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  1. Evaluations that make a difference: Stories from around the world

    Blog
    11th April, 2016

    What is the value of evaluation and can stories provide a good way of communicating evaluation findings? In this guest blog post, Martha McGuire introduces the project, 'Evaluations that make a difference', a collection of eight evaluation stories from around the world about the ways in which evaluations contributed to making an impact, from the perspectives of the users and beneficiaries who have been involved in the evaluations.

  2. NPC's approach to developing an impact measurement framework

    Resource
    Guide
    2014

    NPC's Four Pillars approach provides advice to charities and steps they should take to determine how best to assess the difference they make. The guidance draws on various evaluation methods and ideas, but is geared to a practitioner audience.

  3. How can you Measure Magic? / Measuring Impact

    Resource
    Toolkit
    2015

    This is a short report and toolkit that was put together by Nicola Sansom, CEO of S.A.L.V.E. International, as part of her Clore Social Leadership Fellowship practical research, to help to explore some ideas and just a few impact assessment tools that could be adapted for different contexts to help organisations that work with street-connected children and young people to measure their impact.

  4. What do we mean by ‘impact’?

    Blog
    17th March, 2016

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

  5. Designing Effective Ways to Evaluate Impact

    Event
    Course
    16th January, 2017 to 20th January, 2017
    United Kingdom
    Paid

    This five day course tackles an emerging problem in development evaluation: how to ensure that we have the right mix of methods to provide relevant and credible impact evidence. In order to do this, we need to achieve a better understanding of the potential contribution of various evaluation designs and methods, and create the space for thinking this through and incorporating it into our practice.

  6. Managing for sustainable development impact course 2017

    Event
    Course
    20th March, 2017 to 7th April, 2017
    Netherlands
    Paid

    The Centre for Development Innovation's course, Managing for sustainable development impact course 2017, will link the theory and concepts of the Managing for Impact (M4I) approach and put M&E at the service of your core management processes. Learning will be highly interactive; participants will receive individual coaching by peers and course facilitators and will be challenged to translate the content to an approach that is appropriate and feasible back home.

  7. Missing Link: Sustained and Emerging Impact Evaluation

    Blog
    3rd May, 2016

    This blog post by Jindra Cekan and Laurie Zivetz of Valuing Voices discusses the need for post-project impact evaluations. An area that needs more attention, BetterEvaluation will be working with Valuing Voices over the next couple of months to expand the available information and resources for this type of evaluation.

  8. Use of poverty assessment tools for impact evaluation?

    Forum topic

    http://kdid.org/projects/field-support/lift. As part of work to establish and facilitate linkages between health clinics and community-based ... test a number of poverty screening/assessment tools.  Our hope is to administer a short tool with ... see page 4 of http://microlinks.kdid.org/sites/microlinks/files/resource/files/LIFT%20ES%20Framework ...

  9. J-PAL: Evaluating Social Programs

    Event
    Course
    2nd May, 2016 to 27th May, 2016
    Online
    Free

    J-PAL offers an interactive online version of its in-person Executive Education course. This is a self-paced course that covers the same material as the conventional on-site version and is hosted on MIT’s edX platform. It takes approximately four weeks to complete and a certificate is awarded upon completion of the course. This course is available to everyone free of cost. The next run of the course will begin on May 2, 2016.