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60 Seconds with…Dane Rogers

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

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Making Results Systems Work Part 3 – What Drives Evaluation Quality?

While the last two posts in the ‘making results systems work’ series have been looking at result system in a broad sense,...

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Monitoring and Evaluating Flexible and Adaptive Programming

Julian Barr blogs on a DFID internal learning event on Monitoring & Evaluating Flexible & Adaptive Programming, where he...

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Improving the Practice of Value for Money Assessment

Julian Barr reflects on his recent CDI Practice Paper on 'Improving the Practice of Value for Money Assessment'.

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Evaluation of the Humanitarian Innovation And Evidence Programme (HIEP):Formative Phase Report

This formative stage of the evaluation aims to make an initial assessment of strengths and weaknesses of current HIEP design.

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Evaluation of EU Support to Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in Partner Countries

This final report presents the findings, conclusions and recommendations of the Evaluation of European Union (EU) Support to...

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Making Results Systems Work Part 2 – A Framework for thinking about Leadership on Results

In part 2 of our 'Making Results Systems Work' series, we’re looking at the ‘software’ side of things and specifically...

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Capacity Development 2.0 – Webinar

Robbie Gregorowski & Pete Cranston will present their team's work & outline some of the challenges in implementing the...

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Making Results Systems Work Part 1 – Comparing the Results Measurement Systems of Development Agencies

In a 3-part series, we’ll be exploring some of key ideas and messages coming out of the work of the Organisational...

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IHP+ 2014 Report on Effective Development Cooperation in Health published

Itad, as part of a consortium led by Hera, was contracted by IHP+ to deliver the 2014 round of monitoring on effective...

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Itad’s Mid-Term Review of the Ethiopian Civil Society Support Programme Published

Itad's mid-term review of the Ethiopian Civil Society Support Programme is now available on our website.

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Mid-Term Review – Ethiopian Civil Society Support Programme

Itad's mid-term review of the Civil Society Support Programme took place between May and August 2014, to provide an...

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International Women’s Day and Measuring Social Norms

Inspired by International Women's Day, Itad's Julian Barr has reflected on his work with the Voices for Change project in Nigeria.

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Careers in Evaluation and Consulting

Itad's Julian Barr gave a talk on careers in evaluation and consulting at UEA's School of International Development.

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Independent Evaluation of Accountability in Tanzania (AcT) Programme – Final Report

The Accountability in Tanzania programme started in 2009, ‘whose purpose is to increase the responsiveness and...

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Tim Ruffer on BEAM Exchange Webinar

Itad’s Tim Ruffer contributed to a BEAM Exchange webinar on how market systems programmes are attributing change to their...