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Bayesian Confidence Updating: 3 lessons from applying this technique

Bayesian Confidence Updating is an innovative approach to robustly establishing the strength of causal links in theory-based evaluation. This...


Evaluation of FMO (the Dutch Development Finance Institution)

The final report of the evaluation of FMO (the Dutch Development Finance Institution) provides insights into FMO’s achievement of its strategic...


Why we joined the Global Climate Strike

On Friday 20th September, colleagues from across Itad walked out to join the Global Climate Strike in Brighton. Here, some of them reflect on why...


Final Evaluation of DFID’s FoodTrade East and Southern Africa Programme

With the conclusion of Itad’s five-year longitudinal evaluation of the UK Department for International Development (DFID) FoodTrade East and...


Final Evaluation Report: FoodTrade East and Southern Africa

The FTESA report is now live on our website. Check out the five-year regional programme, that supported food staples market development and trade...


FoodTrade East and Southern Africa Final Evaluation: Key findings, lessons and recommendations

Summarising the FoodTrade East and Southern Africa final evaluation, you can now read the key findings and how the FTESA aimed to address the...


Lessons & recommendations for promoting structured trade & systemic change in market development programmes

Read our Learning Note for FTESA and discover how this note presents lessons and recommendations on how market development programmes can promote...


Reflections from the 2019 UK Evaluation Society Conference

In our UKES conference blog this year, Talar Bogosyan explores how evaluation can keep pace in our digital world, Jessica Rust-Smith reflects on...


The interactions between women’s economic empowerment and ending violence against women – Insights from the Pacific Women project

"I am just a woman, I am just a mother, I am just a wife…what can I do to seek justice?"  - anonymous woman in Papua New Guinea.


A Ridiculously Short Introduction to Monitoring & Evaluation for Women’s Economic Empowerment in Market Systems Development*

Itad's Jessica Rust-Smith explores how to evaluate women's economic empowerment within a market systems programme.