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Poverty and livelihoods

Our work seeks to understand what works in which contexts to best enable people and communities to enhance their capabilities, assets and activities. From understanding how social protection can act as a safety net for increasing human potential, and protect vulnerable people from risks and shocks, to measuring the impact of integrated development programming, our work helps to ensure interventions maximise their impact and support vulnerable people.

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Elisa Sandri

Consultant

Elisa Sandri is a Consultant with experience in research, evaluation and learning in international development and...

Eve Mackinnon

Consultant

Eve Mackinnon is a water, sanitation and hygiene and natural resources consultant using evidence-based approaches to...

Talar Bogosyan

Consultant

Talar Bogosyan is a Consultant at Itad. Her work focuses on markets, business and supply chains.

Report

Technical Assessment of Completed RAP roads (Independent Verification Round 2)

The objective of the Rural Access Programme 3 (RAP) is to reduce poverty in western Nepal. The programme aims to deliver...

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The role of Road Maintenance Groups in the Local Roads Network sector in rural Nepal

This policy brief explores the role of Road Maintenance Groups (RMGs) that a number of donor programmes fund in Nepal to...

Blog

What else does the MVP evaluation tell us?

In this blog, we dig deeper into the findings to explore the impact of the Millennium Villages Project (MVP) in Northern Ghana...

Blog

Unforeseen benefits of the Millennium Villages Project in Northern Ghana

In this blog, Dee Jupp shares her experiences living in the home of an extended family in one of the Millennium Villages in...

Blog

Five key principles for Adaptive Social Protection programming

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

Report

Child Development Grant Programme Evaluation Qualitative Endline Report

This report presents the findings of the third and final (endline) round of qualitative fieldwork for the evaluation of the...

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Management of the Local Roads Network in Federal Nepal – Policy Brief

People living in remote areas of Nepal demand and aspire to be physically connected year-round to markets and service centres....

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Millennium Villages Project Briefing Paper No.5: What was the impact on health?

This Briefing Paper is the fifth in a series to communicate key points from the independent impact evaluation of the...

Blog

60 seconds with…Joseph Thompson

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

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Independent monitoring and verification of the Accelerating Sanitation, Water and Hygiene for All (ASWA II) Programme

Accelerating access to drinking water and household sanitation is key to achieving the sustainable development goals and DFID...

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Assessment of Co-op/One Foundation WASH projects

Itad were asked by Co-op to undertake an independent social impact assessment of Co-op’s partnership with The One...

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British International Investment’s mobilisation of private investment

Increasingly, international consensus is that private finance is critical to filling the development financing gap and...

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Monitoring and Evaluation of Denmark-Myanmar Country Programme

Since 2011, Denmark has steadily expanded its diplomatic, political, commercial and development cooperation with Myanmar,...