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The concept of value for money in development work is the subject of much debate –and confusion. What are your thoughts on this topic, which has gained traction in recent years? Are we getting value for money in development work – including in evaluation of development work? Does it matter? Continue reading Call for Contributions – Value for Money in Development Work
The UN declared 2015 the International Year of Evaluation (EvalYear) at the Third International Conference on National Evaluation Capacities, that was organised in São Paulo, Brazil, from 29th September to 2nd October 2013. EvalYear 2015 is meant to coincide with the final year of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which will be replaced with a new set of internationally agreed goals, Continue reading EVALYEAR, 2015 TAMALE FORUM
In Ghana, the Ghana Monitoring & Evaluation Forum (GMEF), in collaboration with NDPC, AfrEA and UNICEF, planned a number of events to commemorate the year. One of these events was the Forum in Kumasi. This report presents a brief account of what transpired at this interesting event Continue reading REPORT EVALYEAR 2015 KUMASI FORUM MIKLIN HOTEL Conference
A 3ie supported impact evaluation of an ‘improved’ cook stove design in rural Ghana was unable to measure a significant reduction in the use of wood as fuel and exposure to carbon monoxide. These findings have persuaded the Continue reading Evidence from 3ie funded studies