ex-post evaluation

What happens after the project ends?  Country-national ownership lessons from post-project sustained impact evaluations (Part 2)

»Posted by on Feb 19, 2016 in Accountability, Aid effectiveness, Asian Development Bank (ADB), CARE, ex-post evaluation, Exit strategies, Food for Peace (FFP), InterAction, Microenterprise, OECD, PACT, Participation, Project Concern International (PCI), Sustainability, Sustainable development, Sustained Impact Evaluation, USAID | 0 comments

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Learning about Sustainability and Exit Strategies from USAID’s Food Assistance Projects

»Posted by on Jan 20, 2016 in Accountability, Aid effectiveness, ex-post evaluation, Exit strategies, Food for Peace (FFP), Participants, partners, Rural Development, self-sustainability, Sustainability, Sustainable development, USAID | 4 comments

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Sustained Impact post-project (ex-post)? Little proof at 3ie

»Posted by on Dec 15, 2015 in 3ie, Aid effectiveness, DFID, Evaluation, ex-post evaluation, post-project evaluation, Sustainability, Sustainable development, USAID | 14 comments

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Sustainable Development Goals and Foreign Aid– How Sustainable and Accountable to whom?  Reposting Blog from LinkedIn Pulse

»Posted by on Sep 24, 2015 in Accountability, Brookings Institute, Center for Global Development, Evidence-based policy, ex-post evaluation, Exit strategies, foreign aid, IEG, Milenium Development Goals, Millennium Challenge Corporation, Participants, post-project evaluation, self-sustainability, Sustainable development, USAID, USDA, World Bank | 0 comments

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IEG Blog Series Part II: Theory vs. Practice at the World Bank

»Posted by on Apr 7, 2015 in Beneficiaries, Estonia, Evaluation, ex-post evaluation, IEG, India, Kenya, Local Participants, Niger, Nigeria, Participants, Participation, post-project evaluation, PPAR, self-sustainability, Sustainability, Sustainable development, Valuing Voices, World Bank | 4 comments

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When Funders Move On (Originally published by Stanford Social Innovation Review 03/15)

»Posted by on Mar 23, 2015 in Accountability, Aid effectiveness, Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Center for Effective Philanthropy, EU, ex-post evaluation, Hewlett Foundation, IATI, JICA, Keystone, OECD, post-project evaluation, SSIR, Sustainable development, USAID | 0 comments

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