As consultants, much of our work is found in client reports, which may or may not be in the public domain. These knowledge products are the opportunity to make available Itad’s thinking and knowledge, collected from across our projects. There is a range of material here, including working papers, think pieces, academic articles, project publications, and webinars.
Dynamic monitoring and results: How the Propcom Mai-Karfi project designed and implemented an adaptive measurement system
Itad is leading the monitoring and evaluation spoke for BEAM Exchange, which aims to build the credibility of the market systems approach by strengthening the evidence base of its impact, and to support practitioners to improve implementation by generating and responding better to information on …
Why don’t decision makers use evidence, and what can be done about it? – BCURE Evaluation Briefing No. 2
Itad is leading a three-year impact evaluation of the £13 million UK Department for International Development (DFID) initiative ‘Building Capacity to Use Research Evidence Programme‘ (BCURE).
We are examining how and why different approaches to capacity building for evidence-informed …
BRACED is a unique programme, aiming to build resilience locally yet at scale in highly vulnerable places. To understand how BRACED is building climate and disaster resilience, the BRACED Knowledge Manager collates and synthesises evidence on how resilience is being built on the ground.
To understand what does and does not work well in building climate and disaster resilience, the BRACED Knowledge Manager develops and tests a range of approaches and frameworks for measuring resilience.
During the first year of BRACED, we have:
Our Summer 2016 Newsletter looks back at the last 6 months here at Itad, including our recent reports and knowledge products, project highlights and an update from the Centre for Development Impact.
Itad’s Julian Barr and Rob Lloyd, with DFID’s David Rinnert, Danielle Dunne, and Anna Henttinen, with contributions from Bob Crabtree and Tom Wagstaff, explore the value of evaluation in this discussion paper.