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CLA Framework and Key Concepts

Although collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) are not new to USAID, they often do not happen regularly or
systematically and are not intentionally resourced. The CLA framework above identif...

Baseline and Comparisons MESP Drop In Session Presen...

Baseline and Comparisons MESP Drop In Session Presentation

Conducting Baselines MESP Drop In Session Outline Se...

to build the capacity of USAID/Jordan IPs staff to understand the guiding principles for conducting baselines and to give them the skills to the various key elements to be considered when designing...

Jordan Private Sector Survey: Gaining Insight and Un...

About the Private Sector Survey: USAID Jordan’s Monitoring and Evaluation Sup...

Community of Practice Sessions (Evaluating Youth Pro...

Community of Practice sessions that were held in 23th of September 2018

Youth Evaluation Longitudinal Youth Evaluation

In this session:
YouthPower activity overview
YouthPower M&E methods, practices and approaches
YouthPower longitudinal youth evaluation
Challenges in conducting youth-specific MEL, and how to o...

Final Performance Evaluation of The Youth for The Fu...

The purpose of this performance evaluation carried out by the Monitoring and Evaluation Support Project (MESP) is to assess the process, methodologies, and outcomes of Phase II of the Youth for the...

Positive Youth Development Measurement Tooklit

This toolkit provides implementers of youth programming a variety of references, resources, and tools on how to use a positive youth development (PYD) approach for evaluating youth-focused programm...

Measuring success of youth livelihood interventions

This guide provides basic set of concepts and tools needed to make informed decisions about how to evaluate programs that aim to support youth livelihood interventions (training, public service, en...

Making Learning Count: Effective Monitoring and Eval...

This report objectives are to (1) contribute to the knowledge and learning around “what works” in youth employment and how organizations can contribute to this knowledge base and (2) to provide imp...