Investing in MEL is a study of how monitoring, evaluation and learning is used in international development that I worked on with ITAD and the New Economics Foundation has been published.  The study was commissioned and funded by Comic Relief, DFID, Big Lottery Fund in the UK and is also available from Bond.


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Something to keep in mind during the tendering process | Robin Brady · June 17, 2015 at 2:34 pm

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[…] steps to integrating social value into any business or organisation, I am also reminded that in research that I participated in a few years ago, three aspects were identified as being important to resourcing and maintaining measurement […]

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