The purpose of this tab is to focus the evaluation with resources on evaluation design, methods, sampling, questions and instruments.
Randomised controlled trials (RCTs) are the best way of determining whether a policy is working.
This is the Facilitator's Guide for a workshop on program design, monitoring and evaluation (PDME) of family planning programs.This cour
Utilization-Focused Evaluation (U-FE) begins with the premise that evaluations should be judged by their utility and actual use; therefo
This report presents a framework for understanding program evaluation and facilitating integration of evaluation throughout the public h
This document is a briefing on participatory monitoring and evaluation (PM&E), an approach that involves local people, development a
As part of a larger effort by members of the American Evaluation Association (AEA) Topical Interest Group on Evaluation Use (TIG- EU), w
This links to an issue of The Family Planning Manager that discusses the important role of ongoing, regular internal program evaluation
This manual prepares readers to:
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