Impact Evaluation. A Discussion Paper for AusAID Practitioners.

Abstract

This paper (which draws upon DFID Working Paper 38. Broadening the range of designs and methods for impact evaluations) aims to support appropriate and effective use of impact evaluations in AusAID by providing AusAID staff with a benchmark for navigating the diverse views about impact evaluation. It provides staff who commission impact evaluations with a definition, principles and minimum standards.

Citation

Anon. Impact Evaluation. A Discussion Paper for AusAID Practitioners. Office of Development Effectiveness (ODE), AusAID, Canberra, Australia (2012) 8 pp.

Impact Evaluation. A Discussion Paper for AusAID Practitioners.

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