Updates, learning and reflections about CEDIL-funded work and about development evaluation and impact more generally.
Understanding the impact of different targeted approaches for teaching children could reveal how to scale up educational interventions most effectively.Read more
How can structural interventions enable adolescent contraceptive use in low- and middle-income countries?
Helen Burchett discusses recent CEDIL-supported research focused on adolescent contraceptive use in low- and middle-income countries. With her colleagues, she mapped the existing evidence and proposed three steps to designing effective structural adolescent contraceptive interventions.Read more
Identifying whom to help and how to do so effectively is an important challenge for the humanitarian sector. Aysegül Kayaoglu, Ghassan Baliki & Tilman Brück share findings from a recent workshop examining ways to address this challenge so that humanitarian work can be as effective as possible.Read more
In this video blog, Orazio Attanasio of Yale University and Elisa Cavatorta of Kings College London discuss their work on approaches to measurement for evaluation.Read more
When ties that bind increase vulnerability to migration: insights from the south to west Asia migration corridor
Migration policies and practices are intertwined and many actors are involved. Zahid ul Arefin Choudhury discusses the role of family networks and other structures in migration of women from South Asia to the Middle EastRead more
Sudhanshu Handa and Zhiyuan Liu discuss how a machine learning technique can be applied to study the impact of unconditional cash transfers on different programme participants and contribute to the development of a middle range theory on graduation out of poverty.Read more