• Data visualization checklist

    Stephanie Evergreen (Evergreen Data) and Ann K.
  • UNICEF webinar: Overview of impact evaluation

    We often talk about the importance of knowing the impact of our work, but how is impact measured in practice? What are the ten basic things about impact evaluation that a UNICEF officer should know?
  • UNICEF webinar: Overview of data collection and analysis methods in Impact Evaluation

    What is the value of using mixed methods in impact evaluation? What methods and designs are appropriate for answering descriptive, causal and evaluative questions?
  • UNICEF webinar: Theory of change

    What is a Theory of Change? How is it different from a logframe? Why is it such an important part of an impact evaluation?
  • UNICEF webinar: Randomized controlled trials

    What are the key features of an RCT? Are RCTs really the gold standard? What ethical and practical issues do I need to consider before deciding to do an RCT?
  • UNICEF webinar: Comparative case studies

    What does a non-experimental evaluation look like? How can we evaluate interventions implemented across multiple contexts, where constructing a control group is not feasible?
  • UNICEF Webinar: Quasi-experimental design and methods

    What is the main difference between quasi-experiments and RCTs? How can I measure impact when establishing a control group is not an option?
  • From Evidence to Action: The Story of Cash Transfers and Impact Evaluation in Sub-Saharan Africa

    This book presents a detailed overview of the impact evaluations of cash transfer programmes, carried out by the Transfer Project and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)'s From Protection to Production project.
  • Impact evaluation: UNICEF's briefs and videos

    Nikola Balvin, Knowledge Management Specialist at the UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti, presents new resources on impact evaluation and discusses how they can be used to support managers who commission impact evaluations.
  • Better Monitoring: Help us address the neglected ‘M’ in M&E

    Effective monitoring is essential for managing performance, however, despite this, monitoring is often undervalued and understood quite narrowly.
  • What do we need for better monitoring?

    This blog by Jo Hall and Patricia Rogers provides an update on the Global Partnership for Better Monitoring project.
  • QuIP and the Yin/Yang of Quant and Qual: How to navigate QuIP visualisations

    This discussion paper reviews how quantitative and qualitative processes are utilised in analysis and presentation of data
  • Mixed methods in evaluation Part 3: Enough pick and mix; time for some standards on mixing methods in impact evaluation

    In our third blog on mixed methods in evaluation, Tiina Pasanen from ODI focusses in on impact evaluations (IEs) – a specific type of evaluation with a lot of attention in international development right now, with hundreds being conducted e
  • L’évaluation en contexte de développement

    Ce manuel est destiné aux personnes souhaitant s’initier à l’évaluation de programmes, en particulier en contexte de développement et de coopération internationale. À cet égard, tout en déroulant le fil d’une démarche évaluative classique, il présente…