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Research, Evaluation and Adaptive Learning (Generating Evidence and an Enthusiasm for Knowledge)

Research, Evaluation and Adaptive Learning (Generating Evidence and an Enthusiasm for Knowledge), or real (geek), is an informal 'space' where Oxfam GB's technical advisors, researchers and programme colleagues can share our current thinking, ideas, questions, learning and experiences with colleagues inside and outside the organisation.

With an in house technical expertise, we undertake impact evaluations, research and grapple with other measurement challenges in support of Oxfam's projects, working with Oxfam's colleagues around the world to support good practice in evidence-generation and use.

We hope to share and explore technical evaluation tools and research questions that we encounter in our every day work. This blog is intended for anyone who sees research, evaluation and measurement as essential tools for learning about and improving development work.