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Evaluation Glossaries

We would like to bring to your attention two evaluation glossaries:

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Human rights impact assessment guidance and toolbox

The purpose of this Guidance and Toolbox is to provide those who are involved in conducting, commissioning, reviewing or monitoring Human Rights Impact Assessments (HRIA) of business projects and activities with guidance and practical tools; with the view to ensuring that such assessments apply a human rights-based approach and are consistent with the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UN Guiding Principles).

Integrating Gender in the Monitoring and Evaluation of Health Programs: A Toolkit

Gender expectations have a significant impact on a person’s health, by shaping behaviors and beliefs related to risk and vulnerability, and on health-seeking behavior.

The assessment of whether programs achieve intermediate and long-term objectives related to gender norms and health status requires gender-relevant information.

Institutional and organizational analysis and capacity strengthening

A Field Practitioner's Guide

The purpose of this Guide is to support institutional and organizational analysis and strengthening for design and implementation of programmes and projects. 

Participatory Program Evaluation Manual

Involving Program Stakeholders in the Evaluation Process

The participatory evaluation methodology developed by Judi Aubel and laid out clearly in this manual has been utilized by several evaluation facilitators with good results. Participants have learned new monitoring and evaluation skills, and been challenged to examine ways of doing things to see if there might be a better way. They have been encouraged to think creatively and be innovative problem solvers. Stakeholders at all levels have been empowered to speak out and share their concerns and their ideas.

Case Study: Exploring Developmental Evaluation

International Development programs often face significant challenges when confronted with complex and rapidly changing conditions that do not neatly fit within traditional models of evaluation. Developmental Evaluation (DE) has emerged in recent years as an alternative approach, seeking to create structured feedback mechanisms that can effectively support innovation. This document describes two DE experiences in International Development projects.

A framework of outcomes for young people

This Framework of Outcomes for Young People is designed to highlight the fundamental importance of social and emotional capabilities to the achievement of all other outcomes for all young people.

Systems and Complexity White Paper

The Strategic Program for Analyzing Complexity and Evaluating Systems (SPACES MERL) project is an activity funded by USAIDs Global Development Lab and the Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning (PPL).

The Multidimensional Poverty Assessment Tool

Design, development and application of a new framework for measuring rural poverty.
The Multidimensional Poverty Assessment Tool (MPAT) provides a methodology and a framework for the development community to implement better poverty reduction programmes. MPAT was designed to be used in different contexts and countries of the developing world.

Measuring poverty using the Progress out of Poverty Index®

An easy to use tool that measures poverty with just 10 questions. Already customised and translated for many different countries.