Endline findings of the Millennium Villages in Northern Ghana Impact Evaluation (MVEval)

Itad is pleased to announce the publication of the endline findings of the Millennium Villages in Northern Ghana Impact Evaluation (MVEval). Go to MVEval findings: http://mvevalonline.itad.com This independent, mixed method impact evaluation, surveyed over 2,000 households from within 35 villages in the project site and included three qualitative longitudinal studies that collected evidence on institutional… Read More Endline findings of the Millennium Villages in Northern Ghana Impact Evaluation (MVEval)

Candice Morkel’s Six Top Tips for YEEs

Evaluation for Development New content has been added at Zenda Ofir’s blog. Candice Morkel’s Six Top Tips for YEEs **6 min read** Candice is a livewire at CLEAR-AA in Johannesburg. Together with another livewire colleague, Mokgophana Ramasobana, she is responsible for, among others, the Development Evaluation Training Programme in Africa (DETPA, also known as the… Read More Candice Morkel’s Six Top Tips for YEEs

Monitoring Peace, Evaluating Institutions, Building Capacity

A Data-Driven Conversation on SDG 16 and its Upcoming 2019 Review Apply now to follow this free UNITAR event. It  will include a brief desk review based on a selection of national voluntary reviews, a reflection on the availability and measurement of indicators on SDG 16 by the data initiative with an eye to lessons… Read More Monitoring Peace, Evaluating Institutions, Building Capacity

Are the DAC Evaluation Criteria still relevant?

Participate in the Global Consultation! OECD DAC has started a process of exploring the adaptation of the DAC Evaluation Criteria to the new development context and landscape. The Survey at dacevaluationcriteria.org is open to all stakeholders in the evaluation profession and the broader development community in what will be a broad based consultative process. The… Read More Are the DAC Evaluation Criteria still relevant?

The SDGs can add the missing context to Poverty Analysis

by Karsten Weitzenegger, Member of PEGNet Poverty, hunger, well-being, education, and ecosystem health are interrelated. The relationships are nonlinear, dynamic, and complex. The SDGs help analysts to understand the this interlinked context. Recognizing the intrinsic linkage between poverty eradication and sustainable development, Agenda 2030 calls for global transformation that focuses on ending poverty, protecting the… Read More The SDGs can add the missing context to Poverty Analysis