Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning

The Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL) is an academic consortium initiative supported by UK aid through DFID. The centre’s objective is to commission and implement impact evaluations, promote the uptake and use of evidence from impact evaluations, and develop and demonstrate new and innovative methodologies for impact evaluation and evidence accumulation.

Our executive director, Emmanuel Jimenez is part of CEDIL’s intellectual leadership team, along with other senior experts from Campbell Collaboration, EPPI-Centre, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and University College of London.

CEDIL at the 3ie London Evidence Week, November 2017

James Hargreaves (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine); Sandy Oliver (EPPI-Centre) and Howard White (Campbell Collaboration) presented on various areas of CEDIL’s work at the 3ie conference on 8 November. 

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Upcoming events

CEDIL inception paper launch event, 25 January 2018, London, UK
CEDIL aims to contribute to the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through the innovative development and testing of evaluation methods. The centre will address gaps in the evidence base, especially in underserved areas; support the allocation of development resources; and contribute to the design of development programmes, based on evidence of what works, where, for whom and at what cost. This interactive event will present the work of CEDIL's partners.

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View gallery from London Evidence Week, November 2017

3ie London Evidence Week 2017
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