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Exploring the ‘Power of Story’ at the American Evaluation Association Conference 2023

Join us at the American Evaluation Association Conference from 9-14 October! We'll be sharing ideas, skills and reflecting on...


Understanding the protection of refugee rights during the COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 has exacerbated the challenges faced by refugees across the globe in exercising their rights and gaining access to...


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)...

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Improving poverty and disability measures through better data collection: Lessons from WISH

Collecting data for decision-making on personal issues related to sex, income and ability is fraught with complications that...

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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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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...


The benefits of community-driven development

A new paper published in the Journal of Flood Risk Management explores the costs and benefits of resilience interventions in...

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Continuing results in development:
the importance of evidence during COVID-19

The COVID-19 (C19) pandemic has had profound effects on lives around the world and will continue to do so for years, if not...


Synergies in SDGs: How holistic monitoring can support global goals

I recently attended a workshop at the Vitol Foundation presenting initial results of a multi-disciplinary research team from...


Lessons from an ex-post evaluation – and why we should do more of them

Even as evaluation specialists, rarely do we get the chance to carry out ex-post evaluations. We recently carried out an...


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...


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...


Five key principles for Adaptive Social Protection programming

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


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...


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...


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...