Monthly Archives: January 2016

How can we fix monitoring and evaluation frameworks?

How can we fix monitoring and evaluation frameworks? Courtesy of sociocops.com Clearly monitoring and evaluation frameworks have plenty of potential pitfalls. Here are five easy fixes that will help you make sure your M&E framework is actionable and effective.

1. First things first: change the mindset

A fundamental problem with M&E frameworks is that field staff doesn’t know why...
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Socio Economic Effects of Gambling: Evidence from Kampala City, Uganda

Socio Economic Effects of Gambling: Evidence from Kampala City, Uganda Since the year 2000, the gambling industry in Uganda has experienced a rapid increase in activity, with various new modes and facilities being introduced. The proliferation of gambling has seen the industry diversify from the early forms of gambling like casino gambling and national lotteries to...
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Eval Partners Newsletter – June 2016

Editorial: Parliaments Taking the Lead in Hosting Evaluation Events

It is inspiring to hear of another successful parliamentary event held in Kyrgyzstan. This occasion also saw the launch of the Eurasian Regional Parliamentarians’ Forum for Evaluation. We offer congratulations to those who were involved in the initiative. On a related point, we...
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