The United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG) reports that the outcome document of the United Nations Summit for the adoption of the post-2015 development agenda, “Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development“, is now available. It was agreed to by consensus by Member States on Sunday, 2 August 2015. The United
Speaker: Professor Howard White, Former Executive Director, 3ie https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/pWutrZwzP18?list=PLMdLqa33jxDnYmlJXC6_ExjpefosgQ3BF A comprehensive theory of change is integral to designing a high quality and policy relevant impact evaluation. In this video, Professor Howard White uses the example of a school feeding programme to illustrate the steps involved in building a theory of
Maurice, the Evaluation Pirate, explains why professional evaluators would make good pirates. via ▶ Evaluators and Pirates – YouTube.
This is the new Evaluation Capabilities Framework prepared by one of the Working Groups within the European Evaluation Society (EES). The development of such document is particularly timely as it is likely to foster some interesting debates and hopefully promote further collaboration with professional evaluation associations in other countries and
The Tools for Social Innovators is a community toolbox contributed to by experienced and cutting-edge social innovators. Each tool provides practical tools to help funders, nonprofits, business and community leaders enhance their ability to ignite social change. Tools for Social Innovators – Overview: Introducing Evaluation for Advocacy.
The Independent Commission for Aid Impact (ICAI) has published a report today, ‘Assessing the Impact of the Scale-up of DFID’s Support to Fragile States’. ICAI Report on Fragile States.
The ongoing session of the Commission for Social Development aims to evaluate and learn from the last two decades’ work in order to take an informed and well considered step into the future challenges of global social development. Evaluating 20 years of work for social development | UN DESA |
EuropeAid’s evaluation and results-oriented monitoring systems do not provide adequate information on EU development expenditure results, says the European Court of Auditors. Two of the key elements of the accountability framework operated by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Development and Cooperation (EuropeAid) are its evaluation and results-oriented monitoring (ROM) systems.
Evaluation reports frequently blame poor monitoring data for preventing a full assessment of programme outcomes. Meanwhile, programme staff often complain that evaluations come too late, too infrequently, and don’t contain much useful information. This illustrates a common problem: the disconnect between monitoring and evaluation reduces the effectiveness of both. A
The Bond Evidence Principles and checklist are for assessing and improving the quality of evidence in evaluation reports, research reports and case studies. They have been designed specifically for NGOs and can be used when commissioning, designing and reviewing evidence-based work. The principles help ensure that decisions about projects and