Scoping Study: Donor Support for Disability-Inclusive Country-Led Evaluation Systems and Processes

This scoping study was framed around 3 sub-research questions

Abstract

The study was framed around 3 sub-research questions:

  1. What are the lessons learned from civil society experience through their work to make national evaluation systems and processes country-led and inclusive for people with disabilities?
  2. What are the lessons from donor and international development agency experience in supporting country-led national evaluation systems and processes to be inclusive for people with disabilities?
  3. What insights (processes, approaches etc.) are identified as good practice in supporting CLE systems to be inclusive and supportive of people with disabilities by donors, CSOs and national stakeholders?

Scoping Study: Donor Support for Disability-Inclusive Country-Led Evaluation Systems and Processes - Executive Summary is available. This paper was commissioned by the UK Department for International Development.

Citation

Marlène Buchy, Elisabeth Resch, Lorraine Wappling, Stephen Jones and Pooja Singh, Scoping Study: Donor Support for Disability-Inclusive Country-Led Evaluation Systems and Processes, Oxford Policy Management, 50p

Scoping Study: Donor Support for Disability-Inclusive Country-Led Evaluation Systems and Processes

Published 1 July 2017