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Independent Monitoring and Verification Services for Sanitation, Water and Hygiene for the Rural Poor (ASWA II), UNICEF Component

2018; UNICEF; DFID; Bangladesh; Burma (Myanmar); Cambodia; Eritrea; Haiti; Madagascar; Nepal; Niger; Pakistan; South Sudan
Accelerating Sanitation, Hygiene and Water for All (ASWA II) is a DFID-funded programme that aims to achieve sustained access to basic sanitation and safe water supplies, as well as the long-term adoption of hygiene practices, across 10 focus countries (Bangladesh, Burma, Cambodia, Eritrea, Haiti, Madagascar, Nepal, Niger, Pakistan and South Sudan).

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Nobel prizes and methodological wars. But are we using enough evidence to end poverty?

We were pleased to see development economists Michael Kremer, Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo win the Nobel prize for economics this week. Their work has done a lot to raise…

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Itad at Evaluation 2019

We’ll be at ‘Paths to the future of evaluation’, this year’s American Evaluation Association conference, in Minneapolis from 11 to 16 November. With colleagues from across the world, we’ll be…