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Monitoring, evaluation and learning

  1. The ingredients of successful adaptive programming in Tanzania: a QCA analysis

    Research reports

  2. Composing a symphony or causing a racket? Intentional design for evaluation and learning among subgroups in multi-site, multi-organisation development initiatives

    Working papers

  3. Asking for feedback: how to ensure information makes its way into decision-making

  4. Innovations in quantitative measurement of gender norms


  5. Outcome mapping: learning brief

    Briefing/policy papers

  6. USAID Wildlife Asia as a case study in adaptive rigour: monitoring, evaluation and learning for adaptive management

    Briefing/policy papers

  7. The UK’s support to the African Development Bank Group


  8. Monitoring and learning during Covid-19: beyond remote data collection

  9. Methodologies and approaches

  10. Participatory scenario planning in times of uncertainty: five key lessons

  11. How cognitive biases affect monitoring, evaluation and learning – and what can be done about it

  12. Getting intentional about M&E: choosing suitable approaches for adaptive programmes

  13. Using mobile phone surveys to track resilience and post-disaster recovery: a how-to guide


  14. Failing forward: how to encourage sharing of what is not working

  15. Supporting adaptive management: monitoring and evaluation tools and approaches

    Working papers

  16. Towards evidence-informed adaptive management: a roadmap for development and humanitarian organisations

    Working papers

  17. Why we need better data on mobile populations in cities – and how to get it

  18. Are we suffering from obsessive measurement disorder?

  19. Measuring the hard-to-measure in development: dimensions, measurement challenges, and responses


  20. ‘Learning partners’: overcoming the collective action dilemma of inter-organisational knowledge generation and sharing?