In the absence of performance data it was difficult to assess the project’s impact. It was probable that Mukim members who undertook the trainings about alternative models of natural resource management increased their knowledge. However without tracking progress against baseline information it was impossible to determine the extent to which awareness was raised. This shows the importance of not only measuring activity outputs, but elaborating a results-based project performance and monitoring plan from the project beginning to track progress made towards achieving outcomes and to measure results.