How is impact evaluation contributing to evidence use in low- and middle-income countries?
3ie executive director Marie Gaarder participated in a panel on what facilitates and inhibits the use of impact evaluation products in policymaking decisions organised by the Center for Global Development.
Time: 09:30-11:00 EST
Richard Manning, Senior Research Associate, Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford
Ian Goldman, Advisor on Evaluation and Evidence Systems, CLEAR Anglophone Africa and Professor, University of Cape Town
Gonzalo Hernández Licona, Director, Multidimensional Poverty Peer Network (MPPN)
Marie Gaarder, Executive Director, International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie)
Anne Kabagambe, Executive Director, Africa Group I Constituency, World Bank Group
Timothy Lubanga, Commissioner for Monitoring and Evaluation, Office of the Prime Minister, Uganda
Divya Nair, Director, IDinsight
Amanda Glassman, Executive Vice President and Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development
The Center for Global Development is hosting a discussion on new research on what facilitates and inhibits the use of impact evaluation products in policymaking decisions. The findings, which are based on an analysis of international organizations and country case studies in Mexico, Colombia, South Africa, Uganda, and the Philippines, highlight the need to see impact evaluations within a broader spectrum of tools available to support policymakers, ranging from evidence maps and rapid evaluations to formative/process evaluations and systematic reviews. The paper also sheds light on opportunities to learn from good practice in maximizing the prospects of evidence use.
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