In addition to conducting our own research, Evidence for Development works with many organisations and individuals to help them build their capacity to analyse and measure people’s livelihoods, food security and capacities to meet other basic needs. These skills can then be used to better design, target, implement, monitor and evaluate development and humanitarian programmes.
This page collates our studies, reports and blogs relating to capacity building. Click here for further details of our capacity building work or here to contact us with any questions about how we might be able to assist you or your organisation.
In September, I was able to attend the AMCOMET, African Ministerial Conference on Meteorology, forum in Addis Ababa. The focus of the forum was Weather, Water, and Climate Services, and the contribution of these ‘hydromet’ services to wider social and economic development is becoming increasingly evident as the reality of climate change hits both urban […]
It’s August 2013 and I’m about as broke as a ‘banker’ in London can be. I had eagerly taken up my first position in the big city: interning at RBS’ risk department. That’s right, I had made it to the big time… And then rent happened… And bills… So with accrued holiday time but no […]
The data revolution in international development continues to draw attention and take shape as the third annual International Conference on Financing for Development approaches in Addis Ababa this July. At Evidence for Development, the pursuit of strong data and baselines for programme design, monitoring and evaluation is central to our work in measuring and supporting […]