"Hi Rituu, Often useful reports and tools that would benefit the global collective are protected as internal documents and not shared in the global domain. Some of what I regard as the most useful evaluations and analyses I've developed,…"
During this event, moderated by Dr. Roopa Dhatt, Executive Director of Women in Global Health, panelists from Last Mile Health, Women in Global Health, and World Vision will discuss the importance of integrating gender equity into the community health COVID-19 pandemic response. Panelists will share insights and experiences related to reducing the gender gap through data, CHW programming, policy integration, and broader empowerment efforts. Additionally, the speakers will describe what this…See More
Using Evidence in Policy and Practice – Lessons from Africa jointly organized by UNICEF’s Evaluation Office, EVALSDGs and CLEAR Anglophone Africa (CLEAR–AA). When: Thursday, 7 May 2020, 9am EDT (New York time). Click here to join the webinar on 7 May, 9am EDT: >> Join the webinar <<See More
"Is anyone in the group aware of articles or webinars that discuss various methods for assessing long term impact - eg, evaluations that take place up to 5 years after a project or an intervention has been completed, to measure the level of sustained…"
Join Data for Impact on January 8, 2020 at 9 a.m. EST for a one-hour webinar sharing lessons learned in using most significant change for evaluation.Today, evaluations require methods that are flexible; allow for the complexity of current public health programming in low-resource settings; and address field challenges such as strict budget and time constraints, limited baseline data, and lack of access to…See More
Scott Chaplowe, Director of EME (Climate), Children's Investment Fund Foundation December 12, 2019 at 10am EDTRegister Now! Join us on Thursday, December 12 at 10am EDT, as Scott Chaplowe, Director of EME (Climate) at the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, joins the M&E Thursday Talks to lead a discussion on the “…See More
When it comes to doing the work of systems change, many organizations find that shifting mental models—mindsets and deeply held beliefs that influence how we think, what we do, and how we talk—within their stakeholders is one of the most challenging yet critical components to activate real and lasting change.What does it mean to “shift” mental models? Where would one start, and how does one overcome the many challenges that aim to keep historical mental models in place?Following up on the…See More