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Samarth-NMDP Programme Final Evaluation Report

This is the final evaluation report of the UK Department for International Development (DFID)- funded evaluation of the...

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UNICEF Ethiopia Adolescent Nutrition WASH-Education Joint Programme Evaluation – Baseline Report

The overall objective of the UNICEF Ethiopia Joint Adolescent Nutrition-WASH-Education Programme is to demonstrate and provide...

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MEL in the time of COVID-19 in Nigeria: Ways to adapt

I was recently on a webinar panel anchored by ActionAid, which looked at adapting Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) during and...

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Access to SRH services for persons with disabilities: mapping the evidence

A growing body of evidence shows that persons with disabilities have historically been denied their SRH (sexual and...

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Women’s Integrated Sexual Health (WISH) Programme for Results: independent verification, evidence, and learning

An evidence gap map on ‘what works’ to ensure persons with disabilities have access to sexual reproductive health services...

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Evaluation design contest brings success for Itad’s research analysts

As part of gLocal Evaluation Week, two research analysts from Itad took part in an Evaluation Design competition for young and...

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Looking ahead: Opportunities for the Global Partnership for Education

Delivering on the promise of quality education for all is more urgent and challenging than it ever has been. As we enter the...

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E-panel on adapting M&E during and after COVID-19 to feature Itad expert

Itad Principal Consultant Abdulkareem Lawal will speak on an e-panel hosted by ActionAid Nigeria on ‘Adapting Monitoring and...

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Journal article shares findings of China-UK Global Health Support Programme evaluation

Findings of the evaluation of the China-UK Global Health Support Programme (GHSP) are shared in a new journal article...

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As global health players pivot to COVID-19 responses, we need coordinated, real-time, formative evaluations

An estimated $15.9 trillion has been mobilised to respond to the health and economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of...

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Conflict and coronavirus: What the pandemic means in fragile settings

While all of us at Itad grapple with the impacts of COVID-19 on the countries where we work, for those of us working on...

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The sanitation challenge for Ghana: Making urban sanitation a political priority – Summary

This summary describes what I2I learned about the value of using prizes to influence the policy environment for liquid waste...

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The sanitation challenge for Ghana: Making urban sanitation a political priority – Brief

The Sanitation Challenge for Ghana was a competition that ran in Ghana between 2015 and 2019 to encourage local governments...

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Sanitation challenge for Ghana Dignified City Award (Stage 2) – Final evaluation report

This summary describes what I2I learned about the value of using prizes to influence the policy environment for liquid waste...

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New GRP reports on learning from failure and scaling innovations published

Learning from failure and scaling resilience innovations are the focus of two new case study reports sharing learning and...

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E-panel on the future of project implementation to feature Itad US Director

Stefanie Wallach, Associate Partner and US Director at Itad, will speak on an e-panel hosted by SID Washington (Society...