Difference outputs/results

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Thu, 11/02/2016 - 17:22 -- Kath

An output is “what the money buys”, what has actually been produced for the money given to the project. The result is the change brought by the project to an initial situation/challenge. Linked to the output, one can have specific results, which are the immediate advantage of producing an output telling us about the concrete benefit of using this specific output. If for example your output is a nature based flood prevention measure, your result can be the decrease of economic and environmental impacts of flooding.