Monthly Archives: August 2019

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New blog: How “Practical” or “Useful” are Rapid Evaluation, Really? – By Khotso Tsotsotso

There is no doubt that evaluations can play an integral role in decision-making. On the one hand, when the information is accurate, detailed, and insightful; evaluations can help make effective programme decisions, like whether to continue, scale up, discontinue or even, whether to intervene at all.  On the other hand, it is well understood that [...]

By | August 19th, 2019|Announcements, Blog|Comments Off on New blog: How “Practical” or “Useful” are Rapid Evaluation, Really? – By Khotso Tsotsotso

Latest blog: “Evidence informed decision making amidst competing priorities in the public sector”- by Kachero Benjamin

  Background Basic economic theory notes that scarce resources should be optimally utilized which in turn point to a need for evidence-informed decision-making. The availability of evidence should guide decision-makers on adopting government policies that will best meet development imperatives.  Globally there is a clarion call for using existing and new evidence to inform decision-making. [...]

By | August 12th, 2019|Announcements, Blog|Comments Off on Latest blog: “Evidence informed decision making amidst competing priorities in the public sector”- by Kachero Benjamin