Aid effectiveness

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Funding and Accountability for sustainable projects?

»Posted by on Jul 15, 2021 in Accountability, Aid effectiveness, climate change, Covid, Financing gap, Impact Guild, International aid, Monitoring and Evaluation, post project evaluation, Private sector, SDGs, Sustainability, Sustainable development, Uncategorized | 3 comments

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Reblog:Ex-post Eval Week: Are we serious about project sustainability and exit? By Abu Ala Hasan

»Posted by on Jan 18, 2021 in Aid effectiveness, Bangladesh, Exit strategies, Project cycle, Sustainable development | 0 comments

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Interactive Webinar: Sustained Exit? Prove it or Improve it! (Nov 6 2020)

»Posted by on Oct 28, 2020 in Aid effectiveness, Evaluation, Impact, measuring sustainability checklist, post project evaluation, Sustainability, Sustainable development, Sustained and Emerging Impacts Evaluations (SEIE) | 1 comment

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Sustaining “Sustainable Development”

»Posted by on Apr 20, 2020 in Aid effectiveness, climate change, environment, ex-post evaluation, Impact, international development, JICA, OECD, Participants, post project evaluation, Sustainability, Sustainable development, USAID, Vietnam, water/ sanitation | 0 comments

Sustaining “Sustainable Development”

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Learning from a river of ex-post project evaluations, tools and guidance… Thanks USAID!

»Posted by on Nov 10, 2019 in Aid effectiveness, civil society, ex-post evaluation, Ghana, Impact, impact evaluation, Indonesia, Maternal Child Health, MCHN, NGOs, post-project evaluation, sanitation & hygiene, Senegal, Sustainable development, USAID, water/ sanitation | 1 comment

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Public and Private paths to Sustained Global Development Impacts

»Posted by on Sep 10, 2018 in Aid effectiveness, ex-post evaluation, Failure, Funding, Impact, Impact Guild, impact investing, International aid, Learning, M&E, SDGs, Sustainability, Sustainable development, Sustained and Emerging Impacts Evaluations (SEIE), Valuing Voices | 0 comments

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