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Impact Evaluation Notes No. 1 - Introduction To Impact Evaluation

Patricia J. Rogers, RMIT University (Australia) and BetterEvaluation, Eds.: InterAction, The Rockefeller Foundation, (2012)


This is the first guidance note in a four-part series of notes produced by InterAction to support management, program and M&E staff in international NGOs to plan, design, manage, conduct and use impact evaluations. This first guidance note, Introduction to Impact Evaluation, provides an overview of impact evaluation, explaining how impact evaluation differs from – and complements – other types of evaluation, why impact evaluation should be done, when and by whom. It describes different methods, approaches and designs that can be used for the different aspects of impact evaluation. The guidance note is also available in French, Arabic and Spanish on https://www.interaction.org/impact-evaluation-notes.
https://www.interaction.org/sites/default/files/1%...


Impact Evaluation Notes No.4 - Use of Impact Evaluation Results

David Bonbright, Keystone Accountability, Eds.: InterAction, The Rockefeller Foundation, (2012)


This is the fourth guidance note in a four-part series of notes related to impact evaluation developed by InterAction with financial support from the Rockefeller Foundation.This fourth guidance note, Use of Impact Evaluation Results, highlights three themes crucial for effective utilization of evaluation results. Theme one states that use does not happen by accident. Impact evaluations are more likely to be used when uses have been anticipated and planned from the earliest stages of the evaluation and, even better, from the planning stages of the work that is being evaluated. Theme two concerns the operations and systems required in an organization to use impact evaluations well. Theme three builds from the premise that the first two themes are necessary but insufficient conditions for the effective and widespread use of impact evaluations. The guidance note is also available in French, Arabic and Spanish on https://www.interaction.org/impact-evaluation-notes.
https://www.interaction.org/sites/default/files/Us...


Impact Evaluation Notes No.2 - Linking Monitoring And Evaluation To Impact Evaluation

Burt Perrin, Eds.: InterAction, The Rockefeller Foundation, (2012)


This is the second guidance note in a four-part series of notes related to impact evaluation developed by InterAction with financial support from the Rockefeller Foundation.This second guidance note, Linking Monitoring and Evaluation to Impact Evaluation, illustrates the relationship between routine M&E and impact evaluation – in particular, how both monitoring and evaluation activities can support meaningful and valid impact evaluation. The guidance note is also available in French, Arabic and Spanish on https://www.interaction.org/impact-evaluation-notes.
https://www.interaction.org/sites/default/files/Li...


Impact Evaluation Notes No.3 - Introduction To Mixed Methods In Impact Evaluation

Michael Bamberger, Eds.: InterAction, The Rockefeller Foundation, (2012)


This is the third guidance note in a four-part series of notes related to impact evaluation developed by InterAction with financial support from the Rockefeller Foundation.This third guidance note, Introduction to Mixed Methods in Impact Evaluation, starts by explaining what a mixed methods (MM) impact evaluation design is and what distinguishes this approach from quantitative or qualitative impact evaluation designs. It notes that a mixed methods approach seeks to integrate social science disciplines with predominantly quantitative (QUANT) and predominantly qualitative (QUAL) approaches to theory, data collection, data analysis and interpretation. The guidance note is also available in French and Spanish on https://www.interaction.org/impact-evaluation-notes. ATTENTION: ANNEXES 1 TO 11 TO THIS DOCUMENT CAN BE FOUND IN ENGLISH VERSION ON: https://www.interaction.org/introduction-mixed-methods-impact-evaluation-annexes
https://www.interaction.org/sites/default/files/Mi...


WHO Evaluation Practice Handbook

Maria Santamaria, Marie Bombin, Guitelle Baghdadi-Sabeti, et al., Eds.: World Health Organization (WHO), (2013)



http://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/96311


Online NGO Assessment Tool

NGO Academy, (2015)


The value of this assessment is both in the DOING and in the outcome. You do need to keep in mind the maturity of your organization and not expect that a newly formed NGO have in place many of the mechanisms and structures mentioned in the assessment form. But this does give the interested NGO leader, a way to monitor your NGO’s development and also to take note of various aspects of NGO work that might be implemented in the coming months. Accessed 26th of November 2015.
http://ngo-academy.org/resources/online-ngo-assess...


Performance Management for Health Logistics Workers

USAID, (2015)


This tool focuses on performance management as an essential element of successful supply chain and logistics systems. It is designed to assist health supply chain workers who have performance management responsibilities.
http://deliver.jsi.com/dhome/whatwedo/capbuilding/...


Hospital safety Index Guide for Evaluators

World Health Organization, Eds.: World Health Organization and Pan American Health Organization, (2015)



http://www.who.int/hac/techguidance/hospital_safet...


Hospital safety Index Guide for Evaluators. Forms

World Health Organization, Eds.: World Health Organization and Pan American Health Organization, (2015)



http://www.who.int/hac/techguidance/preparedness/h...


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