Global mental health policy influence toolkit

Mental health affects one in four people globally. Yet it does not receive due policy-influence. This toolkit aims to support researchers and project teams to maximise their policy-influence.

AEA Webinar: Evaluation Jitters Part Two: Managing an Evaluation - Alice Willard

This webinar is part of a four-part series on monitoring and evaluation. Once an evaluation begins, the evaluation team needs a key organizational contact. This contact is often a junior staff person assigned to 'manage' the evaluation process. Rather than a technical or a senior manager, this contact's job can include helping smooth logistics (setting up meetings), providing routine communication to the organization's management about the progress of the evaluation, and also serving as the 'go to' for challenges and opportunities that come up during an evaluation.

CARE Climate vulnerability and capacity analysis (CVCA) handbook

The CVCA methodology is based on a framework of “enabling factors” for Community-Based Adaptation (CBA). It is designed to feed into and strengthen planning processes by providing vital, context-specific information about the impacts of climate change and local vulnerability.

This handbook provides an overview of the methodology, as well as practical guidance for using it in the design and implementation of adaptation actions.

Reflection Methods: Tools to Make Learning More Explicit - Manual for Facilitators and Trainers

Authors:  Femke Gordijn, Jan Helder & Natalia Eerdman
Publication Date: 2012 

This manual describes a number of tools for facilitating reflection processes in courses, to advance learning and promote positive change. The tools can be used to facilitate the process of reflecting on the knowledge and experiences participants of short courses acquire, with the aim of making their leaning more explicit and articulated and contribute to their professional performance in their own working context.