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This paper discusses using imagery data in evaluations and the advantages and limitations of relevant methodologies.
Extracting meaningful findings from qualitative data requires an evaluator to have the right tools to able to organize, code, and immerse themselves in the data.
How might you use participatory tools like the Bridge Model and Seasonal Calendars to collect data? And how can you do so virtually?
In this webinar, Jess Littman and Odile Drice David, MBA discussed why and how to integrate participatory methods into existing evaluations.
This publication responds to the need for practical guidance for evaluators, evaluation managers, and programme staff to incorporate a human rights and gender equality lens into the si
This book discusses the efforts of American Indian and Alaskan Native (AIAN) communities to reclaim and revitalize their education systems through tribally controlled colleges, univers
This webinar by the Global Evaluation Initiative (GEI) and the Center for Learning on Evaluation and Results for Francophone Africa (CLEAR-FA) explored how policymakers and development
This chapter provides a detailed introduction to critical systems heuristics and the use of its central tool, boundary critique.
This paper argues that critical systems heuristics (CSH) has been an influential approach, but one that is underutilised compared with other methods.
This resource presents the revised evaluation competencies for the United Nations system, highlighting their importance for evaluators, evaluation unit heads, commissioners, and users.
The GEI and the Centers for Learning on Evaluation and Results (the CLEAR centers) have partnered with the Climate Investment Funds' (CIF) Evaluation and Learning (E&L) Initiative
In this video, Ketevan Nozadze, Global Evaluation Initiative (GEI) discuss broadly why evaluation is important in climate action.
In this video, Megha Pradhan (CLEAR-SA) presents how to develop a program theory of change.
In this video, Gabriel Weber Costa (CLEAR-LAB) talks about monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and how we can use them to inform decisions in climate action.
In this video, Jenean Pretorius (CLEAR-AA) discuss how monitoring and evaluation can be used throughout the program cycle.
This website provides information about the activities of the South African Department: Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME).
South Africa has produced 8 National Evaluation Plans since the inception of the National Evaluation System in 2011.
This national evaluation policy aims to be a unifying tool in developing a national evaluation system to help improve public action and strengthen the evaluation culture of the adminis
This policy provides a framework for setting up and strengthening monitoring and evaluation (M&E) in the public sector of Zambia.
This Evaluation Capacity Development Strategy sets out WFP's approach to developing staff evaluation skills and capacity, addressing gaps between current WFP evaluation capacities and
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