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Evaluations for Sustainable Development Experiences and Learning
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Brahmachari, Aniruddha
xv+237p., col.figs., tabls., 25cm
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Weight :  732 gms
Binding :  Hard Bound
Height :  25 cm
Width :  15 cm
Imprint :  Daya Publishing House
Year :  2015
 

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ISBN: 9789351246114
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Evaluations for Sustainable Development: Experiences and Learning is a collection of writings on Evaluation of Development Programs in both government and non-governmental settings. It is an easy-to-use handbook of scientifically proven, field-tested methods to improve skills on evaluations—in the field of policy, gender, fragile conditions. It also has a number of papers on innovations in evaluation. The product is collation of years of evaluation experience from the world’s talent; it distills the daunting complexity of evaluation, experiences in different settings of development into clear, concise papers. Whether you are development practitioner, evaluation expert, young professional, student, whether you are on the field or the evaluation office, in the classroom or the corner office, this is an essential guide for anyone who ever asked, “How do I get better understanding of evaluations?”

Section I:
EVALUATION POLICY AND ETHICS
1. Policy Support to Evaluations for Good Governance and
Sustainable Development 3
Rashmi Agrawal and B.V.L.N. Rao
2. What Prevents Creating Evaluation Environment? 13
I.C. Awasthi and G.P.Joshi
3. Ethical Challenges for Evaluation in India 21
Alok Srivastava
4. Programme Evaluation and Evaluation Policy of Karnataka 1969 to 2014 29
Brijesh Kumar Dikshit
5. An Evaluation of the System of Evaluation for Developmental
Programmes in India 35
Manoj Kumar Mishra
6. A Policy Paper: Reformation and Rationalization of CHCs in Haryana 43
Ashish Gupta, Vivek Sharma and Pratyush Bishi
7. Evaluation in India: Retrospect and Prospects 51
K.N. Pathak
8. Programme Evaluation in India and the World: Need for a National
Evaluation Policy 61
B.K. Pandey and Abhishek Mukherjee
Section II:
PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES TO EVALUATION
9. Study of Administrative Structure of Hospital Management in
200 Bedded District Hospitals of Haryana 73
Ashish Gupta
10. Recognition of Women Farmers at State Level through Institutional
Strengthening and Advocacy: Learning from Evaluation Study in
Uttar Pradesh 83
Nemthianngai Guite, Samik Ghosh and Aniruddha Brahmachari
Section III:
GENDER AND EVALUATION
11. An Evaluative Analysis of Unemployment in India 97
Farha Anis
12. Review and Learning from an Endline Evaluation Commissioned
by OXFAM India for the Programme “Promoting Violence-Free Lives
for Women from Poor and Marginalized Communities in India” 105
Aniruddha Brahmachari, Samik Ghosh and Julie Thekkudan
13. Evaluating Effectiveness of Elected Women Representatives of PRI in
Monitoring Quality of Health Service Provision through
Accountability Checklists 121
Aparajita Gogoi, Madhu Joshi and Manju Katoch
14. Experience of Evaluating Gender Integration in Livelihoods
Improvement for Economic Security (LIFE) Project, Nilgiris District,
Tamil Nadu 129
D. Yeswanth and Sashi Kumar
Section IV:
EVALUATIONS IN FRAGILE CONDITIONS
(HUMANITARIAN CONDITIONS/HARD TO REACH)
15. Monitoring and Evaluating Humanitarian Aid: Are Aid Information
Management Systems an Adequate Tool? 141
Neha Kumra
16. People: The Real Source of Information and Insight:
Evaluation Methodology and Challenges in Fragile Conditions 147
Khadija Javed Khan
17. Real Time Evaluations: One NGO’s Experience of Learning
and Improvement of Humanitarian Responses 157
Vivien Margaret Walden
18. Research Methods for Understanding and Measuring Impact among
‘Hard-To-Reach’ Undocumented International Migrants in India 163
Nabesh Bohidar and Navneet Kaur
19. Relative Impact of Disaster on Women: An Assessment of 2013
Disaster in Uttarakh

Aniruddha Brahmachari, is a social sector professional with 20 years experience in Programme Management, Monitoring and Evaluation. Mr. Brahmachari, presently leads the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) division of OXFAM India and is a member of the coordination committee of MEL, OXFAM International. He has worked with LANDESA, IDE, UNDP India, and CARE India. He also headed Social Research division in AC Nielsen ORG-MARG Nepal and spearheaded a wide range of research projects for AC Nielsen ORG MARG India. He obtained M. Phil in Planning and Development from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay and Masters in Planning and Development from University of Poona and Master of Business Management.
Dr. Rashmi Agrawal is working as Director in NILERD (formerly IAMR). She is a trained professional in Monitoring and Evaluation from IPDET, Carleton University in Canada and a member of IDEAS Board and a founder member of Community of Evaluator South Asia. She is involved in conducting evaluations at various levels.
Samik Ghosh, has 10 years of experience working in social development sector and presently associated with OXFAM India for coordinating Monitoring Evaluation Learning work for its country programme and is engaged as team member of OXFAM International responsible data programme policy. He is qualified and awarded with a degree Master of Arts in Social Work (specialization in Community Health Management and Psychiatric Social Work) from Banaras Hindu University in India. He has worked on issues of Maternal and Child Health Nutrition, Participatory planning, Social Research, Monitoring and Evaluation, Learning for development processes in India and other countries in South Asia. He has previously worked with Government of India supported National Rural Health Mission programme, Academy for Educational Development Inc. for USAID/A2Z India Project and FXB India Suraksha.
Nabesh Bohidar, works with CARE India in Delhi. He has over 17 years of experience in Research and Management. He has authored a number of publications; on women’s empowerment, rights of vulnerable populations, Cross-border Migration, Governance, Sports and on HIV and AIDS. He obtained M.Phil from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India.

   

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