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  1. Learning to Make All Voices Count- Leveraging Complexity-Aware MEL to Pursue Change in Complex Systems​

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    Discussion paper
    2017


    Global Integrity, in collaboration with Making All Voices Count, has compiled material from the Learning to Make All Voices Count program, in which they worked with six partners in five countries, and supported their efforts to develop and apply an adaptive, learning-centered approach to strengthening subnational citizen engagement in their contexts. There is a focus on complexity-aware MEL as a crucial component of this approach. 

  2. USAID Collaborating, Learning and Adapting in Action Case Competition Library

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    USAID's annual Collaborating, Learning and Adapting (CLA) Case Competition captures case studies of USAID staff and implementing partners using a CLA approach for organizational learning and better development outcomes. This searchable database allows users to search through submissions based on a number of parameters. 

  3. OPM's approach to assessing value for money

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    Guide
    2018

    A clear and well-informed guide to evaluating value for money which addresses important issues including the limitations of using indicators epsecially for complex interventions, and the need to address unintended impacts and complicated causal contribution.

  4. Developmental Evaluation: Diagnostic Checklist

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    This checklist aims to help users assess whether Developmental Evaluation is a good fit for your situation. The tool is comprised of three checklists that ask you to answer a series of questions in the following areas: Developmental situation, adaptive capacity and readiness for learning and evaluation.

  5. Outcome monitoring and learning in large multi-stakeholder research programmes: lessons from the PRISE consortium

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    Discussion paper
    2019

    This discussion paper outlines the key lessons to emerge from designing and applying an outcome monitoring system to the Pathways to Resilience in Semi-arid Economies (PRISE) project - a five-year, multi-country, multi-project and multi-partner research consortium that generated new knowledge about how economic development in semi-arid regions could be made more equitable and resilient to climate change. The aim of this system was to continuously capture, analyse and understand changes in stakeholder behaviour and actions around the research activities and results, and how these changes can ultimately lead to sustained shifts in policy and practice.