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  2. 2nd Asia Pacific Evaluation Association (APEA) International Evaluation Conference

    25th February, 2019 to 1st March, 2019

    The 2nd Asia Pacific Evaluation Association (APEA) International Evaluation Conference will be held in Pasig City from February 25 to March 1. The conference's overarching theme is: Reducing Poverty-Enabling Peace: Evaluation for Accountability, Transparency and Sustainable Development.

  3. 52 weeks of BetterEvaluation: Week 35: Social return on investment in evaluation

    29th August, 2013

    In this week’s blog we interview Wouter Rijneveld, a consultant working on measurement and utilisation of results, mainly in international development. He recently published a paper on the use of the Social Return on Investment approach in Malawi and we wanted to find out about his experience of using this less-reported approach. We were doubly interested when he told us that he was initially skeptical about SROI.

  4. AES Workshop: Introduction to qualitative research methods

    14th November, 2018

    During this introductory, highly participatory course, registrants will develop a ‘hands on’ deep understanding of the what, why, and how of qualitative research methods. Each participant will be supported to develop their knowledge of the main qualitative research methods and appreciate how the components of rigorous design, analysis, and knowledge translation can create effective qualitative research.

  5. 52 weeks of BetterEvaluation: Week 28: Framing an evaluation: the importance of asking the right questions

    9th July, 2013

    BetterEvaluation recently published a paper which presented some the confusion which can result when commissioners and evaluators don’t spend enough time establishing basic principles and understanding before beginning the evaluation. This blog, from Mathias Kjaer of Social Impact (SI), uses a recent evaluation experience in Philippines to present some tips on how to choose the right questions to frame an evaluation.

  6. Summer School Programme: Result-based M&E and Outcome and Impact Evaluation

    7th September, 2015 to 18th September, 2015

    As part of the 10th Annual Edition of the joint Bologna Centre for International Development / Department of Economics Summer School Programme on Monitoring and Evaluation, the programme's focus for the September 2015 modules is on Result-based Monitoring and Evaluation (first module) and Outcome and Impact Evaluation (second module). 

  7. Catholic Relief Services' (CRS) Guidance for Developing Logical and Results Frameworks


    This document was primarily written to provide guidance for conceptualizing, writing, selecting and measuring project performance indicators.

  8. Identify potential unintended results


    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.

  9. Monitoring and Evaluation for Results (Multiple dates/locations)

    20th June, 2016 to 16th November, 2016
    United Kingdom

    Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) for Results is for managers and monitoring and evaluation officers who need to supervise, manage, plan and implement M&E in their projects and programmes. The course addresses M&E for the entire results chain, including the all-important outcomes.  The approach taken is participatory so participants are able to put the theory covered into action.  

  10. Check the results are consistent with causal contribution


    One of the tasks involved in understanding causes is to check whether the observed results are consistent with a cause-effect relationship between the intervention and the observed impacts.