There is no single, universally agreed set of capacity development dimensions to include in a measurement system. As with all other aspects of capacity development, measurement dimensions need to be specific to the context. In order to be fully comprehensive, the measurement system needs to cover all the relevant levels, types of capacity, and the themes for application in any capacity development framework being used. It may not be necessary to pay attention to all components all the time but, if the measurement is to be holistic and meaningful, there should be a balanced approach that ensures that all relevant aspects of capacity are covered at one time or another. Taking a holistic approach is also more likely to answer the needs of multiple stakeholders.
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