Evaluation Handbook

Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is a key part of realising Save the Children's theory of change and common values and strategies, inherent in the child rights programming (CRP) framework. The principles, rights and obligations set out in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989 (UNCRC) provide a fundamental framework for the work we carry out with children and young people around the world. All of Save the Children's programme and advocacy work should aim to address violations of children's rights and gaps in service provision, as well as supporting children as rights-holders and helping states, as duty-bearers, to meet their obligations. This handbook focuses on the key role evaluations play in gathering evidence to inform this learning cycle. It explains Save the Children's evaluation requirements and sets out good practice to help you improve the evaluation process for your project or programme.

Published 2012-01-19

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O’Neill, Kathryn
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Richardson, Kathleen
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O’Neill, Kathryn
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pdf, 99 p.
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