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Who is responsible for sustaining development?

»Posted by on Nov 19, 2015 in Beneficiaries, Evaluation, Exit strategies, International aid, Local Participants, Participants, post-project evaluation, Project design, Rural Development, Sustainability, Sustainable development | 0 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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Face our fears! Learn from failure…

»Posted by on Sep 16, 2015 in Accountability, Aid effectiveness, Community Driven Development, Effective Philanthropy, Failure, Global Giving, International aid, Participants, Sustainability | 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, 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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A Missing Piece In Local Ownership: Evaluation Reblog from InterAction (US’ NGO Umbrella Organization)

»Posted by on Mar 6, 2015 in Accountability, Evaluation, Evidence-based policy, InterAction, International aid, Local Participants, Participants, Project design, USAID | 0 comments

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IEG Blog Series Part I: Pick a term, any term…but stick to it!

»Posted by on Mar 2, 2015 in Accountability, Beneficiaries, Evaluation, Evidence-based policy, ex-post evaluation, Feedback loops, impact evaluation, Local Participants, Participants, Participation, post-project evaluation, Results, self-sustainability, Sustainability, Sustainable development, Transparency, Uncategorized, Valuing Voices, World Bank | 0 comments

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