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New Directions for Evaluations: Visibility, Voice and Value
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Brahmachari, Aniruddha and Samik Ghosh
xvi+142p., figs., color phto., tbls., 25cm
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Binding :  Hard Bound
Height :  25 cm
Width :  15 cm
Imprint :  Daya Publishing House
Year :  2018
 

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ISBN: 9789351249221
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New Directions for Evaluations: Visibility, Voice and Value is collection of writings of Evaluation of development programmes in both governmental and non-governmental settings. It has 13 papers on innovations, ethics and inclusion. The book is a collation of evaluation experience from across the world including fragile contexts. These writings distil the complexity of evaluation in different settings of development into clear, easy to understand learning papers. It gives the readers, development practitioners’ insights to navigate and understand evaluation for a more evidence based programming focused on inclusion.

Acknowledgement v
Messages vii
THEME 1: ENGAGING COMMUNITY AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS
IN DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION: FIELD BUILDING,
INNOVATION IN PROCESS AND UTILITY ORIENTATION
1. Evaluations in Emergency, Recovery and Resilience Context:
Lessons from Myanmar, The Philippines and South Sudan 3
Harvey John D. Garcia, Jacquelyn Pinat, Masahiro Igarashi, Luisa Belli
and Marta Bruno
2. Engaging Citizens for Evaluation of Public Services: Critical
for an Effective Service Delivery System in India 15
Alok Srivastava
3. Engaging Community and Other Stakeholders in Development
and Evaluation: A Case Study of Aga Khan Foundation’s
Citizen’s Voice in Devolved Governance in Kenya 25
Awuor Ponge
4. A Review of Existing Care for Senior Citizens and Future
Strategies for Preventive and Promotive Care 35
Sakshi Sharma, Nazish Parveen Siddiqui and Shalini Singh
5. Mid-term Evaluation of Empowerment Programme on
Women’s Entitlements and Rights (EmPOWER) Project 43
Itishree Sahoo
THEME 2: INCLUSION – SOCIAL, ECONOMIC,
CULTURAL AND BEHAVIOURAL
6. Assessment of ICF Framework: To Evaluate Social
Inclusion in Disability and Disease 53
Abhishek Dadhich
7. Economic Inequality in utilization of Maternal and Child
Health Care in EAG states in India – Findings from NFHS-4 63
Atanu Ghosh, Kajori Banerjee and Samik Ghosh
8. A Review of HIV Programmes in India and their Impact:
Key Learnings that can Guide Future Programmes in other
Infectious Epidemics 75
Laxmi Verma
THEME 3: INNOVATIONS: NEW KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE
9. Changing and Evaluating Behaviours through Story Narration
and Reaction 87
Rashmi Agrawal and Banda V.L.N. Rao
10. Evaluating a Community-Led Health Education Video
Intervention to Improve Maternal and Newborn
Health Outcomes 101
Sudip Mahapatra, Michelle Desmond, Richard Anderson, Anil Mishra
and Kiersten Israel-Ballard
11. Sense of Ownership as Capacity Building: Experience of
Using SALT among Domestic Workers for Systematic
Self-Assessment 115
Rajib Nandi, Rituu B. Nanda and Shiny Saha
12. Evaluation and Learning by Peers and Fellow Travellers –
Access to Natural Resources and Energy for Forest
Dependent Communities 127
Avinash Singh

THEME 4: ETHICS AND EVALUATIONS
13. The Politics and Ethics of Writing up Evaluation Results:
Personal Reflections 137
Cynthia M. Caron

Aniruddha Brahmachari is a social sector professional with more than 20 years of experience in Programme management & Monitoring and Evaluation. Mr Brahmachari presently works as the Global Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Officer with the Oxfam International Secretariat. He has earlier worked as Regional Programme Quality Lead for Horn, East & Central Africa region for Oxfam. Previously he worked with LANDESA, UNDP India, Care INDIA. He has also headed the Social Research division in AC Nielsen Nepal and spearheaded a wide range of research projects for AC Nielsen India. He obtained MPhil in Planning & Development from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay and Masters in Planning & Development from University of Poona. He also holds Masters in Business Management from Manipal University. He has authored many papers and co-edited a book “Evaluations for Sustainable Development Experiences and Learning”.
Samik Ghosh is a practitioner in social work, public health development programmes and social impact research with 13 years of contribution in India and other South Asian countries. He is presently associated with the AzimPremji Philanthropic Initiatives - Impact portfolio in India. Formerly he has worked with International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI-CGIAR), OXFAM India among others. His professional endeavor has significant contribution towards international development processes and implementation including interdisciplinary approach in public health care and nutrition, food innovation and social development for unreached population. He is awarded with the degree Master of Arts in Social Work (major in Community Health and Psychiatric Social Work) from Banaras Hindu University, India. He has published journal articles, monographs, edited volumes of book and book chapters on his credit. In 2015, he has co-authored the book “Evaluations for Sustainable Development: Experiences and Learning”. He enjoys indigenous arts and photography while travelling.

   

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