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A world at risk? A role for evaluators in strengthening Global Health Security.

Are we really prepared for the threat of a fast-moving respiratory pandemic? We kick off the week with this thought provoking...

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Final Evaluation of DFID’s FoodTrade East and Southern Africa Programme

With the conclusion of Itad’s five-year longitudinal evaluation of the UK Department for International Development (DFID)...

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My takeaways from working on the Nigeria National Livestock Transformation Plan and Implementation Framework

Dr Abdulkareem Lawal, Principal Consultant at Itad, has written a blog on his experience working on the Nigeria National...

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Rapid evaluations: how an evaluation with a quick turnaround can support adaptive management

Adaptive management requires learning as you go. Decisions need to be taken to support course-correction – and they need to...

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Checking in With the Savings Evidence Map

Launched in 2018 as part of the Savings Learning Lab activities, this is the Savings Evidence Map. Discover all 299 studies...

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60 seconds with…Ruth Sherratt

Our ‘60 Seconds with…’ blogs are designed to provide a quick rundown of what our staff do here at Itad. Read the latest...

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Adaptive Approaches and Conflict Sensitivity in fragile, conflict and violence-affected (FCVAS) settings – a comparison of approaches

The need to be flexible and adaptive in FCVAS has received attention for nearly two decades under the concept of conflict...

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60 seconds with…Itad’s Inclusive and Sustainable Business theme

Our ‘60 Seconds with…’ blogs are designed to provide a quick rundown of what our staff do here at Itad. To celebrate...

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From compliance to love with MEL: Supporting busy advocacy organisations to embrace monitoring, evaluation and learning

Over the course of our work with advocacy organisations, we’ve identified three insights about how to cross the divide from...

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Itad’s Green Team: Can we mainstream environmental sustainability into our work?

As efforts increase around the world to combat climate change, you can read our latest blog from Itad's own Green Team, who...

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Reflections from Development Studies Association Conference 2019

Itad's Ekaterina Shaleva reflects on her recent trip to the DSA conference and recent thinking on logframes and their utility...

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The complex reality of evaluation independence

An article in the Guardian got us thinking about the importance of independence in evaluation, and what ‘independence’...

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60 seconds with…Katherine Gibney

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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Reflections from the 2019 UK Evaluation Society Conference

In our UKES conference blog this year, Talar Bogosyan explores how evaluation can keep pace in our digital world, Jessica...

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Complex systems thinking in international development

Itad's Ed Hedley reflects on one of the main themes from the 2019 UK Evaluation Society conference, complex systems thinking...

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No time to wait: evaluating the fight against ‘Drugmageddon’

This week, the UK’s Chief Medical Officer, Sally Davies, called for an Extinction Rebellion-style campaign to raise...