Each time a lesson is learned in international development, we are closer to our goal of using valuable resources in the right way.
COVID-19 has brought unprecedented economic and development challenges but it also offers opportunities for financing solutions to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
Evaluation evidence shows that communication is crucial to combatting vaccine hesitancy and misinformation.
Studying and evaluating the results of projects and programs is crucial for policy planning and decision-making.
Carefully evaluating development projects, and learning from success and challenges of past efforts, is more important than ever as governments fight COVID-19.
The COVID-19 crisis has taught us that robust and credible monitoring and evaluation systems are vital to ensure development projects and programs improve the lives of people most in need.
Governments and organizations, including multilateral development banks, are funding tens of billions of dollars in development projects and programs to help countries respond to COVID-19. The evaluation and monitoring process should not be bypassed.
For quality evaluations of international development projects and programs to lead to better results, they need to be influential.
Underserved businesses run by women in Armenia need help to create a reliable client base and convince skeptical banks that their enterprises are a good investment.
There is clear potential for replication and scaling up this model across developing Asia.