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Making Impact evaluation Matter
Speaker: Nilakshi Mekhala de Silva, Senior Research Professional, Centre for Poverty Analysis
Video 2: How can impact evaluations inform policymaking?
Speaker: Thomas de Hoop, Research and Evaluation Specialist, American Institutes for Research. American Institutes for Research is a member of 3ie.
Video 3: What are the challenges in the field of impact evaluation?
Speakers: Paul McShane, Monash University, Australia and Dinkar Kayastha, Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, Nepal
Video 4: Evaluating the impact of community-based early warning systems in Nepal
Researchers from the Monash Sustainability Initiative, Monash University, along with the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology, Ministry of Science Technology and Environment, Government of Nepal, are studying the impact of REDD+ activities and early warning systems and floods and landslides in Nepal. In these video clips, Paul McShane, the principal investigator, and Dinkar Kayastha, representative from the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology talk about the two impact evaluations and its relevance for the country.
Video 5: Evaluating the impact of REDD+ activities in Nepal
Speaker: Pamela Jagger, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Video 6: Evaluating early REDD projects in Uganda
Speaker: Aristide Djidjoho, General Director of Evaluation, Ministry of Public Policy Analysis, Benin The Public Policies Evaluation Bureau of the Office of the Prime Minister, Benin is a member of 3ie.
Video 7: What is the value of associating with 3ie to promote evidence-informed policymaking?
Speaker: Merekeleni Talei Vuniyawena Namudu, Poverty Monitoring Unit, Office of the Prime Minister, Fiji The Poverty Monitoring Unit, Office of the Prime Minister, Fiji is a member of 3ie
Video 8: 3ie’s contribution to evidence-informed policymaking in Fiji
Speaker: Linxiu Zhang, Deputy Director, Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy and Director, Rural Education Action Program, China The Rural Education Action Program is an associate member of 3ie.
Video 9: Supporting rigorous impact evaluations in China
Speaker: Ghulam Mustafa, Director, Project Evaluation Cell, ERRA Planning Commission, Pakistan is a member of 3ie
Video 10: What is the value of associating with 3ie?
Speaker: Jon Kurtz, Director, Research and Learning, Mercy Corps Mercy Corps is an associate member of 3ie.
Video 11: Evidence gaps in the field of humanitarian assistance
Speaker: Ghulam Mustafa, Director, Project Evaluation Cell, ERRA
Video 12: Evaluating the impact of humanitarian assistance in Pakistan
Speaker: Juliette Seban, Research and Evaluation Advisor, International Rescue Committee. International Rescue Committee is a member of 3ie.
Video 13: 3ie’s role in undertaking impact evaluations of humanitarian assistance programmes
Speaker: David Odhiambo Otieno, Acting Head, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Department, Kenya Red Cross Society
Video 14: 3ie’s role in evaluating development programmes in Kenya
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