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Measuring health and well-being of young people in the Transfer Project
T. Palermo / UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre 2015
This policy brief addresses the knowledge gap that exists about the effectiveness of cash transfer programmes to impact young people’s health, development and well-being. The brief maps out a variety of emotional and physical as...
Catching the virtual bus: ICT for augmenting rural livelihoods
A. Pastakia; S. Oza / Development Support Center 2011
Whereas plenty of literature is available on the technical aspects of watershed development and other livelihood strategies in India, not much has been written on the institutional aspects, entrepreneurial strategies or the role of IC...
Knowledge sharing methods and tools
A. Hewlitt; L. Lamoureux / Electronic Networking for Rural Asia/Pacific 2010
This guide has been developed to support facilitators in three approaches to the integration of Knowledge Sharing methods and tools into IFAD (International Fund for Agricultural Development) funded projects: The guide cove...
How can organisations ensure their SHRH interventions are effective?
J. Leerlooijer; et al. / World Population Fund 2009
Worldwide, extensive experience, evidence and information is available showing what works and what does not when implementing sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). This tool attempts to document the most importance evidenc...
A guide for humanitarian programme managers is to help to create, manage and develop teams
People in Aid 2006
The impact and effectiveness of relief and development operations depend on the quality of staff and volunteers and the support an agency gives them. This guide for humanitarian programme managers aims to help to create...
Making the best use of logical frameworks when designing and managing projects
Monitoring and Evaluation News 2009
The UK Department for International Development (DFID) works with a wide range of partners from long-term arrangements with partner governments and multilateral organisations to short-term humanitarian aid projects funded through NGOs...
Understanding and adapting to the impact of coastal climate change
R. Volk; J. Furlow; P. Rubinoff; et al. / US Agency for International Development 2009
Changes brought about by climate are already occurring and will intensify in future. This is likely to result in significant alteration of coastal ecosystems, coastal hazards, lifestyle, coastal resource users, water front property ow...
Conducting real time evaluations (RTEs) of humanitarian operational responses
J. Cosgrave; B. Ramalingam; T. Beck / Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action 2009
Real-time evaluations (RTE) is one of the most demanding types of evaluation practice. It requires wide range of skills from evaluators but also a tightly focused professional approach in order to meet the demands of an RTE. This...
A toolkit for developing a participatory design and monitoring framework
Asian Development Bank 2007
Inadequate planning is one of the main reasons that projects fail. Systematic information gathering, conceptual analysis and involvement of stakeholders in this process are imperative for achieving desired results. These guidelines fo...
Supporting the creation and mobilisation of practial knowledge for social change
J.M. Chevalier; D.J. Buckles / International Development Research Centre 2008
Social issues should be addressed socially and in multi-stakeholder mode, not by private interest and experts alone in processes of knowledge production, planning and decision making. This guide is an important step in the creation an...
Items 1 to 10 of 65

Items 1 to 10 of 65

Measuring health and well-being of young people in the Transfer Project
T. Palermo / UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre 2015
This policy brief addresses the knowledge gap that exists about the effectiveness of cash transfer programmes to impact young people’s health, development and well-being. The brief maps out a variety of emotional and physical as...
Catching the virtual bus: ICT for augmenting rural livelihoods
A. Pastakia; S. Oza / Development Support Center 2011
Whereas plenty of literature is available on the technical aspects of watershed development and other livelihood strategies in India, not much has been written on the institutional aspects, entrepreneurial strategies or the role of IC...
Knowledge sharing methods and tools
A. Hewlitt; L. Lamoureux / Electronic Networking for Rural Asia/Pacific 2010
This guide has been developed to support facilitators in three approaches to the integration of Knowledge Sharing methods and tools into IFAD (International Fund for Agricultural Development) funded projects: The guide cove...
How can organisations ensure their SHRH interventions are effective?
J. Leerlooijer; et al. / World Population Fund 2009
Worldwide, extensive experience, evidence and information is available showing what works and what does not when implementing sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). This tool attempts to document the most importance evidenc...
A guide for humanitarian programme managers is to help to create, manage and develop teams
People in Aid 2006
The impact and effectiveness of relief and development operations depend on the quality of staff and volunteers and the support an agency gives them. This guide for humanitarian programme managers aims to help to create...
Making the best use of logical frameworks when designing and managing projects
Monitoring and Evaluation News 2009
The UK Department for International Development (DFID) works with a wide range of partners from long-term arrangements with partner governments and multilateral organisations to short-term humanitarian aid projects funded through NGOs...
Understanding and adapting to the impact of coastal climate change
R. Volk; J. Furlow; P. Rubinoff; et al. / US Agency for International Development 2009
Changes brought about by climate are already occurring and will intensify in future. This is likely to result in significant alteration of coastal ecosystems, coastal hazards, lifestyle, coastal resource users, water front property ow...
Conducting real time evaluations (RTEs) of humanitarian operational responses
J. Cosgrave; B. Ramalingam; T. Beck / Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action 2009
Real-time evaluations (RTE) is one of the most demanding types of evaluation practice. It requires wide range of skills from evaluators but also a tightly focused professional approach in order to meet the demands of an RTE. This...
A toolkit for developing a participatory design and monitoring framework
Asian Development Bank 2007
Inadequate planning is one of the main reasons that projects fail. Systematic information gathering, conceptual analysis and involvement of stakeholders in this process are imperative for achieving desired results. These guidelines fo...
Supporting the creation and mobilisation of practial knowledge for social change
J.M. Chevalier; D.J. Buckles / International Development Research Centre 2008
Social issues should be addressed socially and in multi-stakeholder mode, not by private interest and experts alone in processes of knowledge production, planning and decision making. This guide is an important step in the creation an...
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