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  1. Starting out on Social Return on Investment (SROI)

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    Guide
    2014

    This guide, created by Social Value UK (formerly SROI Network) in collaboration with Hall Aitken, is aimed at providing guidance to those who have never used SROI on where to begin. The guide provides practical steps to beginning the process of SROI and includes links to tools aimed at supporting its implementation.

  2. Designing Quality Survey Questions

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    Guide
    2018

    Designing Quality Survey Questions addresses challenges such as language preferences for standard demographic questions (e.g. How to ask about gender), creative question design to keep respondents engaged and avoid survey fatigue, web-based survey formats, culturally-responsive survey design, and factors that influence survey responses (memory, social desirability, etc.). Numerous examples of questions illustrate each identified principle of question construction. 

  3. Developmental Evaluation: Applying Complexity Concepts to Enhance Innovation & Use

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    Guide

    In this book, Michael Quinn Patton describes the process of conducting developmental evaluations for ongoing program development.

  4. Community Health Worker Evaluation Tool Kit

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    Tool

    The Tool Kit was developed to be a practical and useful guide to program evaluation for CHWs and CHW programs. 

  5. The 'Most Significant Change' Technique- A Guide to Its Use

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    Guide
    2005

    Essential reading for anyone seeking to use 'Most Significant Change' (MSC). Written by the two developers of MSC (Rick Davies and Jess Dart), it provides an overview, clear guidance on MSC in 10 steps, and advice on troubleshooting and incorporating MSC in an M & E system.

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  6. Participatory Approaches

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    Guide
    2014

    This guide, written by Irene Guijt for UNICEF, looks at the use of participatory approaches in impact evaluation. Using participatory approaches means involving stakeholders, particularly those affected by intervention, in the evaluation process. This includes involvement in the design, data collection, analysis, reporting, and management of the study. 

  7. Carrying out qualitative research under lockdown – Practical and ethical considerations

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    Guide
    2020

    "How can qualitative researchers collect data during social-distancing measures? Adam Jowett outlines several techniques researchers can use to collect data without face-to-face contact with participants. Bringing together a number of previous studies, he also suggests such techniques have their own methodological advantages and disadvantages and that while these techniques may appear particularly apt during the coronavirus crisis, researchers should take time to reflect on ethical issues before re-designing their studies."

  8. Feminist Evaluation and Gender Approaches: There’s a Difference?

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    Discussion paper
    2010

    The purpose of this article is to provide readers with a historical overview and description of feminist evaluation and gender approaches. It is intended for those who are interested in understanding these approaches to evaluation, and their differences. ​

  9. Gantt Chart

    Resource
    2014

    Gantt charts allow you to plan and analyse more complex projects by giving you the ability to plan and schedule tasks, allocate resources and develop a critical pathway for project completion.

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