approaches on preserving religious and cultural heritage in their country based on examples  discussed at the conference N/A
Ind 2.2 % of participants aware of the importance to protect cultural heritage in their community. 43%
Boost the needed technical assistance required by some countries and provided by others, including leading International Organizations in the field; Ind 3.1% increase of participants can identify 1 best practices for engaging local communities in preserving cultural heritage. 64%
Ind 3.2 % increase of participants who are in contact with international organizations 64%
Exchange best practices in preserving religious and cultural heritage as well as prompting public awareness in this regard. Ind 3.4 % of participants reporting  that the conference has provided them with an opportunity to exchange with regional actors 58.98%


Overall, surveyed participants highlighted that attending the conference was beneficial to the work they are undertaking in their countries and provided them with the opportunity to exchange with various actors what they learned during the two days. Additionally, It provided them with the opportunities to develop their thinking about future initiatives that can be developed and ways to strengthen their collaboration. The gained additional knowledge through the exchanges during the four-panel, and they report to have enhanced their ability to improve their actions.

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