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  1. Remembering John Mayne

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    This week we wanted to share and celebrate the important contributions to improving evaluation from John Mayne, a Fellow of the Canadian Evaluation Society and twice recipient of the CES Award for Contribution to Evaluation in Canada. ...

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  3. Describe the theory of change

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    ... as a project, program or policy) contribute to a chain of results that lead to the intended or observed impacts.  Other labels that your ... and, if not, if it is possible to add them either in the main diagram and narrative or in supplementary documents: Change ...

  4. Qualitative Impact Assessment Protocol (QuIP)


    ... beneficiaries. Respondents are asked to talk about the main changes in their lives over a pre-defined recall period and prompted to ... context, geography, treatment and/or positive and negative results from existing monitoring data. A QuIP questionnaire includes ...

  5. Evaluations made in Portuguese: the Lusophone space

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  6. Specify the Key Evaluation Questions


    ... to have too many Key Evaluation Questions - a maximum of 5-7 main questions will be sufficient. It might also be useful to have some more ... To what extent is the program producing worthwhile results (outputs, outcomes) and/or meeting each of its objectives? ...

  7. Doing Development Differently means Doing Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Differently too

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    This week, Arnaldo Pellini (Senior Research Fellow, Overseas Development Institute and Lead for Learning at the Knowledge Sector Initiative, Indonesia) and Louise Shaxson (Senior Research Fellow, Overseas Development Institute) reflect on some...

  8. Learning about learning in an adaptive programme

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  9. 52 weeks of BetterEvaluation: Week 28: Framing an evaluation: the importance of asking the right questions

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  10. Week 22: Using evaluation in programme design – a funder’s perspective

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    Stephen Porter is Results and Evaluation Advisor for the Education and Partnerships team at DFID. ...