Another field visit has passed like the wind. It left rich learning behind for all of us: for you and me. It’s been a pleasure really to hear local facilitators in Guyana, Cameroon, South Africa and the Philippines reflect on the legacy and sustainability of Participatory Video in their communities, alongside Jay Mistry from…Continue
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A roundtable consultation was organized on September 26, 2014 by Institute of Applied Manpower Research (IAMR), New Delhi, India in collaboration with national Planning Commission, Government of India to deliberate on the challenge as to how the global evaluation community can contribute to ensuring that evaluations play a key role in planning and implementation of policies and programmes for attaining future sustainable development goals at national, regional and international levels. The…Continue
I visited Khandwa district, Madhya Pradesh, India this month with the impressive NGO Eficor
There were remote villages untouched by 'mainstream development'. There were also villages near the town of Khalwa where industries had come up and health services were accessible. Interestingly children were better nourished (records of ICDS- weight by age) in the remote area, than the accessible one. Institutional delivery was however higher in the developed area. The remote…Continue
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The International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) in association with the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) Canada and UN Women requests proposals for systematic reviews on the following question:
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Many thanks for the friendly comments about our poster! For those who wish to learn more about the research, feel free to visit the dedicated site www.evawreview.de and download the full review report. It comes with an executive summary.
To answer Rituu's question; I believe that one reason for our success is that the form in which we present findings from Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) is quite novel. Also, we put much effort into making…
Following members shared about their sessions- Tessie Catsambas, Sharon Brisolara, Patricia Rogers and Rakesh Mohan
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Sharon Brisolara, United States…Continue
Message from Marco Segone
2015, the International year of Evaluation (EvalYear), is approaching quickly. We have the pleasure to share with you (Attachment) a proposed strategy to make 2015 EvalYear a success by levering the existing EvalPartners movement.
We invite you to lead an EvalYear 2015 process in your…
This blog is by Caroline Heider, Director General, Independent Evaluation Group. The blog was originally posted here http://ieg.worldbank.org/blog/evaluation-more-equitable-society…Continue
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Back from EES 2014, very much lived up to expectations. A group of us had first gone in 2010 to the EES Conference at Prague and that was part of the process leading to the Engendering Policy through Evaluation project managed by Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST), and to participation in EES 2012 and now EES 2014. We are pleased to have been part of the Gender Strand started if I’m not wrong, in 2010. Over these years, we’ve learnt a lot about evaluation approaches and methods and…Continue
Participation in EES, 2014 was an excellent opportunity to rethink assumptions, meet friends again and see bits of Dublin.
What did I learn from the four days I spent at EES? I learnt from 'systems-thinkers' the distinction between doing things right and doing the right things. If one has the wrong theory of change but a plan of action, one can land up doing planned things right, but not the right thing to address the issue that one wants to address be it poverty, HIV/AIDS, equity…Continue
Samraksha is a development organization which has been working with communities for more than two decades now. Samraksha started its work in the field of HIV and reproductive sexual health, and has always been committed to working with the communities in order to prevent the spread of HIV and reduce its impact on the affected people. In order to do this, we have always used strengths based approach and worked with different communities – communities of identity like those of women in sex…Continue
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My associate Wolfgang Stuppert and have been delighted about the 'best poster award' we won at the recent biennial conference of the European Evaluation Society (EES). This is because we have invested lots of time and effort to figure out how to present the rather complicated results of our Qualitative Comparative Analysis of 39 evaluations in the field of violence against women and girls. We're glad our efforts have been rewarded.…Continue