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Six Lessons from the 2016 UK Evaluation Society Conference

Itad was well represented at this years’ UK Evaluation Society (UKES) conference

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Itad’s Realist Evaluation week – Three Lessons from the BRACED session

Dave Wilson reflects on three key lessons the BRACED evaluation team learnt with Gill Westhorp during Itad's Realist...

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The Medicines Transparency Alliance (MeTA) evaluation: Another piece of evidence supporting the value of multi-stakeholder approaches

Itad, in cooperation with Pamoja, recently completed an evaluation of the Medicines Transparency Alliance (MeTA). MeTA was...

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60 Seconds with…Ed Hedley

Our ‘60 Seconds with…’ blogs are designed to provide a quick run down of what our staff do here at Itad. Here is what Ed...

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60 Seconds with…Emmeline Willcocks

Our ‘60 Seconds with…’ blogs are designed to provide a quick run down of what our staff do here at Itad. Here is what...

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Strengthening the enabling environment for young women’s empowerment in Nigeria: unpacking Voices for Change vision of change

On International Women’s Day, Claire Hughes, who leads Itad’s work on gender, reflects on the Voices for Change pathway to...

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AIDS, TB and Malaria: What difference is the Global Fund making?

In 2015 Itad, together with Euro Health Group and the University of California, San Francisco, was commissioned by the Global...

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Aligning methods to inspire and monitor change

Kate Hale reflects on our work with Tostan, and how aligning methods can work to monitor change, after International Day of...

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Gender Equality: what’s in it for men?

Itad's Julia Hamaus reflects on V4C's 'Being a Man in Nigeria: Perceptions and Realities' launch in London, and men's...

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Flexible and Adaptive…How Original

The title of this post relates to how adaptive programming was presented at a recent donor meeting, the aim being to profile a...

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The ‘almost revolution’ of thinking and working politically

Itad's Claire Hughes reflects on her afternoon discussing where we have got to with the “almost revolution” of thinking...

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Better understanding and measuring resilience

Itad's Climate Change theme looks at the concept of 'resilience' and how we can better understand and measure it, after their...

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How to evaluate if a programme really makes markets work for the poor – 10 Key points

BEAM’s Evaluation Guidance sets out to help evaluators, programme managers and donors steer round these and other problems....

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Can ICTs help citizens to raise concerns over water supply? – Findings from a research project under the making all voices count initiative

Itad's Katharina Welle explores whether ICTs can help citizens raise concerns over water supply, following on from her article...

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A Ridiculously Short Introduction to Monitoring & Evaluation for Women’s Economic Empowerment in Market Systems Development*

Itad's Jessica Rust-Smith explores how to evaluate women's economic empowerment within a market systems programme.

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Can football tackle violence against women and girls? Six findings from our baseline study in Kenya.

Itad is working with the British Council and the Premier League on an innovative project, funded by the UK’s Department for...