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Household consumption Ethiopia graphic

Real Geek FAQ: How can I measure household income? (Part 2)

In the second of a two-part blog on measuring household income, Oxfam GB's Impact Evaluation Advisers explain their approaches to measuring household wealth. ...

Household consumption Ethiopia graphic

Real Geek: FAQ- How can I measure household income? (Part 1)

In the first of a two-part blog unpacking the above question, Oxfam GB's Impact Evaluation Advisers explain their approaches to measuring household consumption. In Part 2 next week: strategies...

Assessing the impact of inclusive governance on resilience in Myanmar with a Participatory Impact Assessment and Learning Approach

Real Geek: Walking the talk with Participatory Impact Assessment Learning Approach (PIALA) in Myanmar

Adinda Van Hemelrijck reflects on how we adapted PIALA for an impact evaluation in Myanmar. ...

Helen Ewoton bathes her grandchild in her compound in the village of Nawoyatir in the Lapur district of Lokitaung in Turkana north, Kenya. (Credit: Kieran Doherty/Oxfam)

Real Geek: Measuring time - comparing questionnaire designs

Simone Lombardini compares duration, estimates and enumerator's bias from two different time-use survey modules from the same impact evaluation survey in Indonesia. ...

an interview with Oxfam's Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Officer in Beirut

Real geek: To cluster or not to cluster? Not to cluster...

Getting standard errors right is important for anyone trying to do quantitative impact evaluation. We want to know that any impacts of the project that we observe are real, rather than just the result...

Oxfam engineers work to install the first water network in Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan, September 2015

Real Geek: Building trust through accountability

Oxfam's Humanitarian Informal Feedback project funded by the Humanitarian Innovation Fund (HIF) has recently come to a close. Here Project Manager Emily Tomkys shares the evaluation report  and...

Merl Tech logo / Kurante

Real Geek: geek out with us @ MERL Tech London

MERL Tech - an event exploring the use of technology for monitoring, evaluation research and learning - is coming to London for the first time in February 20-21st 2017. Hosted at the St Brides Foundation...

Two women talking over a tablet, Myanmar

Real Geek: Thinking outside the baseline

Dustin Barter takes us through Oxfam's baseline management for a Durable Peace Programme in Myanmar and lays out how, this time, our approach was so different to the status quo. ...

Protection Committee Meeting, South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Real geek: Wanted! MEL specialist on fragile and conflict affected contexts

Marta Arranz  reflects over the role of monitoring and evaluation in fragility and conflict programming and talks about a new exciting role in Oxfam GB. ...

Notes taken during our discussion

Real geek: Evaluation for strategic learning and adaptive management in practice

Kimberly Bowman summarises some of the discussion and insight from a session on evaluation for adaptive management at the recent European Evaluation Society conference. ...