Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding

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Author / Copyright Holder: Search for Common Ground
Ce document est un résumé du rapport sur les résultats de la recherche du premier scan de conflit trimestriel au Burundi, mené dans le cadre du projet Impore Iwacu de Search for Common Ground (SFCG) avec le partenariat du Fonds des Nations Unies pour l'enfance (UNICEF)....
Author / Copyright Holder: American Red Cross, Catholic Relief Services, USAID
The document was created to provide readers with information that helps private voluntary organization staff facilitate learning among individuals, groups, and organizations by communicating and reporting evaluation processes and findings more effectively.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Steve Montague, Gail Young and Carolyn Montague
The problem many public sector analysts and evaluators have had to date has been the nature of the charts, diagrams and 'mental models' which have been used. Charts have sometimes been too limited in what they include....
Author / Copyright Holder: Canadian International Development Agency - CIDA
Evaluation reports is Part 7 of a ten-part series called How to Perform Evaluations by the Canadian International Development Agency. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Canadian International Development Agency
MODEL TOR offers a quick and easy way to prepare your TORs. Sample text is set out by essential reporting element, allowing practitioners to work from a standard that meets the Agency’s essential requirements. All you have to do is make the edits as necessary to describe your evaluation. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Valerie Stetson, Guy Sharrock and Susan Hahn
Project design and proposal writing are core responsibilities for CRS programming staff and take much investment of our human and financial resources. ProPack (Project Package) aims to help CRS staff work in a consistent manner with partners to raise the quality of our planning processes....
Author / Copyright Holder: Guy Sharrock [ed.]
CRS and the American Red Cross collaborated on a set of M&E training and capacity-building materials for field staff, covering topics in project and program design, monitoring, evaluation, and reporting. The ultimate aim was to improve the ability to evaluate impacts of Food for Peace/Title II programs....
Author / Copyright Holder: Daniel L. Stufflebeam
Sound evaluations are grounded in clear and appropriate values (principles, attributes, or qualities held to be intrinsically good, desirable, important, and of general worth) and criteria(standards on which to base judgments).  This checklist is intended to help evaluators and their clients consider an appropriate range of generic values and criteria as they identify those that will undergird particular evaluations. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Egon G. Yuba and Yvonna S. Lincoln
Constructivist evaluation is that form of evaluation based on the propositions (basic assumptions) undergirding the constructivist paradigm.  The constructivist paradigm differs from other knowledge paradigms commonly in use, including the scientific, the artistic, the religious, the legal, and others of similar broad sweep. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Daniel L. Stufflebeam
The CIPP Evaluation Model is a comprehensive framework for guiding evaluations of programs, projects, personnel, products, institutions, and systems.  This checklist, patterned after the CIPP Model, is focused on program evaluations, particularly those aimed at effecting long-term, sustainable improvements.  Corresponding to the letters in the acronym CIPP, this model’s core parts are context, input, process, and product evaluation....
Author / Copyright Holder: Paula Gangopadhyay
This checklist was developed to aid evaluators in making evaluation more meaningful to the diverse makeup of education stakeholders in the current marketplace. With education reform in the forefront and accountability a key issue, community involvement in education has greatly evolved in the past few years....
Author / Copyright Holder: Gary Miron
The Evaluation Report Checklist has two intended applications that are related to evaluation management: (1) a tool to guide a discussion between evaluators and their clients regarding the preferred contents of evaluation reports and (2) a tool to provide formative feedback to report writers....
Author / Copyright Holder: Daniel L. Stufflebeam
This checklist is intended both as an advance organizer and as a reminder of key matters to be considered before and during an evaluation. An ordered list of elements commonly included in evaluation designs follows. These elements are not necessarily intended to be treated in a strict linear sequence....