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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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Strategic Evaluation of the World Food Programme’s Support for Enhanced Resilience

Resilience is of growing importance globally (as highlighted in the June 2017 Report of the UN Secretary-General) and is seen...

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Review of Rural Roads Maintenance Planning in Nepal

This report by the independent Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) component of the Rural Access Programme 3 (RAP3)...

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The impact of cash-for-works: evidence from the Rural Access Programme in the mid and far west of Nepal

RAP's primary objective is to deliver economic benefits to poor and isolated communities over the long term through improved...

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Learning Partnership on the Dedicated Grant Mechanism for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities

The Forest Investment Program (FIP), a program under the Climate Investment Funds (CIF), provides indispensable investments to...

Helen Bailey

Senior Consultant

Helen Bailey is an evaluator with ten years’ experience in international development. She works on markets, financial...

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RAP Beneficiaries’ Feedback Report 2017

To date, there have been several studies conducted by the independent Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) component of...

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Post-hoc quality assessment and annual summary report services for the World Food Programme

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is the world’s largest humanitarian agency, providing food assistance to...

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Evaluation of UNFPA Support to the Prevention, Response to and Elimination of Gender-based Violence, including Harmful Practices

The issue of violence against women and girls features strongly in the 2030 Development Agenda. We are committed to supporting...

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FoodTrade East and Southern Africa: Mid-Term Evaluation Final Report

During Q3 2016, the Evaluation Management Unit (EMU), managed by Itad UK, undertook the independent Mid-term Evaluation (MTE)...

Blog

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...

Blog

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...

Report

Nepal Rural Access Programme (RAP3) – Midline Impact Assessment Report 2016

This midline report presents the findings from a panel survey of 3,600 households (HH) in eight districts in the Mid and Far...

Blog

60 Seconds with…Ethel Sibanda

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 verification of RAP 3 Disbursement Linked Indicators (DLI)

The MEL-led independent verification of RAP3 has been initiated following recommendations from the 2015 DFID Annual Review....

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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...

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Rapid Perception Survey on “Bikash ko Bato” – A joint RAP and MEL report

RAP 3's communication strategy included the “10 RAP Principles – that guide all activities and communications”. It also...