Beneficiary feedback mechanisms: whatever happened to participatory monitoring and evaluation?
By Anne Garbutt, INTRAC Fellow. Between 2014 and 2016 INTRAC managed the monitoring and review component of a pilot project […]
Applying Qualitative Comparative Analysis to understand reasons for research uptake
In the absence of definitive guidance on how to use and integrate Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) into existing Monitoring and Evaluation systems and practice, this paper is primarily intended as a practical contribution to the growing knowledge base on how QCA might (or might not) strengthen learning and accountability agendas.
M&E Paper 10. Summarising portfolio change: results frameworks at organisational level
This paper describes some of the different methods and options available to help summarise results and learning across large portfolios of work, carried out in different regions, countries and sectors.
What does being an evaluator have to do with the dawning era of sustainability?
By Vera Scholz. It’s unmistakably the year of sustainability. Last month, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have quietly – perhaps […]
Praxis Paper 30. Monitoring and Evaluating Training: Challenges, opportunities and recommendations
Do training courses really make any difference to people’s ability to do their jobs or to the quality of their […]
Using beneficiary feedback to improve development programmes
Between 2013 and 2016, the UK Department for International Development supported seven non-governmental organisations to pilot Beneficiary Feedback Mechanisms (BFM) […]
Mixed methods evaluation of Syrian Active Citizens Programme, British Council – Syria
The evaluation (April 2015 – March 2016) aimed to assess the impact of the British Council’s flagship citizenship initiative – […]