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Impact evaluation

We offer a range of services that evaluate the impact of programmes. We cover a wide spectrum of our partner’s needs, from statistical approaches (randomised control trials, quasi-experimental designs) through to theory-based approaches that focus more on understanding how impact occurs and who benefits. Wherever possible we use mixed-method approaches to provide a holistic understanding of impact.

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Who really wins? Using prizes to stimulate social and environmental innovation

The climate emergency is perhaps the biggest challenge of our time. Meeting it requires fast-paced innovation and social...

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News

Lessons for applying contribution analysis to advocacy impact evaluation

Are you trying to evaluate the impact of your advocacy work? Are time and resource constraints making it difficult? Our...

Report

Tools and Tips for Implementing Contribution Analysis

A learning brief published with the Center for Evaluation Innovation sharing lessons on applying contribution analysis to...

Report

Coordination and alignment with relevant global and UK International Health Regulations: Lessons from the Public Health England International Health Regulations Strengthening Project

This is the second Learning Brief to pull out areas of interest to a wide range of people in the global health security sector...

Report

Mid-point evaluation of the UK Public Health Rapid Support Team (UK-PHRST) – Final Report

Itad has been contracted by UK-PHRST to conduct an external performance evaluation and independent monitoring (PE&IM) of the...

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Methodological report – Impact Evaluation of the EU-IOM Joint Initiative for Migrant Protection and Reintegration in the Horn of Africa region

Large-scale global migration is a growing reality for people across the globe, with 258 million international migrants...

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Blog

The UK’s approach to tackling modern-day slavery in Nigeria: Five missed opportunities

I recently read the ICAI review of the UK’s approach to tackling modern-day slavery through the aid programme and it led me...

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Stamping out Slavery in Nigeria Programme and Evaluation

The UK FCDO-funded Stamping out Slavery in Nigeria (SoSiN) programme aims to improve the evidence base on modern slavery and...

human trafficking and unsafe migration
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Tackling human trafficking: Lessons from the Stamping out Slavery in Nigeria project

Modern-day slavery is still a prevalent practice in Nigeria, with Edo State at the centre of human trafficking. The UK...

Project

Evaluating the impact of reintegration assistance provided under the EU-IOM Joint Initiative in the Horn of Africa region

Migration is a growing reality for millions of people across the globe. In 2017, IOM (International Organization for...

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MSD in disrupted markets: Important lessons from Nepal

Evaluating NMDP-Samarth (Nepal Market Development Programme-Samarth) - Nepal's first MSD (market systems development) programme

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Project

Evaluation of the UK Caribbean Infrastructure Fund

Investment in infrastructure across the Caribbean has supported growth, trade and created new jobs. Ongoing investment is...

Project

Data collection and analysis partner in India and Bangladesh

Target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals calls for effective measures to end forced labour, modern slavery and human...

Project

Evaluation and Learning Partner: Karo Kura ‘SAGE’

Adolescent girls can face multiple and interrelated disadvantages in Sierra Leone. Purposeful’ s new safe spaces programme...

Project

Stamping out slavery in Nigeria – MEL Unit

Historically, Nigeria has been seen as a country of origin, transit and destination for human trafficking. Edo State has been...

Report

2018-19 Global leap off-grid cold chain challenge

The Global LEAP Off-Grid Cold Chain Challenge (OGCCC) was launched in August 2018 as part of the Ideas to Impact programme to...