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PIE participatory inclusion evaluation : a flexible approach to evaluating the impact of CBR and inclusive development programmes

Wickenden, M
et al
February 2016

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This handbook presents a new participatory approach to impact evaluation of Community Based Rehabilitation and inclusive development programmes focussing on the lives and wellbeing of people with disabilities

 

Note: tools and appendices are available from this weblink https://www.ucl.ac.uk/global-health/research/a-z/participatory-development-impact-evaluation

Community based disaster risk management (CBDRM) guidelines

PARIPURNO, Eko
et al
2011

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This set of guidelines is designed to help Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM) practitioners in building community resilience to disaster risk by coping with hazards and working around the issues of capacity and vulnerability. It is focused on building capacity in mobilising community collective resources in managing disaster risk instead of building their dependence on external support and assistance. The first half of the document details the importance of CBDRM, whilst the second explores the various tools at practitioners disposal (e.g. participatory research tools, facilitation methodologies and community organising strategies).

Measuring up : a guide for facilitators|HIV-related advocacy evaluation training for civil society organisations

DAVIES, Nicky
BROTHERTON, Alan
July 2010

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The overall purpose of this training is to increase users’ capacity to evaluate the progress and results of their advocacy work. It aims to help users identify and confront the challenges faced by community-based organisations evaluating HIV-related advocacy; introduce new thinking for designing advocacy evaluations; give users the opportunity to apply some aspects of the evaluation design process to their specific contexts; and make users aware that advocacy evaluation is a fast-growing and evolving field, with a large number of publications on advocacy evaluation design, approaches and methods available via the Internet and summarised in the resources section of the learner’s guide

Guidelines for project and programme evaluation : volume 3

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION
2006

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“The European Commission has developed and formalised a methodology for evaluating its external assistance, in which the priority is on results and impacts … This third volume completes and updates the project evaluation manual previously used by the European Commission. It is intended primarily for the evaluation of large projects and of programmes involving similar projects in several countries. The volume is organised chronologically, with two approaches: that of the evaluation manager and that of the external evaluation team. A participatory evaluation option is also proposed”

Evaluation methods for European Union’s external assistance, Vol. 3

Participatory evaluation with young people

CHECKOWAY, Barry
RICHARDS-SCHUSTER, Katie
2005

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This workbook contains practical tools and learning activities to help young people 'learn for change' through good participatory evaluation practices. It is based on the premise that evaluation is an everyday experience for most young people and that it is crucial that they participate in the decisions that affect their lives. The suggested evaluation questions, methods of gathering information, exercises and other hands-on problem-solving tools are designed for small groups and training workshops. Although based on community development experience in the United States, these methods are easily adaptable to development work in the South

Facilitator's guide for participatory evaluation with young people

CHECKOWAY, Barry
RICHARDS-SCHUSTER, Katie
2005

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This guide is intended for use in conjunction with the workbook 'Participatory evaluation with young people', and provides additional information for trainers and facilitators. Although evaluation is an every-day experience for most young people, they are often unaware of it as evaluation, lack adequate experience or perceive it as a negative process defined and controlled by adults. Through an interactive and participatory approach this document aims to help young people to be active participants in their own learning. Although based on community development experience in the United States, these methods are easily adaptable to development work in the South

Getting better all the time! A self-help guide to evaluation

BRADLEY, Alice
2001

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This comprehensive manual has been written for senior staff and managers who are responsible for leading others through the evaluation process. It will be of interest to people involved in small or large-scale evaluation of services, projects or programmes. It is intended both as a 'read alone' manual and as a group training text

Participatory monitoring and evaluation training manual

FAMILY AIDS CARING TRUST (FACT)
1999

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Manual developed to support FACT training workshops. The manual contains materials specifically designed for these workshops, and draws on materials developed by others. It can be used in two ways: as a training resource, as the basis for training activities on participatory monitoring and evaluation (PME); or as a practical guide for monitoring and evaluation activities in HIV/AIDS organisations. The manual also includes sample two, three and four day PME workshops

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