The BetterEvaluation Resource Library contains hundreds of curated and co-created resources related to managing, conducting, using, and strengthening capacity for evaluation.
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- This set of standards was developed by the Uganda Evaluation Association (UEA) in order to guide evaluations that take place in Uganda to ensure a good standard of practice is demonstrated by evaluators during evaluations.
- This set of standards and norms, developed by the United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG), are designed to increase the professionalisation of evaluation and provide guidance on the deve
- This paper, written by Jo Rycroft-Malone, Brendan McCormack, Alison M Hutchinson, Kara DeCorby, Tracey K Bucknall,Bridie Kent, Alyce Schultz, Erna Snelgrove-Clarke, Cheryl B Stetler, Marita Titler, Lars Wallin and Val Wilson describes the p
- This paper, written by Nguyen Viet Cuong for International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) explores some of the experiences and difficulties of evaluating the impact of programmes in Viet Nam.
- This paper is the strategic plan for the Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) of UN Women (UNW).
- This strategy document from the United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG) outlines the strategic pathway for all work conducted by UNEG for the period 2014 - 2019.
- This guidance note from the United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG) outlines a System-Wide Action Plan (SWAP) on Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women.
- This report from The World Bank documents the pilot of a program that examines the use of outcome harvesting and the Bank's results management approach to understand how change happens in complex environments.
- This case study from The World Bank looks at the use of outcome mapping to evaluate the effectiveness of a number of programs in Mongolia.
- This paper has been developed as part of the evaluation of the Australian Government’s Stronger Families and Communities Strategy 2000-2004 (the Strategy).
- This paper, written by Sholom Glouberman and Brenda Zimmerman for the Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada, looks at the health care system in Canada de
- This paper, written by Julia Balogun and Gerry Johnson, outlines a longitudinal, real-time analysis of planned change implementation to provide an explanation for the unintended results that come about from evaluation strategies.
- This paper, written by Henk van den Berg, analyses 25 impact evaluations of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programs based on the Farmer Field School approach.
- This report, written by Reychler, Scharbatke-Church and Thomas with support by Clegg and Heilman for the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), evaluates the effectiveness of the Peace, Confli
- An example of a COR used for an indigenous education program in Australia.
- This is an example of collaborative outcomes reporting (COR) used for a natural resource management program in South Australia.
- This report is an example of a Collaborative Outcomes Report (COR) from a community sustainability project in Victoria, Australia. It is titled "How we ran a behaviour change program and the lessons we learnt".
- This page describes the reporting outcomes of an Australian Government conducted COR process on a Dugong and Marine Turtle Project in Northern Australia.
- This is a concise description of ‘Performance Story’ written by Jess Dart and John Mayne for the Sage ‘Encyclopaedia of Evaluation’.
Listening to smaller voices: using an innovative participatory tool for children affected by HIV and AIDS to assess a life skills programmeThis paper details the evaluation of a Life Skills programme implemented by Family Health International (FHI 360), India.
- These updated design, monitoring and evaluation standards from the Australian Government aim to "improve the quality and use of Design and M&E products, and to integrate evaluative thinking into everyday work".
- This framework has been developed to guide the consistent and transparent evaluation of government programs in the New South Wales (Australia) State Government to inform decision making on policy directions, program design and implementatio
- This paper describes the quantitative and qualitative research designs for survey and ethnographic methods have been combined in the evaluations of conditional cash transfer (CCT) programs for the governments of Nicaragua
- A slideshow presentation demonstrating the use of Node XL to do a social network analysis of data from twitter.
- In this paper, Sitaram Asur and Bernardo A. Huberman argue that it is possible to use social media to predict real-world outcomes by analysing the chatter from twitter on specific topics.
The role of collective action in securing property rights for the poor: A case study in Jambi province, IndonesiaThis short paper summarises the results of a case study analysing the role of collective action in securing property right for the poor in two Indonesian villages.
- Divided into four main parts this book aims to share lessons and experiences and document cross-country learning in 11 countries from bridging research and extension to fostering multi-stakeholder partnership for “research to impact.” into
- This paper, authored by David Evans and Amanda Killoran, reports on an evaluation of a program designed to test a variety of models aimed at tackling health inequality.
- This paper, written by Sheela Patel, provides a case study of the development of the Society for the Promotion of Area Resource Centres (SPARC) in India.
- This archived page on UNICEF's website brings together a range of lessons learnt, best practices and innovations that have emerged from UNICEF's programs and evaluations over the five years to 2013.
- This paper, written by Dee Jupp and Sohel Ibn Ali with contribution from Carlos Barahona for Sida, uses the experiences of a social movement in Bangladesh to demonstrate how empowerment can be measured by those who are being empowered.
- Produced for the Early Childhood Nutrition and Anaemia Prevention Project, Fred Hollows Foundation, this Summary Report presents a large amount of non-numeric data effectively through the use of a timeline of the project.