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Evaluation, monitoring, and learning

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Monitoring and evaluation is an essential step in learning what works in policies and programmes designed to reduce poverty and disadvantage. It enables governments and other decision makers to understand challenges, improve what they are doing, and learn from the results.

We have extensive experience carrying out independent evaluations across different sectors, delivering credible and useful recommendations to inform policy decisions. We do this by incorporating high-quality designs based on rigorous quantitative and qualitative methods, and involving relevant stakeholders right through the evaluation process.

Effective communication and dissemination of findings are key principles behind our monitoring and evaluation work, which help us to facilitate learning and knowledge sharing, within and between government, funders, and other institutions.

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