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Hur Hassnain liked Rituu B Nanda's blog post Learnings & some nice things from European Evaluation Society conference 2018
Oct 9
Hur Hassnain commented on Rituu B Nanda's blog post Learnings & some nice things from European Evaluation Society conference 2018
"Thanks Rituu for penning down such a comprehensive account of the EES Conference. Wish we could all follow your paths for creating an enabling environment for learning and sharing."
Oct 9
Rituu B Nanda commented on Hur Hassnain's blog post Closing the Learning Loop – How to extend the ownership of evaluation findings to project beneficiaries?
"Hi Hur, I found the title very interesting. Extend ownership ....please elaborate how did the comunity 'own' this evaluation. Many thanks"
Aug 29
Marion A. Cabanes commented on Hur Hassnain's blog post Closing the Learning Loop – How to extend the ownership of evaluation findings to project beneficiaries?
"You have here very strong points to make monitoring and evaluation more participatory, and let beneficiaries or change agents tell us about what they feel about changes."
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Closing the Learning Loop – How to extend the ownership of evaluation findings to project beneficiaries?

The monitoring and evaluation field of development and humanitarian aid has seen advancements from traditional ways to new methods, such as using drones for collecting data. However, we have not yet answered the key questions: who is really benefiting from the learning results and who is accountable?I have seen many evaluation…See More
Jul 22
Hur Hassnain commented on Hur Hassnain's blog post Seven Tips to better evaluations in fragility, conflict and violence
"Hi Rituu. Thank you for a very interesting question; you made me really think about it actually. I come from a conflict-affected context and have seen first-hand how it affects the community at different levels, I think this is why this topic is…"
Jul 22
Rituu B Nanda commented on Hur Hassnain's blog post Seven Tips to better evaluations in fragility, conflict and violence
"Thanks for sharing Hur. Fragility, conflict and violence is one of the areas of your work. I see that your deep connection with the subject. What drives you towards this issue?"
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Hur Hassnain commented on Hur Hassnain's blog post Seven Tips to better evaluations in fragility, conflict and violence
"Thank you very much Eddah for your comment and liking the blog post. Number 7 is very close to my heart too :)  Hope all is well"
Jul 19
Eddah Kanini commented on Hur Hassnain's blog post Seven Tips to better evaluations in fragility, conflict and violence
"Thank you Hur for the information. Its very educative I especially like the number 7 "is it worth the cost"? And indeed, it's worth the cost in order to inform the made decisions, to track results, to know if the activities are…"
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Closing the Learning Loop – How to extend the ownership of evaluation findings to project beneficiaries?

Posted on July 22, 2018 at 22:52 2 Comments

The monitoring and evaluation field of development and humanitarian aid has seen advancements from traditional ways to new methods, such as using drones for collecting data. However, we have not yet answered the key questions: who is really benefiting from the learning results and who…

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Seven Tips to better evaluations in fragility, conflict and violence

Posted on July 17, 2018 at 4:59 4 Comments

The World Bank estimates that by 2030, the share of global poor living in contexts of Fragility, Conflict and Violence (FCV) is projected to reach 46%. According to the OECD, ‘fragile states’ are most at risk of not achieving…

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Children Measuring Their Perceived Level of Safety in Fragile and Conflict Affected Contexts

Posted on May 26, 2017 at 20:37 8 Comments

Children are more often simply seen as the recipients of assistance designed by others rather than as agents of change who can help shape how their needs are responded to. It is quite rare, especially in a conflict affected country to ask children directly what their problems are and what change they want to see,…

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At 9:40 on May 9, 2017, Rituu B Nanda said…

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