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Record number 405451
Title Making evaluations matter: a practical guide for evaluators
Author(s) Kusters, C.S.L.; Vugt, S.M. van; Wigboldus, S.A.; Williams, B.; Woodhill, A.J.
Source Wageningen : Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation - ISBN 9789085859710 - 118
Department(s) Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation

Publication type Book aimed at a professional audience
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) ontwikkeling - evaluatie - programma-evaluatie - multi-stakeholder processen - leren - deelnemers aan een programma - ontwikkelingslanden - ontwikkelingsprogramma's - development - evaluation - program evaluation - multi-stakeholder processes - learning - program participants - developing countries - development programmes
Categories Development Projects
Abstract This guide is primarily for evaluators working in the international development sector. It is also useful for commissioner of evaluations, evaluation managers and M&E officers. The guide explains how to make evaluations more useful. It helps to better understand conceptual issues and appreciate how evaluations can contribute to changing mindsets and empowering stakeholders. On a practical level, the guide presents core guiding principles and pointers on how to design and facilitate evaluations that matter. Furthermore, it shows how to get primary intended users and other key stakeholders to contribute effectively to the evaluation process
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