Updates, learning and reflections about CEDIL-funded work and about development evaluation and impact more generally.
The Uganda Country Evaluation Map: a country-led approach to building policy relevant evidence bases
3 December 2021 Evidence and gap maps (EGMs) have grown in popularity as an important component of evidence architecture for evidence-informed policy and practice inRead more
Ceren Baysan | 21 September 2021 One of the primary ways that immigrants integrate with a new country is through work. Businesses, and the industrialRead more
Marcella Vigneri | 5 July 2021 Complexity is an unavoidable trait of society and human behaviour. It has been researched and modelled across disciplines inRead more
Generating and using evidence during a global crisis: what can we learn from the humanitarian sector?
Marcella Vigneri | 12 March 2021 In September 2020, CEDIL opened its new webinar series with a thought-provoking talk between Ruth Hill – Chief EconomistRead more
Zeba Siddiqui and Francis Rathinam | 24 December 2020 With a significant number of active cases globally, the novel coronavirus represents an extreme public healthRead more
Howard White | 15 October 2020 HIV and Covid-19 are different. You need more intimate contact to catch HIV, but it was far more deadlyRead more