Evaluation questions the value of aid interventions. We need to keep warranting the value of evaluation.Blog
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed and/or exacerbated any pre-existing issues worldwide. For evaluators too, since March 2020, additional questions arise as to how to ensure that evaluations offer useful contributions to their intended users. Driven by the need to continue to support learning and accountability, evaluations have also adopted new ways of working, and turned virtual for a large part. Do we know how this has affected the utility of our work? While we acknowledge the new limitations posed by the pandemic situation, we may also need to address this question.
What has evaluation done until now to promote its