CGD Working Paper Examines Aid Agency Evaluations In Global Health, Offers Recommendations To Funders

Center for Global Development’s “Global Health Policy Blog”: Taking Stock of Aid Agency Evaluations in Global Health: Here’s What We Know about Evaluation Quality and What Funders Can Do Better
Janeen Madan Keller, policy analyst, and Bill Savedoff, senior fellow, both at CGD, discuss findings from a new CGD working paper on assessing the quality of aid agency evaluations of large-scale public health programs, as well as highlight 10 recommendations “for aid agency staff overseeing and managing evaluations to improve quality” (8/21).

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