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End-point evaluation of the UK Public Health Rapid Support Team (UK-PHRST) – final report

Findings, conclusions and recommendations from our evaluation of the UK Public Health Rapid Support Team

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Carbon offsetting – how Earthly is helping Itad go carbon neutral

Are carbon offsetting projects greenwashing? We explore the issues of sustainability and effectiveness within these projects,...

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Video: Adaptive programming and COVID-19

The last year has demanded flexible, agile programming to respond to the ever-changing challenges created by COVID-19. In the...

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Video: Adaptive programming in 4 minutes

Adaptive programming uses real-time learnings to inform programme implementation as you go; in the first of two short videos...

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Framing brief – Impact evaluation of the EU-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintergration in the Horn of Africa region

This framing brief outlines the rationale and challenges of conducting a study of this kind, as well as the proposed...

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Three ways digital data is helping UNICEF make decisions for WASH programming

Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on urban water and sewerage utilities is critical to managing potential emergent and...

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Addressing social norms in development programmes – Learnings from the WISH programme

Addressing social norms in behaviour change programmes is increasingly a priority for many donors. We highlight three key...

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Evolving anti-corruption programming amid COVID-19

Drawing from the efforts of implementing partners in adapting their strategies in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, this...

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The value of stability trackers in fragile settings: Lessons from working with the Conflict, Stability and Security Fund

Uncertainty is a common characteristic when operating in fragile settings, and economic and health shocks brought on by the...

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Integrated delivery: We know it is needed, so how do we get it?

Tom Gillhespy and Georgina Sinclair reflect on integrated delivery, why it is important, what is holding it back and what good...

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User guide for remote and blended working

After a year adapting to the new normal, AVANTI has published a manual on remote and blended working.

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Remote data collection: Lessons from Adolescents 360

When COVID-19 hit last year and made travel difficult or impossible around the world, Itad and our partners had to rapidly...

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Thinking outside the box: Why young and emerging evaluators need opportunities to grow

We are delighted to announce the winners of the competition we hosted as part of our gLocal Evaluation Week workshops....

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Who really wins? Using prizes to stimulate social and environmental innovation

The climate emergency is perhaps the biggest challenge of our time. Meeting it requires fast-paced innovation and social...

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A theory of change for the mine action sector

Itad is co-presenting with the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and Dutch MFA some of their work on mine...

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60 seconds with…Betsie Lewis (2021)

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