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Itad Awarded Grant to Provide Targeted Support to the Rockefeller Foundation on Resilience

Itad has been awarded a grant to support the Rockefeller Foundation’s Resilience Team integrate and advance resilience thinking.

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Rockefeller Funding for CDI

We are pleased to announce that the Centre for Development Impact (CDI) have been awarded funding from the Rockefeller Foundation.

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Review of M4P Evaluation Methods and Approaches in DCED Top Ten

Itad’s Review of M4P Evaluation Methods and Approaches, prepared by Tim Ruffer and Elise Wach for DFID, has been placed in...

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2013’s New Win Highlights

This year, we have won and are leading a number of exciting multi-year evaluations through DFID’s Global Evaluation...

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Our VfM Portfolio updates

Value for Money advice continues to be an important part of our portfolio. We have undertaken a number of interesting pieces...

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Evaluation Methodologies for Aid in Conflict

Itad's Chris Barnett has co-authored Chapter 3 of forthcoming book 'Evaluation Methodologies for Aid in Conflict'.

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Impact Evaluation of a New Millennium Village in Northern Ghana

Itad's Chris Barnett has co-authored a paper titled 'An Impact Evaluation Design for the Millennium Village Project in...

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Itad begins work on the Monitoring & Evaluation of the Nepal Rural Access Programme

Itad is managing the independent Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Unit (MEL Unit) of the third phase of the Nepal Rural...

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Learning about Measuring Advocacy and Policy Change: Are Baselines always Feasible and Desirable?

Chris Barnett has written an IDS Practice Paper in Brief on 'Learning about Measuring Advocacy and Policy Change: Are...

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Learning about Theories of Change for the M&E of Research Uptake

Chris Barnett and Robbie Gregorowski have written an IDS Practice Paper In Brief on 'Learning about Theories of Change for the...

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The Civil Society Learning Forum, Ghana

Chris Barnett and Julian Batt participated in the Civil Society Learning Forum (CSLF) in Ghana.

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Itad report published as a DFID Working Paper

Itad has recently completed a review of M4P evaluation methods and approaches for DFID. This report has now been published as...

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Itad report published as a DFID Working Paper

Itad has recently completed a review of M4P evaluation methods and approaches for DFID. This report has now been published as...

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Itad’s Evaluation of Budget Support to Tanzania presented in Brussels

An Itad team recently presented the findings of an important evaluation of budget support to Tanzania.

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Itad’s Pink Day Raises Money for Breast Cancer Campaign

On Thursday 24th October 2014, Itad held our very first ‘Wear it Pink’ Day to raise money for Breast Cancer Campaign.

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Itad begins work providing M&E support to DFID’s Business Innovation Fund (BIF2)

Itad is providing strategic Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) services for DFID's Business Innovation Facility (BIF2) programme.