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  1. UNICEF Webinar 6: Comparative Case Studies

    Resource
    2015

    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?

    Webinar 6 on comparative case studies was presented by Dr. Delwyn Goodrick, with a Q&A session between the presenter and audience at the end.  It took place on Thursday, 27th of August, with a repeat session on Monday, 31st of August.

  2. C4D Hub: Identify potential unintended results

    Development Theme

    What is it

  3. Identify potential unintended results

    Task

    Many evaluations and logic models only focus on intended outcomes and impacts - but positive or negative unintended results can be important too.

    Use these options before a program is implemented to identify possible unintended outcomes and impacts, especially negative impacts (that make things worse not better) that should also be investigated and tracked.

    Make sure your data collection remains open to unintended results that you have not anticipated by including some open-ended questions in interviews and questionnaires, and by encouraging reporting of unexpected results.

  4. Outcome classification: A framework to tally outcome statements across projects

    Blog
    16th December, 2020

    It’s one thing to look at project and program ratings to see how well the stated objectives of a portfolio of projects are being met. But without an aggregate view of what these objectives are trying to achieve, it’s difficult to fully understand how well this portfolio is contributing to an organisation’s mission and wider development goals. What’s missing is a better understanding of the links between project objectives and the types of outcomes that these are aiming to achieve.

  5. Making Adaptation Count: Concepts and Options for Climate Change Adaptation...

    Resource
    Guide
    2011

    This paper offers a monitoring and evaluation framework of climate change interventions. It addresses the steps and processes that need to be considered in order to effectively conduct evaluations of Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) interventions

  6. C4D Hub: Develop an M&E Framework

    Development Theme

    What is it?

    A Monitoring and Evaluation Framework outlines the overall RM&E plan for monitoring and evaluating across an entire program, or across different programs. It should specify the monitoring strategies, any studies, reviews or evaluations to do done, with details about data sources, timing, management processes, as well as an overall program theory/logic model. 

  7. 52 weeks of BetterEvaluation: Week 23: Tips for delivering negative results

    It’s a scenario many evaluators dread: the time has come to present your results to the commissioner, and you’ve got bad news. Failing to strike the right balance between forthrightness and diplomacy can mean you either don’t get your message across, or alienate your audience.

  8. A quick primer on running online events and meetings

    Blog
    13th March, 2020

    Meetings and gatherings are vital components of evaluation. Often these are done face-to-face, however sometimes necessity or practicality makes meeting online the best option.

  9. Making the Case for Capacity Building

    Resource
    Example
    2012

    This case study evaluation of the Pact's Umbrella Grants Management (UGM) Program in South Africa highlights the additional benefits that the organisational capacity building assistance can provide to the effectiveness of grants.  

  10. BetterEvaluation hits five years!

    This month we're celebrating our 5th birthday!

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