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Learning by Design: Perspectives on Monitoring and Evaluating a Southern-focused Knowledge Service

Itad's Robbie Gregorowski and GDNet's Sherine Ghoneim share their personal reflections on how GDNet's M&E was developed and...

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Beyond 2015: Pathways to a Gender Just World

Itad's Claire Hughes and Emily Richardson blog on the ‘Pathways to a Gender Just World’ conference, hosted by IDS.

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Itad begins work on a Culture & Development M&E Framework for the British Council

Itad is developing a Monitoring & Evaluation Framework to begin measuring the British Council's Culture Development Strategy.

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Capacity Development 2 – Are You Digitally Competent?

In the latest of our blogs on Capacity Development 2 (CD2), Euphoric Services' Pete Cranston asks the question - are you...

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Itad begins work on the Evaluation of Accountability in Tanzania (AcT) Programme

Itad has been awarded the contract to conduct the final evaluation of the Accountability in Tanzania (AcT) programme, funded...

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Capacity Development 2 – Behavioural Competencies in a Digital World

In the next of our series of blogs on Capacity Development 2 (CD2), Euphoric Services' Pete Cranston looks at behavioural...

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Itad begins work on Better Assessing Value for Money in DFID Ethiopia Programming

Itad has been contracted to do a value for money (VfM) assignment for DFID Ethiopia.

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Nepal Rural Access Programme – MEL Component: Inception Report

This report provides an assessment of progress achieved during the inception phase of the MEL Component of the Nepal Rural...

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BOND Study Published

BOND has published a study, written by Itad, which is focused on better understanding the costs to NGOs of measuring and...

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Investing in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

BOND has published a study, written by Itad,  which is focused on better understanding the costs to NGOs of measuring and...

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Viewing Capacity Development through Four Dimensions of Change

In the previous blog I discussed how systems perspectives and complexity make us view capacity development differently. This...

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Can We Demonstrate the Difference that Norwegian Aid Makes?

Can Norway demonstrate the difference that its aid money makes in developing countries? This is the question that Itad was...

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Can We Demonstrate the Difference that Norwegian Aid Makes?

Itad, in association with CMI, were contracted in 2012 to conduct a ‘root and branch’ evaluation of the Norwegian Aid...

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How systems perspectives make us view capacity development differently

How systems perspectives make us view capacity development differently

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Capacity development: how should we reframe it for the digital age?

What's the latest thinking on capacity development? Do social media and new digital tools play a key role? Read about Itad's...

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Millennium Villages Impact Evaluation – Baseline Summary Report

Itad's Chris Barnett has co-authored the Baseline Report for Millennium Villages independent Impact Evaluation in Ghana.