Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

Outcome Mapping: a liberating tool for program design

Outcome Mapping: a liberating tool for program design

[Editor’s note: This post is the third of a series of posts focused on the nitty-gritty of designing and implementing M&E systems by sharing on the ground learning and experience. This series is produced by Dena Lomofsky of Southern Hemisphere. The article…

Our need to talk about power & knowledge in evaluation & policy cultures

Our need to talk about power & knowledge in evaluation & policy cultures

[Editor’s note: This post was written by Paul R. Kelly, PhD Researcher in Impact, Evaluation & Service Design, Lancaster University, UK. Email: paulrichardkelly@gmail.com.] Introduction Welcome attention is now being paid to how evaluations can better engage with and contribute to policy processes, beyond dissemination…

What influences our thinking about MEL on policy influence?

What influences our thinking about MEL on policy influence?

[Editor’s note: This post was written by Kristie Evenson, a research practitioner on development of policy research organizational capacities, based in Croatia and working in the Europe and Eurasia region. It emerges from reflection from P&I´s current course on Monitoring, evaluating and learning…

The L in the M&E&L process

The L in the M&E&L process

[Editor’s note: This post was written by Vesna Garvanlieva Andonova, Project Mana    ger, Senior Economist at the Center for Economic Analyses – CEA, Macedonia. It  is part of a series of reflections from participants and facilitators of the Online training…