Evidence from 3ie funded studies

Ghana

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 implementing NGO to cancel the expensive rollout of the ‘improved’ cook stove. Read final report

UNDERSTANDING ‘THEORY OF CHANGE IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A REVIEW OF EXISTING KNOWLEDGE

UNDERSTANDING ‘THEORY OF CHANGE IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A REVIEW OF EXISTING KNOWLEDGE , BY DANIELLE STEIN AND CRAIG VALTERS

Summary

This is a review of the concepts and common debates within ‘Theory of Change’ (ToC) material, resulting from a search and detailed analysis of available donor, agency and expert guidance documents. The review was undertaken as part of a Justice and Security Research Program Continue reading UNDERSTANDING ‘THEORY OF CHANGE IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A REVIEW OF EXISTING KNOWLEDGE

E-learning Programme on Development-Registration

UNICEF, Claremont Graduate University and IOCE, under the EvalPartners initiative, with support from The Rockefeller Foundation and in partnership with UN Women, are pleased to announce that the registration to the second course of the e-learning programme on Development Evaluation is now open. To register, click on the title National Evaluation Capacity Development for Country-led M&E Systems, or please click at: http://mymande.org/elearning/course-registration/2?destination=elearning%2Fcourse-details%2F2, create an online profile and remember your account login information. Continue reading E-learning Programme on Development-Registration

New Book

Dear All

EvalPartners, UNICEF and IOCE, in partnership with UNEG,  OECD/DAC Network on Development Evaluation, the Independent Evaluation Group of the World Bank, Government of Finland,  CLEAR centres and UNWomen, are pleased to announce that the new book “Evaluation and Civil Society. Stakeholders’ perspectives on National Evaluation Capacity Development” is now available, for free download, at http://www.mymande.org/selected-books