MERL International Development

Protected: Third-Party Monitoring: Three Lessons on Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice

by Jana.Stupperich • 25 October 2023

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Protecting Colombia’s tropical forests

by Jana.Stupperich • 21 March 2023
Protecting Colombia’s tropical forests How more land tenure security helps reduce deforestation in the Amazon region Forest conservation is an [...]

Reaping the dividends of research: how evaluating international research and innovation partnerships can support sustainable development

by Jana.Stupperich • 7 February 2023
Reaping the dividends of research: how evaluating international research and innovation partnerships can support sustainable development Be it for the [...]

Using evidence to prevent gender-based violence – An evaluator’s perspective

by Jana.Stupperich • 9 December 2022
Using evidence to prevent gender-based violence - An evaluator’s perspective Evidence and progress go hand in hand. To prevent gender-based [...]

Key insights from evaluating the SAFE programme: What have we learned so far about gender-based violence in Zimbabwe?

by Jana.Stupperich • 28 November 2022
Key insights from evaluating the SAFE programme: What have we learned so far about gender-based violence in Zimbabwe? The 16 [...]

Promoting research uptake: Lessons from SAIRLA

by Jana.Stupperich • 21 November 2022
Promoting research uptake: Lessons from SAIRLA A critical issue for applied research in an international development context is to ensure [...]

Two years of COVID-19: how have programmes adapted, what did we learn?

by Mary.Vancura • 13 September 2022
Two years of COVID-19: how have programmes adapted, what did we learn? Over the past two years, COVID-19 has been [...]

How monitoring, evaluation and learning can contribute to improving programmes’ approach to gender and inclusion

by Jana.Stupperich • 8 August 2022
How monitoring, evaluation and learning can contribute to improving programmes’ approach to gender and inclusion All UK aid-funded programmes have [...]

Evolution of the NATAF – three lessons for delivering technical assistance in uncertain environments

by Jana.Stupperich • 14 June 2022
Evolution of the NATAF – three lessons for delivering technical assistance in uncertain environments Everyone in international development knows one [...]

Eight ways for large donor funds to maximise success through evaluative thinking

by Jana.Stupperich • 3 May 2022
Eight ways for large donor funds to maximise success through evaluative thinking At Tetra Tech, we work every day to [...]