Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding

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Author / Copyright Holder: Maryam Jillani, Search for Common Ground
Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation members reflect upon the Alliance for Peacebuilding Annual Conference that took place this May in Washington D.C.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Maryam Jillani, Search for Common Ground
On April 24, 2014 the Guiding Principles on Young People's Participation in Peacebuilding were released. This blog shares how these principles can help inform the design of our peacebuilding programs.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Adrienne Lemon, Search for Common Ground
Measuring results of programming for social change is challenging. Adrienne from Search for Common Ground blogs about a recent evaluation that used outcome mapping to evaluate The Team in Tanzania.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Charline Burton, Search for Common Ground
In part I of the Notes from the Field: Reflections from AfrEA series, Design Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, Charline Burton from Search for Common Ground shares key takeaways from AfrEA 2014.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Saa Bandabla, Search for Common Ground
In part II of the Notes from the Field: Reflections from AfrEA series, Search for Common Ground - Sierra Leone Design, Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator blogs about lessons learned from the AfrEA conference. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Michael Zanchelli, United States Institute of Peace
What’s the real story behind the words “learning” and “accountability”? This post will dig into these terms and discuss the oft-cited tension between the two.    ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Suman Chowdhury Mony
Access in Micro finance and borrowing microcredit and getting working opportunity in garment sectors and another big or small industries or business and other institutions make them financially solvent. Now Micro finance organizations help them to start a small or medium business and by getting these opportunities they can earn and help others to be solvent women....
Author / Copyright Holder: Karl Hughes and Claire Hutchings
Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) operating in the international development sector need credible, reliable feedback on whether their interventions are making a meaningful difference but they struggle with how they can practically access it. Impact evaluation is research and, like all credible research, it takes time, resources, and expertise to do well, and – despite being under increasing pressure – most NGOs are not set up to rigorously evaluate the bulk of their work.  ...

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