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  1. Learning about learning in an adaptive programme

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  2. Specify the Key Evaluation Questions

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    ... 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? ...

  3. 52 weeks of BetterEvaluation: Week 28: Framing an evaluation: the importance of asking the right questions

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  4. 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. ...

  5. C4D Hub: Develop program theory or logic model

    Development Theme

    ... an intervention are understood to contribute to a chain of results (short-term outputs, medium-term outcomes) that produce ultimate ...

  6. 52 weeks of BetterEvaluation: Week 41: Recommended content from the BetterEvaluation community

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    You'll find hundreds of evaluation resources on the BetterEvaluation site. Some have come from recommendations by stewards. Some have come from our writeshop project or design clinics.  And there are great resources that have been recommended by...

  7. Impact evaluation

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  8. Randomised Controlled Trial

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    ... as cluster randomized control trials.  There are two main reasons to randomize at a level larger than the individual. First, it can ... treatment and control groups to derive the impact estimate. Results are reported to the implementing partner. Examples The RCT ...

  9. Evaluability Assessment

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  10. Week 18: is there a 'right' approach to establishing causation in advocacy evaluation?

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    We’ve talked  before  on this blog about evaluating advocacy interventions. One of the hottest debates is how and to what extent it is possible to establish causation in advocacy programmes. Here, Josephine Tsui, a Research Officer at ODI and...

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