Reports

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Inception Report: Study of CDC’s mobilisation of private investment

January 2019

Stephen Spratt, Chris Barnett, Peter O’Flynn, Vishal Gadhavi, Jean-Pierre Tranchant, Amrita Saha, Mel Punton and Katie Spafford

This Inception Report describes our proposed approach to the longitudinal evaluation of CDC’s ability to mobilise private investment. The primary aims of the evaluation are to understand:

Executive Summary: External Review of Enabling the Business of Agriculture

May 2018

Nick Chapman, Dan Hetherington and Fabiola Lopez-Gomez

Better government regulatory policies can encourage transformative change to benefit agribusiness and informal smallholders.

External Review of Enabling the Business of Agriculture

May 2018

Nick Chapman, Dan Hetherington and Fabiola Lopez-Gomez

This document describes the findings of an independent review of the Enabling the Business of Agriculture (EBA) project. The review was commissioned by DFID to learn lessons from the first phase of the EBA project (2013-2016) and to provide recommendations for the follow-up phase (2017-21).

Evaluation of the Coverage and Quality of the UNICEF Humanitarian Response in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

January 2019

Andy Featherstone, Tasneem Mowjee, David Fleming, Katie Tong, Clemens Gros, Leonora Evans-Gutierrez

The purpose of this evaluation is to generate, through robust and systematic analysis across a range of country contexts, practical solutions that can inform how UNICEF improves the coverage and quality of its humanitarian response.

Strategic Evaluation of WFP Support for Enhanced Resilience

January 2019

Tim Bene, Dorcas Robinson, Fatima Laanouni, Karen Bahr Caballero, Ben Murphy and Dave Wilson.

Itad’s strategic evaluation provides a formative and forward-looking assessment of WFP’s support for enhanced resilience. Its purpose is predominantly to promote learning to inform resilience programming across WFP.

The evaluation team used a “theory of delivery” model to examine how …

Adolescents 360 Evaluation: What do service providers think about contraceptive service provision to 15–19 year old girls in Nigeria?

January 2019

Emma Mulhern with Morenike Ukpong and Adesua Imoisili

What are service providers’ perspectives of contraceptive service provision to adolescent girls in Nigeria?

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