Many problems with evaluations can be traced back to the Terms of Reference (ToR) - the statement of what is required in an evaluation. Many ToRs are too vague, too ambitious, inaccurate or not appropriate.
Principles and strategies for overcoming challenges to evaluation in situations of conflict and fragility
The challenges of conducting evaluation in situations of conflict and fragility have been well documented. They have been widely experienced and understood and therefore are not outlined in this post.
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To coincide with EvalPartners' e-learning unit on Utilization-Focused Evaluation (UFE), this week BetterEvaluation is highlighting the wide variety of resources that are available to those who'd like to learn more about this approach.
This week we’re featuring Developmental Evaluation to coincide with EvalPartners’ e-learning unit on the approach as part of its e-Learning course on Equity-focused Evaluations.
This blog post summarises some great tools, methods and tips for enhancing your communication and evaluation reporting.
BetterEvaluation is on the ground at the European Evaluation Society 10th Biannual conference in Helsinki this week.
I am at the European Evaluation Society conference in Helsinki and I attended the gender and evaluation session to learn more about approaches and practices.
This is an update for our early site users on what's been going on in August. The website is still under development but we are now undertaking a series of tests in anticipation of going live.
The Guide to Evaluating Rural Extension is a new resource produced by The Global Forum for Rural Advisory Services (GFRAS).
In a recent workshop on 'Designs for Performance Evaluation', which Patricia Rogers conducted with program officers from USAID, we looked at seven methods and strategies which might be usefully added to the repertoire for collecting, analyzing or synth
I come from an agricultural research and development background and am convinced that the complex problems we deal cannot be addressed by one organization alone.