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Can We Demonstrate the Difference that Norwegian Aid Makes?

April 2014

Rob Lloyd, Derek Poate, Espen Villanger and Achim Engelhardt

Itad, in association with CMI, were contracted in 2012 to conduct a ‘root and branch’ evaluation of the Norwegian Aid Administrations approach to results measurement.  This came off the back of the Evaluation Department’s finding that none of the evaluations and studies that they …

Joint Evaluation of Budget Support to Tanzania


ADE, Itad and COWI

This study has evaluated the General and Sector Budget Support operations undertaken in Tanzania from 2005/06 to 2011/12.

Review of M4P Evaluation methods and approaches

April 2013

Tim Ruffer & Elise Wach

This report presents the findings of a study undertaken by Itad for DFID to critically review the methods used to evaluate M4P programmes and thereby help guide the design and implementation of future evaluations.

Joint Evaluation of Support to Civil Society Engagement in Policy Dialogue

February 2013

Itad and COWI

Although policy dialogue is an area promoted by many development partners in various ways, there is little comprehensive knowledge of the role that CSO involvement in policy development can have on domestic accountability and ownership of the development process, including the role DPs can play in …

GEMS results measurement handbook

December 2012

Tim Ruffer

The purpose of this handbook is to provide GEMS with a consistent framework for capturing and reporting results and to ensure a coherent approach to results measurement across the programme. DFID is required to report the results of GEMS to a wide range of stakeholders.

UNITAID 5 Year Evaluation – Summary

October 2012


Since its inception in 2006, UNITAID has made a significant contribution to the fight against HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria. UNITAID quickly got off to a strong start in pursuit of its mission to play a distinctive market-shaping role in market niches critical to the fight against the three …

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