Presentations: Delhi Evidence week 2015

3ie Delhi Evidence Week, 7-8 October 2015 in New Delhi, India

7 October: Keynote lecture:‘Learning for BRICS-or why countries like India can love impact evaluations

Learning for BRICS or why countries like India can love impact evaluations (2.3 MB)
Emmanuel Jimenez, executive director, 3ie

Doing and using impact evaluations: what does it take? 

Impact assessment of credit programme for the tenant farmers in Bangladesh (559.9 KB)
Md. Hasib Reza, research associate, BRAC, Bangladesh

Measuring impact of a gender sensitization program (2.5 MB)
Tarun Jain, assistant professor, Indian School of Business, Hyderabad

School Based intervention on Gender Based Discrimination (972.2 KB)
Leena Sushant, director, research, Breakthrough

A Study of Kerala’s Healthcare Quality Standards to Reduce Infant and Maternal Mortality (541.1 KB)
Shannon Maloney, evaluation specialist, Institute for Financial Management and Research

Measures to Reduce MMR in Kerala (2.2 MB)
Sandeep K, senior consultant, Monitoring and Evaluation, National Health Mission, Kerala

8 October: DATA: Big, open and rapid. The objective of the session will be to discuss the opportunities and limitations that technology, and open and large data present in generating high quality evidence and specifically impact evaluations

MGNREGA Wage Payments delays (779.5 KB)
Charity Troyer-Moore, India director, Evidence for Policy Design, Kennedy School and IFMR LEAD

Open Data for Livelihood Development (2.9 MB)
Rikin Gandhi, chief executive officer, Digital Green

ETHICS : Should I, shouldn’t I? What are the b ig questions exercising minds with regard to ethics and impact evaluations?

Ethics & Impact Evaluations (805.4 KB)
Nandini K Kumar , former deputy director general senior grade , Indian Council of Medical R esearch and Dr. TMA Pai Endowment C hair and a djunct professor Kasturba Medical College, Manipal 

Ethics of evidence (12.4 KB)
Dean Spears, executive director, r.i.c.e.

GENDER: New lenses for better evidence: experience sharing on how gender sensitivity, and using a gender lens, can be designed and implemented in impact evaluations

Applying a Gender Lens to Impact Evaluations (726.1 KB)
Diva Dhar, doctoral candidate, Indian Statistical

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