We collect knowledge-rich blogs from evaluators and persons both within and without our community. These blogs offer writers the opportunity to narrate in less formal writing styles their personal evaluation experiences, capture evaluation findings in easy-to-understand ways while engaging the community with other relevant knowledge.
The current COVID-19 pandemic is a zoonosis- a disease or infection that is naturally transmissible from animals to humans and can be caused by viruses, bacteria, parasites, or unconventional agents.
When you first hear the phrase "environmental peacebuilding," you may think that these two words are not directly linked. Think again. Many conflicts around the world affect and are affected by, at least indirectly, the environment and natural resources.
Conferences are a wonderful event for professionals and working groups. There is time to network, up-date on the newest trends in various fields of expertice, discuss and exchange. New inspiration and motivation is found and spread.
As program designers and implementers, how do we make sure our intervention will scale up? As program evaluators, how do we know if something is going to scale up?
UNDP Evaluation to support the “leaving no one behind” agenda: insights from the UNDP NEC Conference 2019
This blog was originally published on the Evalforward website by Serdar Bayryyev, Senior Evaluation Officer, FAO; and Rena
When we at the GEF IEO looked at how impact was scaled up in GEF-supported interventions, many of the interviewees used terms such as “magic moment”, “luck” or “perfect storm” when referring to how scaling-up happened “spontaneously” through serendipitous circumstances, even when the project itse
Change is the only constant, we all learn sooner or later. But what to do when political and economic changes threaten the success of your carefully-implemented program?
Monitoring and evaluation practice can do harm. It can harm: