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CDI Practice Paper 17

Building Evaluability Assessments into Institutional Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Frameworks

Published on 1 March 2016

This CDI Practice Paper by Richard Longhurst, Peter Wichmand and Burt Perrin discusses how evaluability assessments (EAs) can support the choice of evaluation approaches for determining impact, drawing on recent experiences of the International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour of the International Labour Office.

These experiences focused on developing a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation strategy such that some elements of an EA were built into the system and could be deployed at most points in the programming cycle, in particular to address which questions are important for the evaluation. When used in conjunction with other criteria, this allows for a more informed choice of the evaluation method and related impact.

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Longhurst, R.; Wichmand, P. and Perrin, B. (2016) Building Evaluability Assessments into Institutional Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Frameworks, CDI Practice Paper 17, Brighton: IDS

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Richard Longhurst

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authors
Longhurst, R., Wichmand, P. and Perrin, B.
journal
CDI Practice Paper, issue 17
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English

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