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Key dates Deadline for proposals: December 14, 2018 

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The end of the year is nearly upon us and we're putting together a list. Help us spread some end-of-year cheer by sharing your favourite monitoring and/or evaluation resource that you've used this year - particularly if it's available freely online! It could be a new resource or something that's been around for a while that you've recently come across or rediscovered. It could be a guide, overview or discussion paper...

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As part of a project with an Australian state government agency, I am developing a rubric for people with little to no evaluation skills who might need to judge the quality of an evaluation report. This is within the context of a larger project whereby an evidence base of past evaluation reports is made available for program designers. We want users to access these reports, but also have some support to judge the quality of the reports.

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This guide builds on work of HIVOS' experimentation with and learning about Theory of Change (ToC), including the work of its Theory of Change Learning Group (established 2010). The guide is divided into three parts: Part A introduces theory of change and Hivos’ perspective on ToC thinking: what it is, what users should know before they start, and key features of ToC thinking that users need to understand in order to be able to use the approach effectively. Part B is a stepwise approach to guide users through the process of developing a ToC for different purposes, including information on how to use specific tools recommended for each step. Part C contains references to tools suggested in Part B, as well as resources and sites where you can find more information about ToC use. 
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Register your interest in joining our invitation-only launch event via the link above. The launch will also be livestreamed. Biographies John Mitchell is the Director at ALNAP, which he has led for the past 15 years. ALNAP is a global network of NGOs, UN agencies, members of the Red Cross/Crescent Movement, donors, academics and consultants dedicated to learning how to improve responses to humanitarian crises, hosted at ODI.

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Please note. this course is only open to Indian citizens, currently living in India, with a minimum of 2 years of professional experience. The deadline for application is 25th November 2018. There are limited seats for this online course and a thorough review process will be undertaken to select the participants. Selected participants will be intimated of their selection by 20th December 2018.

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