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Barking up a Better Tree panel: Wed, Oct 26, 2016 (04:30 PM - 06:00 PM) : M104

The session reviews both how we need to fill a gap in the project cycle (currently missing post-project evaluation of sustainability) but also how sustainability can be designed in, monitored and evaluated throughout the cycle

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#eval14 Presentation #69:When do we Value Participant Voices for Sustained Impact? Now!

The lack of ex-post (post-project) evaluation speaks to both the inflexibility and lack of transparency of international aid, but also that not knowing the long-term ability of communities to sustain the outcomes or self-sustain the activities themselves limits successful future programming. We...


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Eval11 Session 633: Is the Footprint Rightly Measured? Challenges to evaluate environmental and social performance and impacts in private sector projects

Environmental and social (E&S) sustainability is an explicit strategic pillar of many multilateral development banks (MDBs) investing in private sector. The projects encompass a wide range of E&S risks and opportunities; pollution control and waste management, occupational health and safety,...

Is the Environmental Footprint Rightly Measured (Nov 2011)3.ppt

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Eval12 Session 691: Measuring Implementation in a Randomized Controlled Trial of an Educational Intervention

This file provides the PowerPoint slides used in our presentation at AEA 2012 in Minneapolis. We describe the combined use of monthly surveys (or teacher logs) and classroom observations to describe the frequency and the quality of teachers' implementation of Project GLAD instructional...

2012 AEA Measuring Implementation in an RCT final.pptx