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DAC Guidelines and Reference Series
Evaluating Peacebuilding Activities in Settings of Conflict and Fragility
Improving Learning for Results
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  11 jan 2013
Pages: 88 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264106796 , Code OCDE: 432012151P1
Prix:   €33 | $46 | £29 | ¥4200 | MXN590 , Frais de livraison inclus
Disponibilité: Disponible (impression à la demande)
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Autres langues:  Français (Disponible)
Autres versions:  Livre électronique - Format PDF

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Recognising a need for better, tailored approaches to learning and accountability in conflict settings, the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) launched an initiative to develop guidance on evaluating conflict prevention and peacebuilding activities.  The objective of this process has been to help improve evaluation practice and thereby support the broader community of experts and implementing organisations to enhance the quality of conflict prevention and peacebuilding interventions. It also seeks to guide policy makers, field and desk officers, and country partners towards a better understanding of the role and utility of evaluations. The guidance  presented in this book provides background on key policy issues affecting donor engagement in settings of conflict and fragility and introduces some of the challenges to evaluation particular to these settings. It then provides step-by-step guidance on the core steps in planning, carrying out and learning from evaluation, as well as some basic principles on programme design and management.

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Executive summary
-Why guidance on evaluating peacebuilding activities in settings of conflict and fragility?
-Who will benefit from this guidance and how should it be used?
-Scope and structure of the guidance
Chapter 1. Conceptual background and the need for improved approaches in situations of conflict and fragility
-The need to better understand and adapt to conflict and fragility
-Principles and objectives of peacebuilding and statebuilding support
-Aid that does harm
-Improving programme design and strategic planning
Chapter 2. Addressing challenges of evaluation in situations of conflict and fragility
Challenges to evaluations in situations of conflict and fragility
-Overcoming challenges to evaluation
Chapter 3. Preparing an evaluation in situations of conflict and fragility
-Defining the purpose
-Analysing conflict
-Deciding the scope of the evaluation
-Selecting evaluation criteria
-Outlining key evaluation questions
-Incorporating gender equality and women’s empowerment
-Looking at the big picture
-Selecting the best-fit evaluation methodology
-Dealing with timing and logistics
-Co-ordinating with other actors
-Working with local and country stakeholders
-Considering a joint evaluation
-Writing terms of reference
-Setting up evaluation management
-Selecting the evaluation team
-Controlling quality
Chapter 4. Conducting an evaluation in situations of conflict and fragility
-Allow an inception phase
-Identify and assess the theory of change and implementation logic
-Gather data
-Criteria for evaluating interventions
-Draw conclusions and make recommendations
-Management response and follow-up action
-Disseminate findings
-Feed back into programming and engage in learning
Annex A. Conflict analysis and its use in evaluation
Annex B. Understanding and evaluating theories of change
Annex C. Sample terms of reference for a conflict evaluation

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