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CLEAR M&E Roundtable Series # 7 - Scaling-Up Social Programs

This roundtable was the seventh in a series of M&E roundtables organised by CLEAR South Asia. This roundtable was conducted by Dr. Richard Kohl, Founder and Principal, Center for Large Scale Social Change LLC, (CLSSC) whose mission is to support scaling up of high-impact innovations worldwide.

The first part of the roundtable featured a presentation on the scaling up framework, challenges to scaling up, and ways to address them. It covered:

CLEAR M&E Roundtable Series # 4 - Evaluation Methods

This roundtable was the fourth in a series of M&E roundtables organised by CLEAR South Asia on Best Practices in Data Collection. It provided an introduction to of experimental evaluation and quasi-experimental methods.


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Participatory Video for Monitoring & Evaluation CASE STUDY: Community-Based Adaptation in Africa

Community Based Adaptation Africa used participatory video and monitoring and evaluation (PV M&E) to enable the community in Dumba village to record the impacts of climate change and the local adaptation knowledge using their own words and voices.

3ie/IFPRI: Orange Sweet Potato: Biofortification, Crop Adoption, and Health Outcomes in Mozambique and Uganda

The following two videos are part of the 3ie/IFPRI Seminar Series on Impact Evaluation.

October 18th, 2012, Alan de Brauw and Dan Gilligan gave a presentation about biofortification, crop adoption, and health outcomes in Mozambique and Uganda.

Presentation Alan de Brauw: Biofortification, crop adoption and health information: Impact pathways in Mozambique and Uganda

3ie/IFPRI: Debt Structure, Entrepreneurship, and Risk: Evidence from Microfinance

The following videos are part of the 3ie/IFPRI Seminar Series on Impact Evaluation.

June 6th, 2012, Erica Field discussed whether and how the repayment structure of a debt contract influences entrepreneurship. The presentation is based on a publication on the issue.

3ie/IFPRI: Business Training and Female Enterprise Start-up and Growth in Sri Lanka

The following videos are part of the 3ie/IFPRI Seminar Series on Impact Evaluation.

May 23rd, 2012, David McKenzie, Lead Economist at The World Bank gave a presentation about a randomized experiment in Sri Lanka to measure the impact of the most commonly used business training course in developing countries.

3ie/IFPRI: Cash Transfers, Behavioral Changes, and Cognitive Development in Early Childhood: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment

The following videos are part of the 3ie/IFPRI Seminar Series on Impact Evaluation.

September 6th, 2012, Renos Vakis of The World Bank discussed the impact of a cash transfer program on early childhood cognitive development.

3ie/IFPRI: The Impact of the Kenya CT-OVC Programme on Productive Activities and Labor Allocation

The following videos are part of the 3ie/IFPRI Seminar Series on Impact Evaluation.

January 31th, 2013, Paul Winters discussed whether and how cash transfers could be used for productive purposes as part of a broader development agenda. The Kenya Cash Transfer Programme for Orphans and Vulnerable Children is used as a case study.

Using digital video for project monitoring and evaluation in Laos

In 2005, Rana Ghose gave a training in Laos on how to use digital video for monitoring and evaluation purposes. This video documents the training workshop through the words of those trained.

Using digital video for project monitoring and evaluation in Sri Lanka

In 2004, six staff members of the Regional Economic Advancement Project in Sri Lanka received a video training for monitoring and evaluation purposes. The video illustrates the process and how those trained envision using the medium.