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Investing in Gender: knowledge sharing between Europe and Asia, 6 March, Luxembourg

The Evaluation office of the European Investment Bank, in partnership with the Independent Evaluation Department of Asian Development Bank are organising an event in context of the International Women’s Day celebrations. The event aims to foster an open discussion about the challenges and opportunities associated with promoting and integrating the gender dimension in the operations of international and development financial institutions.

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Published on: 23 feb 2018


28 February, 3ie-LIDC London Seminar, London, UK

Using internal evaluations to measure organisational impact: a meta-analysis of Oxfam’s women’s empowerment projects

Speaker: Simone Lombardini, Oxfam
Venue: Lower Meeting Room, London International Development Centre, 36 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PD, UK
Time: 12:30 to 14:00 
Date: 28 February 2018

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Published on: 07 feb 2018


First European Causal Inference Meeting, 11-13 April 2018, Florence, Italy

The Department of Statistics, Computer Science, Applications and Action Research for Co-Development of the University of Florence, Italy are organising the First European Causal Inference Meeting (EuroCIM 2018). The meeting will be focused on causal inference in health, economic and social sciences. The conference will also feature short presentations and a poster section that will give researchers and practitioners the opportunity to show their work.

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Published on: 08 jan 2018


impactAFRICA monthly online webinars

impactAFRICA, in partnershipwith the World Bank’s Strategic Impact Evaluation Fund will present online webinars monthly. These webinars will be conducted by global development experts and media strategists on sectors, including education, early childhood nutrition. They will underscore the importance of evidence-based policy-making for programmes that deliver results. While the webinar series was developed for journalists in Africa who cover these issues, they will also be useful for global students, development practitioners, policymakers and others who want to improve their knowledge of development issues and how to measure impact.

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Published on: 14 nov 2016


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