Evaluating Outside the Box: Mixing Methods in Analysing Social Protection Programmes

Organization(s): IDS
Author: Keetie Roelen, Stephen Devereux
Regions: East Africa
Country: Ethiopia
Year: 2014
Language: English
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This paper reflects on the methodological implications of operationalising an expanded framework for evaluating social protection programmes. It specifically discusses the combination and integration of methods as part of the expanded evaluation framework, and does so by using an ongoing evaluation of a cash transfer pilot programme in Tigray, Ethiopia as a case study.


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