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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 evidence on how a...


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...


Adaptive Social Protection: Independent evaluation of the World Bank ASP programme

This document is the Summary Report of the Synthesis of the second-round evaluation completed by Itad in Oct 2017 as part of the independent...


Is my social protection programme ‘shock-responsive’ or ‘adaptive’?

What is adaptive social protection? How does it differ from shock responsive social protection? Why does it matter? These were some of the...


Five key principles for Adaptive Social Protection programming

‘Adaptive Social Protection’ (ASP) came from a realisation that social protection, disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation were...


Can we learn from system level social protection interventions?

Influencing change at system level is often very difficult to do, requiring different inputs in different contexts. It is also very difficult to...


Adaptive social protection: linking theory to reality on the ground

In their recent Working Paper on Shock responsive Social protection, Oxford Policy Management (OPM) suggest that Social Protection (SP) is often...


60 Seconds with…Alex Cornelius

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