The Department for International Development (DFID) commissioned Itad, through the e-Pact consortium, to undertake a macro evaluation of its Empowerment and Accountability (E&A) policy frame. The main purpose of the macro evaluation was to generate learning about what works, for whom, in what contexts and why in order to inform policy and practice in DFID and other development organisations.
The Empowerment and Accountability Annual Technical Report 2016: What Works for Social Accountability was published in December 2016.
This volume of annexes (volume one) provides five framing documents, including the detailed methodology and a technical note describing our approach to ensuring a robust methodology.
Volume two of the annexes contains 13 detailed project case studies selected for narrative analysis in the technical report.