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USAID’s Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA) and the United Nations Evaluation Development Group for Asia and the Pacific (UNEDAP) hosted the “Asia Regional Evaluation Summit” last week at the USAID Asia Regional Training Center in Bangkok.  Nearly 100 development professionals, representing 15 countries,...
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USAID’s Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA) and the United Nations Evaluation Development Group for Asia and the Pacific (UNEDAP) hosted the “Asia Regional Evaluation Summit” last week at the USAID Asia Regional Training Center in Bangkok.  Nearly 100 development professionals, representing 15 countries,...
USAID Contribution
This Technical Note provides guidance on using mixed-methods for evaluations.  A mixed-method evaluation systematically integrates two or more evaluation methods, usually drawing on both quantitative and qualitative data.  The Technical Note provides guidance to USAID staff and partners on how mixed-method...
USAID Contribution
USAID's Evaluation Interest Group Resources
USAID Contribution
Gapminder is a data visualization tool for World Bank data. It includes links to various indicator databases maintained by organizations around the world and has links to numerous presentations on global trends
Community Contribution
An international collaboration to improve evaluation practice and theory by sharing information about options (methods or tools) and approaches.
Community Contribution
Development Grants Program Global Evaluation Summary
USAID Contribution
This webinar is part of a four-part series on monitoring and evaluation. It will introduce The Pre-Evaluation Guide, which provides several easy steps to help prepare for an evaluation.
Community Contribution
The MEASURE DHS STATcompiler allows users to make custom tables based on hundreds of demographic and health indicators across more than 70 countries.
Community Contribution
With increasing incidences of poverty and conflict in fragile states, a global call has been raised to do more to help and to be more effective in helping. Interventions are expected to not only improve the well being of the poor but also to demonstrably impact peace and stability. But how can we measure whether interventions have had an impact?
USAID Contribution
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