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Livelihoods Monitoring and Evaluation: A Rapid Desk Based Study

Wednesday, November 19th, 2014

by Kath Pasteur, 2014, 24 pages. Found here: http://www.evidenceondemand.info/livelihoods-monitoring-and-evaluation-a-rapid-desk-based-study Abstract: "This report is the outcome of a rapid desk study to identify and collate the current state of evidence and best practice for monitoring and evaluating programmes that aim to have a livelihoods impact. The study identifies tried and tested approaches ...

Two papers and one book on process tracing methods

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

Understanding Process Tracing, David Collier, University of California, Berkeley. PS: Political Science and Politics 44, No.4 (2011):823-30. 7 pages. Abstract: "Process tracing is a fundamental tool of qualitative analysis. This method is often invoked by scholars who carry out within-case analysis based on qualitative data, yet frequently it is neither adequately ...

A review of evaluations of interventions related to violence against women and girls – using QCA and process tracing

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

In this posting I am drawing attention to a blog by Michaela Raab and Wolf Stuppert, which is exceptional (or at least unusual) in a number of respects.  The blog is called http://www.evawreview.de/ Firstly the blog is not just about the results of a review, but more importantly, about the review ...

AEA resources on Social Network Analysis and Evaluation

Monday, April 29th, 2013

American Evaluation Association (AEA) Social Network  Analysis (SNA) Topical Interest Group (TIG) resources SNA TIG Home page About SNA Join SNA TIG Trainings Software Conferences References AEA365 | A Tip-a-Day by and for Evaluators Simon Geletta on Analyzing Hospital Visitation Data in Gephi Stacey Friedman on the Relevance of Social Network Analysis for Evaluation Sophia Guevara on Being a Social Network ...

A Bibliography on Evaluability Assessment

Monday, November 19th, 2012

This Bibliography was generated in November 2012 by Rick Davies, as part of the process of developing a "Synthesis of literature on evaluability assessments" contracted by the DFID Evaluation Department There are currently 133 items in this bibliography, listed by year of publication, starting with the oldest first. They include books, ...

M&E Software: A List

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Well, the beginnings of a list... Please note: No guarantee can be given about the accuracy of information provided on the linked websites about the M&E software concerned, and its providers Stand alone systems PacPlan: "Results-Based Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Software and Process Solution" AidProject M+E for Donor-funded aid projects  HIV/AIDS  Data Capturing And Reporting ...

On evaluation quality standards: A List

Monday, September 26th, 2011

  The beginnings of a list. Please suggest others by using the Comment facility below Normative statements: DFID Evaluation Quality Assurance templates for Entry level and Exit level. Entry level refers to TORs or evaluation plans, Exit level refers to draft evaluation reports. Circa 2011. USAID Evaluation Policy, January 2011. See Section 4 on ...

A list of M&E training providers: Organised by country

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

Please note: If you are looking for M&E training opportunities visit the MandE NEWS Training Forum, which lists all upcoming training events. Please also consider taking part in the online survey of training needs. If you are a training provider, please look at the cumulative results to date of that survey. If you want ...

Value for money: A list

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Hopefully, the start of a short but useful bibliography, listed in chronological order. Please suggest additional documents by using the Comment facility below.  If you have ideas on how Value for Money can be clearly defined and usefully measured please also use the Comment facility below.. For the Editor's own suggestion, go ...

Updated MSC bibliography

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

This page is intended to provide  an update of the bibliography in the 2005 Most Significant Change technique (MSC) Users Guide Please feel free to suggest additions to this list, through the Comment facility below, or by emailing the editor (Rick Davies) Papers Using Most Significant Change Stories to document the impact of ...