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  1. The role of research in pro-poor dairy policy shift in Kenya


    This working paper forms part of the International Livestock Research Institute’s (ILRI’s) and Overseas Development Institute’s (ODI’s) ‘Process and Partnership for Pro-poor Policy Change’, which seeks to identify and institutionalize innovative research and development mechanisms and approaches that lead to pro-poor policy. 

  2. What do we mean by ‘impact’?

    17th March, 2016

    International development is fixated with impact. But how do we know we’re all talking about the same thing?

  3. Measuring the hard to measure in development (in person and online attendance available)

    16th January, 2018
    United Kingdom

    In partnership with CARE International, this ODI panel leads an interactive session on ‘how to measure the hard to measure’ in development. The event explores and compares learning from three projects tackling these challenges, based on four dimensions of ‘hard to measure’ aspects of development interventions, and is followed by a networking reception.

  4. Partner-led evaluation for policy research programmes: A thought piece on the KNOWFOR programme evaluation

    Discussion paper

    This paper discusses the strengths, challenges and appropriateness of a partner-led evaluation approach, drawing on the experience of the UK Government Department for International Development (DFID)-funded International Forestry Knowledge programme, ‘KNOWFOR’. 

  5. Making adaptive rigour work: Principles and practices for strengthening monitoring, evaluation and learning for adaptive management


    This briefing from the Global Learning for Adaptive Management (GLAM) initiative sets out key elements of an ‘adaptive rigour’ approach to adaptive management.