When and how to develop an impact-oriented monitoring and evaluation system

Peersman, G, Rogers, P, Guijt, I, Hearn, S, Pasanen, T and Buffardi, A 2016, When and how to develop an impact-oriented monitoring and evaluation system, The Methods Lab, London, United Kingdom


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Title of report When and how to develop an impact-oriented monitoring and evaluation system
Author(s) Peersman, G
Rogers, P
Guijt, I
Hearn, S
Pasanen, T
Buffardi, A
Year of publication 2016
Publisher The Methods Lab
Place of publication London, United Kingdom
ISBN 9780994152220
Subjects Public Policy
Social Program Evaluation
Applied Sociology, Program Evaluation and Social Impact Assessment
Abstract/Summary As the development sector falls under increasing pressure to demonstrate the impact of its work, evaluability assessments are really gaining traction. Assessing evaluability can usually be done for a small cost of the total evaluation budget and can save you valuable time and resources in the long run. This guidance note gives an overview of what evaluability is and how assessing it can be used for impact evaluations. It then provides guidance for planning and doing evaluability assessments, including checklists, decision support and lessons from practice.
Commissioning body Overseas Development Institute, RMIT, and Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
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