It outlines 11 steps that take evaluators through designing quantitative and qualitative methods through to collecting field data and developing a narrative of evidence and change.
|Prelims (Contents Notes on the contributors Foreword Acknowledgements)|
|Emphasis on evaluating ‘contribution’|
|Other defining elements of the methodology|
|Planning and management|
|Data collection tools and methods|
|Step 1: Preliminary investigation|
|Step 2: Quantitative methods design: household and community surveys|
|Step 3: Qualitative methods design: semi-structured interviews and group work|
|Step 4: Preparing to work with communities|
|Step 5: Sampling|
|Step 6: Field data collection|
|Step 7: Preliminary analysis of quantitative data|
|Step 8: Preliminary analysis of qualitative data|
|Step 9: Developing a narrative of evidence and change|
|Step 10: Conclusions: Contribution to Change|
|Step 11: Finalization and use of the report|
|Back Matter (Glossary References and further resources Annexes)|
Roger Few is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of East Anglia.
Daniel McAvoy is a Lecturer at the University of East Anglia.
Marcela Tarazona is a Senior Consultant at Oxford Policy Management.
Vivien Margaret Walden
Vivien Walden is the global humanitarian monitoring, evaluation and learning adviser for Oxfam GB. She is currently piloting a methodology for measuring change in the lives of affected communities after a disaster response. Vivien holds a PhD from the University of Manchester in evaluation of behaviour change, with HIV in Zimbabwe as the area of research.
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