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Blog19th March, 2014
BetterEvaluation was privileged to sponsor the Methodological Innovation stream at the African Evaluation Association (AfREA) conference from 3-7 March. What did we learn?
We set out with three questions to focus the panel sessions and workshops in this stream:
- What are examples of effective innovation in evaluation?
- What kinds of innovation are needed to address unmet challenges?
- How do we support effective innovation - in terms of both inventing and adopting new methods and processes?
Blog5th June, 2014
Our blogger this week is Jesper Johnsøn, Senior Advisor to the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre. Jesper highlights a frequent confusion among anti-corruption practitioners between the difficulty measuring levels of corruption and the evaluability of anti-corruption initiatives, and urges us not to give us on rigorous evaluation.
Blog25th January, 2018
Blog9th December, 2015
This is a discussion led by Rituu B Nanda regarding Laura Hughston's report which presents a child-led evaluation of a multi-sectoral programme in Cambodia seeking to empower adolescent girls and address the challenges they face accessing quality education. The original discussion can be found on Gender and Evaluation.
Blog22nd July, 2016
We've been getting some great questions recently - so we're starting to share our answers through these blogs. We'd welcome any additional suggestions for how to respond, or useful resources. Just add these to the comments box below.
I’m wanting to do an impact evaluation. What kinds of theories should I use for developing a theory of change?
Blog17th December, 2014
In Week 19 in May we blogged about ways of framing the difference between research and evaluation. We had terrific feedback on this issue from the international BetterEvaluation community and this update shares the results.
Blog12th September, 2019
Blog21st March, 2014
Blog7th April, 2017
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 of the challenges around monitoring, evaluating and learning (MEL) from adaptive programmes.
Blog9th September, 2021
As of September 9th, BetterEvaluation’s inaugural CEO, Patricia Rogers has passed on the reins to the BetterEvaluation team and Mark Madden, the interim CEO. In this blog post, Patricia shares some of her highlights over the past 12 years.