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  1. 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.

  2. Check Results Match Expert Predictions

    Evaluation Option

    Expert predictions can be a useful part of developing the program theory. Program staff can draw expert predictions from the literature or by engaging a group of experts.

  3. Compare results to the counterfactual


    One of the three tasks involved in understanding causes is to compare the observed results to those you would expect if the intervention had not been implemented - this is known as the 'counterfactual'.

  4. Check Results Match a Statistical Model

    Evaluation Option

    Program staff may develop a statistical model as part of the project theory design. Statistical models can be useful tools to predict elements of the program:

    • Cost
    • Time
    • Comparison between groups
  5. Handbook on Monitoring and Evaluating for Results


    This guide from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) provides a detailed overview for using the UNDP evaluation framework in evaluations of UNDP projects and programs.

  6. Training on Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation

    29th January, 2018 to 22nd February, 2018

    The 5 days course covers the principles and practices for results based monitoring and evaluation. This course equips participants with skills in setting up and implementing results based monitoring and evaluation systems. The participants will benefit from the latest M&E practices including the results and participatory approaches. This course will bring learning to practice for participants to learn about the results levels and their linkage with indicators and techniques for tracking and assessing the progress of a project with the aim of achieving long term results.

  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. How to manage an Evaluation and disseminate its Results


    This guide from the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) outlines the roles and responsibilities of evaluation managers during and after the evaluation has taken place.

  9. Tool Kit on Gender Equality Results and Indicators


    This tool kit, written by Juliet Hunt for the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and AusAID, aims to provide development practitioners with the knowledge and tools necessary to ensure gender perspectives are taken into account when developing international development programs and initiatives.

  10. Handbook on Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating for Development Results


    This handbook from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) was developed to support staff to implement successful planning, monitoring and evaluation systems.