Guideline Papers

Guidelines Papers

In line with its strategic objectives, CEDIL has produced guidelines to improve the design, implementation and use of evaluations. These guidelines are currently being piloted. They will be revised based on lessons learned during the design and implementation of CEDIL-financed research projects. Feedback on the guidelines can be sent to cedil@opml.co.uk.

CEDIL guidelines on impact evaluation that are sensitive to disability

These are simple recommendations on the inclusion of data on disability for researchers conducting evidence syntheses and primary studies. Download and read the full guidelines…
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CEDIL stakeholder engagement and evidence use plan

Studies commissioned by the Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL) are expected to be relevant for decision-making within DFID and for the…
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CEDIL Guidelines for good impact evaluation practice

These guidelines are directed to policy practitioners, commissioners and researchers to inform the implementation, assessment, and understanding of impact evaluations. The largely draw on a…
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Conduct and reporting of mixed methods in quantitative impact evaluations

Impact evaluation is intended to address the question of effectiveness, i.e. what difference the programme made to the outcomes of interest. This analysis is usually…
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