Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding

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Author / Copyright Holder: Ben Fowler and Adam Kessler for the Donor Committee for Enterprise Development
The paper provides guidance for measuring results in conflict affected environments (CAEs) using the Donor Committee for Enterprise Development (DCED) Standard for Results Measurement.  Since 2008, the DCED Standard has been implmented by numerous private sector development (PSD) projects across Africa and Asia, and has helped monitor progress towards objectives and manage interventions....
Author / Copyright Holder: International Development Evaluation Association
This document presents a broad array of competencies and criteria for judging the knowledge, skills, and abilities of individuals or teams who seek to design, conduct, review, and/or manage a "development evaluation".  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Clara Hagens/American Red Cross, Catholic Relief Services and USAID
This module provides examples, tools, and guidance for each stage of the M&E staff hiring process.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Johanna Morariu, Ehren Reed, and Kathy Brennan
Capacity and Organizational Readiness for Evaluation (CORE) Tool is a succinct, fifteen-question organizational assessment tool. The CORE Tool assesses organizational readiness for evaluation and learning on three dimensions: Culture/Learning Environment; Organizational Leadership; and Resources, Systems, Structures, and Process. ...
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: 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: Daniel L. Stufflebeam
This checklist designed to help evaluators and clients to identify key contractual issues and make and record their agreements for conducting an evaluation. Advance agreements on these matters can mean the difference between an evaluation's success and failure....
Author / Copyright Holder: Jerry Horn
This checklist is designed to assist evaluators and others think through the many issues that should be considered when developing an evaluation budget.  This instrument is divided into several categories of typical cost items for conducting evaluations, and questions or statements are used as prompts for users to consider....