Evaluation & Learning
What works, what doesn’t & why. Through the different types & methods of evaluation & learning, practitioners can improve their projects’ design & implementation & effectively demonstrate their impact. Evaluation & learning are beneficial tools at all stages of a project, from initial development to final assessment. This Thematic Action Area is a collection of resources, discussions & more that provide knowledge & coordination opportunities around evaluation & learning in conflict-affected contexts.
Frequently Asked Questions
Evaluation is a systematic & intentional process of gathering & analyzing data (quantitative and qualitative) to inform learning, decision-making & action (FSG Blog).
Peacebuilding evaluation is the use of data collection to investigate the quality & value of interventions that seek to stop violence from recurring or promote positive change in a conflict context (New Routes).
For more information on conducting an evaluation, please see our Online Field Guide.
To start conversations about & provide insight on topics related to evaluation & learning, please explore & contribute to our Discussions.
For a collection of resources on evaluation & earning, please visit our Resource Library.
For a list of organizations & groups working on evaluation & learning in conflict settings, please see our Collaboration Map.
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Are you a practitioner in a conflict-affected setting looking to measure the impact of your peacebuilding work? Do you want to incorporate the lived experiences and perspectives of communities into your monitoring and evaluation processes?...