In the episode, we explore how comparative advantage maximizes gains between organizations for better results while also providing an illustrative
Leveraging Theories of Change for Progress in Agriculture Research for Development: the CGIAR Approach
In response to learnings from the previous portfolio, this blog showcases how and why CGIAR leverages ToC to support the design and implementation of
We spoke to Gargani to hear his take on where CGIAR and IAES should now focus their attention as they seek to level up its evaluation of research and
Reflections on workshop: Adaptive Co-Design of Research for Development (R4D) Evaluations – the Need for Engagement, Learning and Ongoing Reflection
How should the recently developed Quality of Research for Development (QoR4D) Evaluation Guidelines be applied to the evaluation of research processes
We spoke to Rama Rao to find out more about his experience of the workshop and his aspirations in this arena going forward.
We spoke to Ziraoui to find out more about her experience of the workshop and her aspirations going forward.
Q+A: International evaluation specialists Emma Rotondo and Rodrigo Paz Ybarnebaray on the QoR4D Frame of Reference workshop
We spoke to evaluation consultants Emma Rotondo and Rodrigo Paz Ybarnegaray to find out more about their experiences of the workshop and aspirations
Preguntas y Respuestas: Emma Rotondo y Rodrigo Paz Ybarnegaray, Especialistas de Evaluación Internacional, Acerca del Taller Sobre el Marco de Referencia de la QoR4D
Hablamos con los consultores de evaluación Emma Rotondo y Rodrigo Paz Ybarnegaray para conocer en mayor profundidad sus experiencias en el taller y
In today's increasingly interconnected and complex global economy, understanding the concept of comparative advantage (CA) is crucial as organizations