3ie is offering a limited number of bursaries to Asian nationals to attend the International Workshop on Impact Evaluation of Population, Health and Nutrition Programs from 1 to 12 October 2018 at the Institute for Population and Social Research (IPSR), Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand. This workshop organised by IPSR, MEASURE Evaluation and Global Evaluation & Monitoring Network for Health (GEMNet-Health) will provide intensive training in the concepts of program evaluation and in the designs and techniques for evaluating program impact. It includes lectures, practical sessions, case studies, and group work. Applications should be submitted by August 10, 2018.
If you are not from a 3ie member organisation and want to know how to apply for this particular bursary opportunity, click here. To download the 3ie member-only application form, click here.
3ie is offering two bursaries to attend the Global Evidence and Implementation Summit 2018 (GEIS 2018), 22-24 October in Melbourne, Australia. Expected to reach 700 delegates from 30 countries, GEIS 2018 includes expert panels on generation and use of evidence for effective policy and programming, feature latest evidence synthesis, implementation science research and practice strategies for improving the lives of individuals, families and communities worldwide.
In order to qualify for bursary support, you must have submitted an abstract to the 2018 GEIS secretariat and have your abstract accepted. Bursary applications will open for two weeks at the time of author notifications (15 June). A bursary programme application form can be downloaded from the conference website. The deadline for bursary applications is 1 July 2018.
3ie regularly advertises opportunities for bursaries through open calls. These are open to all L&MIC stakeholders that meet the eligibility criteria. 3ie's members are also eligible for bursary support, but the application process is different. If your organisation is a 3ie member and you wish to apply for bursaries, please contact Swarnakshi Luhach (firstname.lastname@example.org) for details on the application process.
The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) is commissioning an evaluation of one of its energy investments. The purpose of this evaluation exercise is to assess the investment’s relevance, effectiveness and impact on energy decarbonisation and energy transitions, with key lessons and recommendations to improve current investments, and investment strategies moving forward. Necessary competencies and experience will include: experience leading evaluations related to climate change interventions; experience in evaluating communications, advocacy or strategic engagement; and experience using mixed methods and theory-based approaches. CIFF is inviting applications from individuals, firms and consortia with the necessary experience. Applicants selected from Phase 1 (Expressions of Interest) will be asked to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement, after which they will receive more information about the energy investment to inform their development of full proposals (Phase 2). Interested parties are invited to express their interest by emailing email@example.com
- Name of individual or Firm. In the case of a consortium, name of leading individual or firm;
- Country of incorporation and (if different) country whose data protection laws apply to the individual or firm;
- Website address, if applicable; and
- Individual’s or firm’s experience with managing and protecting data in a highly secure manner (700 words or less). Data related to the evaluation are sensitive.
Please do not send technical or financial proposals at this time.
The Green Climate Fund is seeking applications from firms and organisations to support and manage the Independent Evaluation Unit’s Learning Oriented Real-time Impact Assessment program. This program supports real-time measurement and learning within the GCF through theory-based impact evaluations that use experimental/quasi-
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation is partnering with the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to sponsor seven students from sub-Saharan Africa to participate in the recently launched master’s degree program in Data, Economics and Development Policy. The sponsorship includes full coverage of tuition, housing, healthcare and a small stipend for three years. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
3ie has been awarded a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates for a program to improve implementation of anaemia control programs for women and children in Kenya, Uganda and Zambia. The purpose of this program is to strengthen the use of implementation science and create a galvanized coalition of policymakers, program actors, and researchers in each country. 3ie is collaborating with the Society for Implementation Science in Nutrition (SISN) on this three-year project.