Collaborative Impact Management Program offers consulting that aims to improve expertise in the performance management, and enhance the effectiveness of public-private cooperation projects.
Collaborative Impact Management Program supports the impact management of civil society cooperation projects. Participating organizations and consulting agencies jointly set the PDM (Project Design Matrix) and indicators of a project, and the agencies conduct monitoring and provide feedback during the project period.
Program arrangements & stakeholders
KOICAConducts demand surveys and selects agencies for collaborative impact management programs among public-private cooperation projects
Organization participating in public-private partnership projects Implements the projects and participates in the performance management
Impact management consulting agencyParticipates in the Collaborative Impact Management Program with the launch of a projectEstablishes performance models and standards, applies the performance management methods, conducts monitoring and offers feedback
Civil society organizations in Korea :NGO/NPOs registered under the central or local government
Universities and research institutes : Universities and research institues based on relevant laws
Year N-1 (Dec)· Selecting projects for the program
Year N (Feb-Mar)· Opening of public tender by sectors· Comprehensive evaluation(technology, price)
Year N (May-)· Reviewing PDM· Regular monitoring· Providing consultation on impact management
Final Year· Evaluating results· Supporting endline surveys
Performance by year
For more information
Civil Society Partnership Department: 82-31-740-0574/(FAX)82-31-740-0576