Knowledge products

As consultants, much of our work is found in client reports, which may or may not be in the public domain. These knowledge products are the opportunity to make available Itad’s thinking and knowledge, collected from across our projects. There is a range of material here, including working papers, think pieces, academic articles, project publications, and webinars.

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The results achieved by programmes using a market systems approach

What does the current evidence base say about the impact of programmes using the market systems approach?

Evaluating complex programmes: Reflections on realism and resilience

What works and why in implementing and achieving outcomes in adaptation and
resilience-building projects? This paper considers the challenges faced and lessons learned in the mid-term review of BRACED projects to provide insights into using realist principles to evaluate complex, …

What works for Social Accountability? Findings from DFID’s Macro Evaluation

A wide-ranging evaluation of the UK Department for International Development’s (DFID) support to social accountability initiatives has found that service delivery is improved when local citizens are informed and learn about their rights and entitlements and have the opportunity to engage in …

Improving national statistics in Kosovo

In Kosovo’s tourism sector the availability of accurate national statistics and capable national bodies charged with collecting it, is problematic. This case study describes why and how the Promoting Private Sector Employment (PPSE) programme in Kosovo assessed the information gap and formed a …

Applying multipliers to tourism in Kosovo

Most programmes face challenges in assessing and reporting the wider impact of their interventions. In the tourism sector, many programmes aim to improve the supply side (attractions, facilities) as well as the demand side (destination marketing). The effect of more tourists arriving, staying …

Rethinking systemic change – discussion paper

This discussion paper briefly presents the key messages from the literature review and seven principles drawing from this literature. The principles can be used by market development practitioners, including technical advisers in donor organisations, programme designers and team leaders, to shape …

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