Evaluations-Published dateMonday, January 2, 2006 - 00:00
Journal articlesOPENNESS CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION PARTICIPATORY DEVELOPMENT SCIENCE KNOWLEDGE SHARING
Negotiating openness across science, ICTs, and participatory development : lessons from the AfricaAdapt Network
This article reflects critically on forms of openness and participation emerging from a collaborative network using information technologies for knowledge sharing on climate change and international development.Published dateSunday, January 2, 2011 - 05:00
Civil Society Participation and the Governance of Educational Systems in the Context of Sector Wide Approaches to Basic Education
The goal was to examine the quality and effectiveness of civil society participation in planning and implementation of education sector-wide reform initiatives in four African countries (Burkina Faso, Kenya, Mali and Tanzania).Published dateSunday, September 2, 2007 - 04:00
Final technical report : an experimental approach to capacity and toolkit development for monitoring and evaluation within climate change adaptation initiatives
The project used an experimental process to test and improve capacity development and to develop a toolkit of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) tools and approaches, making four recommendations to improve the design and implementation of M&EPublished dateMonday, January 2, 2012 - 05:00
Toolkit for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of Climate Change Adaptive Capacities: Handbook and User Guide
Tools are needed that can enable development practitioners, researchers and vulnerable populations to validate and integrate adaptation options.Published date2011
Strengthening Women Survivors of Violence in Post-Conflict Transitions in Indonesia, Timor-Leste, and Myanmar
Data on sexual violence against women and men, both during and after conflicts, shows alarming levels of abuse across the globe.
Results-based financing for equitable access to maternal and child health care in Mali and Burkina Faso (IMCHA)
In Mali and Burkina Faso, maternal and child mortality rates remain high. The governments of both countries are trying to increase access to and use of health care for women and children.