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Portfolio and fund-level evaluation

Portfolios range from a collection of projects or grants that are loosely focused on the same issue area to a highly coordinated set of plans that operate seamlessly. Portfolio managers want to understand how the different parts add up to a greater goal. We have evaluated portfolios for a diverse range of clients and refined an approach that delivers insights for managers.

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Practice Paper

Learning at the speed of trust – Learning Brief

This is the second and final Learning Brief which aims to share lessons with the wider advocacy community from an innovative...

Blog

Learning at the speed of trust: building monitoring, evaluation and learning capacity

Learnings from an innovative programme providing flexible tailored support to meet six organisations ‘where they were’ to...

Project

Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning for the Somalia Security and Justice Programme

Improving security and justice outcomes in Somalia is a critical part of establishing the foundations of lasting peace in the...

Project

Evaluating the Dutch Fund for Climate and Development

The DFCD seeks to improve the wellbeing, economic prospects, and livelihoods of vulnerable groups and enhance the health of...

Project

Independent evaluation of the development impact of the Private Infrastructure Development Group

The Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG) is an infrastructure development and finance organisation that encourages...

Report

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...

News

What works in resilience measurement: Our learning in practice

We are pleased to launch our Practice Papers – a new series of publications where we put our learning into practice. Our...

Practice Paper

Improving resilience measurement: Learning to adapt – Itad Practice Paper 01

Strengthening resilience is critical if communities are to respond positively to extreme events, climate change and disasters....

News

World Food Programme publishes Bangladesh Country Strategic Plan evaluation

The World Food Programme (WFP) has published the Final Report from Itad’s Bangladesh Country Strategic Plan (2016-2020)...

News

Mobilising private finance into climate change: Webinar shares evaluation lessons

We were delighted to co-host a webinar on 17 March sharing lessons from the portfolio-level evaluation of the UK’s...

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Itad at the International Realist Conference 2021

Itad joined the International Realist Conference 2021 in February. We presented our work on the HMG Climate Change Compass...

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Project

Gender-Responsive Social Protection Programme evaluation

Social protection for women and girls reduces poverty, improves access to education and health, improves economic...

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Project

Developing a strategic learning and evaluation system with Fondation Botnar

Today, over half of the world’s population lives in urban areas. Digital technology is predicted to play an increasingly...

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Report

Evaluation of Bangladesh WFP Country Strategic Plan 2016 – 2019

This evaluation was commissioned to provide evaluative evidence for accountability and learning to inform the design of the...

Project

Retrospective assessment of the LEGO Play Box Initiative

For the past ten years, LEGO has been donating Play Boxes to children and educational institutions in disadvantaged...

Project

Mid-term review of IFAD’s Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture Programme

Smallholders are on the frontline of climate change. Their livelihoods rely on natural resources that are already affected by...