Evaluating Development Cooperation

Evaluating Development Cooperation

Concepts and Tools


  1. Ex Ante Evaluations
  2. In Itinere Evaluations
  3. Evaluations At Project Closure
  4. Ex Post Evaluations
  1. Efficiency Evaluation
  2. Evaluation of the Performance of Human Resources
  3. Accountability And Transparency
  4. Effectiveness Evaluation
  5. Impact Evaluation
  6. Sustainability Evaluation
  1. Data Collection Methods
  2. Data Analysis Method
  3. Reporting Methods
  4. Methods For Generating Acceptance For The Evaluation Reports
  • Elements Of An Evaluation Action
  • Executing The Evaluation Action
    • Subdividing The Tasks And Allocating The Resources
    • Collect And Process The Data
    • Analyse The Data To Answer To The Evaluation Questions
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    • Lessons Learned
    • Disseminate Reports
    • Generate Acceptance And Utilization Of The M&E Reports
    • Use The Evaluation: Revising Programme Strategies And Plans, Empowering The Organization And Increase Learning
  • Evaluating the impact of an evaluation (meta-evaluation)
    • Analyzing the impact of the evaluation action on the programmes upon which it was meant to give strategic contribution
    • What are the sine-qua-non conditions for a meaningful evaluation?
  • Evaluation, accountability and professional standards


  • Sectorial Evaluations
- Evaluation Of Advocacy Programmes
- Evaluating Governance
- Evaluation Of Training
- Gender Sensitivity Evaluation - The Extent To Which Men And Women Have Benefited Differently In Terms Of Greater Control Of Their Lives, Resources And Changes In Responsibilities And Gender Relations.
  • Environmental Impact Evaluation - An Assessment Of How The Natural Environment And Resources Have Been Affected (Both Positively And Negatively) As A Result Of The Project Or Programme Intervention.
  • Evaluation Of Communication
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