Embracing Evaluative Thinking for Better Outcomes – Four NGO case studies
Demand for and Supply of Evaluations in Selected Sub-Saharan African Countries
The Regional Centre for Learning on Evaluation and Results for Anglophone Africa(CLEAR-AA) conducted a study on demand and supply of evaluation/evaluative research in a selection of Sub-Saharan African countries for the UK Department for International Development (DFID). The purpose of the study was to lead to a better understanding of demand and supply factors in evaluation and evaluative research in these countries, to aid national stakeholders and those supporting them to better structure their assistance.
Inception Report DFID Study
Terms of Reference for DFID Study
Exploratory Case Studies
Centre for Learning on Evaluation and Results CLEAR (ed.), African Monitoring and Evaluation Systems: Exploratory Case Studies (Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand)
A Growing Demand for Monitoring and Evaluation in Africa
by Stephen Porter, Ian Goldman
Influencing Change: Building Evaluation Capacity to Strengthen Governance
by Ray C. Rist, Marie-Helene Boily, Frederic Martin
Human Rights and Development in the new Millennium Towards a Theory of Change
Edited by Paul Gready, Wouter Vandenhole
Chapter 12: S Porter, A Change of Road for the Rights-Based Approach? A Reflection on Piloting a Health-Enabling Mobile Technology Programme in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
African Thought Leaders Forum on Evaluation and Development: Expanding Thought Leadership in Africa – The Bellagio Centre 14th November – 17th November 2012
Embracing Evaluative Thinking for Better Outcome – Four NGO Case Studies.