Key Resource Centres

Evidence Changes Lives: Realizing Evaluation’s Potential to Inform the Global Sustainable Development Goals

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Publication date: March 2015

Evaluation will become more necessary for the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals. In this publication, in 2015 the International Year of Evaluation, we seek to demonstrate how evaluation makes a difference.

UNICEF Impact Evaluation Series

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Recognizing the importance of impact evaluation to UNICEF's work, the Office of Research - Innocenti has collaborated with  RMIT University, the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), and BetterEvaluation to produce a series of metho

The World Bank: enGENDER IMPACT

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EnGENDER IMPACT, a World Bank initiative aims to contribute to gender equality by:
1) supporting global knowledge sharing and uptake of key lessons
2) encouraging more and better IEs in key gender topics

ITIG- Utilization of Evaluations- Bibliography

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Source: International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS)
Publication date: 2012

Open Access Initiatives for Low and Middle Income Country Researchers

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Financial and technological barriers have limited the access to high-quality and up-to-date research in low- and middle-income countries. The International Development Coordinating Group has put together a list of key initiatives that provide free or low- cost access to journal articles. It includes international initiatives like Research4life that cover multiple publishers, as well as open access initiatives run by individual

Evaluation E-library

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A great library set up by CARE to make the findings of evaluations of projects and programs more easily accessible to staff and others who would benefit from institutional learning.

Earthscan

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Earthscan / James & James is one of the leading publishers in Sustainable Development

The gateway to Development Information

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15,680 online documents | 4,500 organisations | 15,000 email messages

INTRAC

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A wealth of well-researched documents on a range of subjects such as organisational capacity building, strengthening civil society and participatory development.