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Notes from the Field: Reflections from AfrEA 2014 Part I

Given my background as a former “conflict sensitivity programs coordinator” in eastern DRC for Search for Common Ground, I was immediately attracted to the “Aid in Conflict” session listed on the so-very-busy conference Afrea agenda.   The presenters were not able to...

Charline Burton, Search for Common Ground

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Created 04/18/2014

Notes from the Field: Reflections from AfrEA 2014 Part II

  I attended my first Africa Evaluation Association (AfrEA) Conference in Yaounde, Cameroon this March. This was my first international conference experience and I was overwhelmed by the series of paper presentations and panel discussions. Every topic on the programme seemed really...

Saa Bandabla, Search for Common Ground

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Created 04/18/2014

Learning and Accountability: Behind the Buzzwords and Debate

  If you’ve dabbled in M&E literature, you’ve probably noticed the words “learning” and “accountability” pop up time and again. But what’s the real story behind these words? What do donors mean when they say they want accountability? What does learning mean...

Michael Zanchelli, United States Institute of Peace

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Created 04/17/2014

Introduction to Outcome Mapping

Jonathan White

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Created 11/12/2012

Women empowerment: in which ways???

  Many people including women leaders and social workers are excited about women empowerment in development and under developed country. It is true that in those countries, there have been created many opportunities to empowered women and now women especially poor women...

Suman Chowdhury Mony

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Created 05/21/2012

Can we obtain the required rigour without randomisation?

Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) operating in the international development sector need credible, reliable feedback on whether their interventions are making a meaningful difference but they struggle with how they can practically access it. Impact evaluation is research and, like all credible research, it takes...

Karl Hughes and Claire Hutchings

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Created 03/20/2012