Learn to walk before you run? Discussion paper on methodological approaches to evaluating coherence in international cooperation. ECDPM by Niels Keijzer and Jorrit Oppewal. DP132_IOB coherence study final version_28062012.pdf (application/pdf-Objekt).
Institute of Development Studies – Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation in Latin America: Overview of the Literature with Annotated Bibliography. Increased discussion on the merits and methods of Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (PM&E) has emerged as a result of various trends in academic and practical fields of development thought and policy. In Latin America, as elsewhere,… Continue reading Institute of Development Studies – Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation in Latin America: Overview of the Literature with Annotated Bibliography
The Call — Learning Link. The Turin 2011 Learning Link is based on the principle of collaborative contributions. This call is addressed to all organizations that are willing to share their knowledge and experiences in a participatory learning setting from April 11-15 at the International Training Centre of the ILO in Turin, Italy. Themes South-South… Continue reading The Call — The Turin 2011 Learning Link
How can donors and partner countries assess the intended and unintended consequences of donor interventions? The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) explores ex ante Poverty Impact Assessment (PIA), which can assist in modifying the design of interventions to improve pro-poor impacts by identifying key areas for monitoring and evaluation (M&E). It can be… Continue reading PIA improves decision making for development results