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Data Collection & Analysis video
Impact evaluations need to go beyond assessing the size of the effects (i.e., the average impact) to identify for whom and in what ways a programme or policy has been...
Strategies for Causal Attribution
One of the essential elements of an impact evaluation is that it not only measures or describes changes that have occurred but also seeks to understand the role of particular...
Building Blocks of Impact Evaluation
Impact evaluation provides information about the impacts produced by an intervention. It can be undertaken of a programme or a policy, or upstream work – such as capacity...
Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs)
A randomized controlled trial (RCT) is an experimental form of impact evaluation in which the population receiving the programme or policy intervention is chosen at random...
A generation cast aside
The Great Recession hit adolescents and young people extremely hard. The rate of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) has increased dramatically...
A great leap backwards
The Great Recession has marked a great leap backwards for children and their families. Many will suffer the consequences for life. Read the UNICEF Innocenti Report Card...
Mirko's story - a young boy not in education, employment or training (NEET) in Italy
Mirko lives in Vallette, a low income neighbourhood of Turin, one of Italy’s most industrialized cities. His family is struggling to get by. Mirko left high school...
Luisa's story - 11 year old girl living in poverty
Luisa (identity protected) shares a three-roomed apartment with her mother, step-father and 9 other family members. Her step-father lost his job in construction in 2007...
The Debate: Youth, Conflict and Peace Building with Martin Bell
Martin Bell, UNICEF UK Ambassador and former BBC war correspondent, presents the latest UNICEF Debate and asks the tough questions: What drives youth involvement in conflict...
LEAP of faith: Positive impacts of cash transfer in Ghana
The Livelihood Empowerment against Poverty (LEAP) Program is a social cash transfer program which provides cash and health insurance to extremely poor households across...
Danny Sriskandarajah connects civil society, governance and social change in Africa
Danny Sriskandarajah , Director-General of CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation, joins Breaking Views with UNICEF to talk about the role of civil society...
Talk on child rights and poverty in africa with Benyam Dawit Mezmur
Breaking Views with UNICEF straight talks about child rights and poverty in Africa with Dr. Benyam Dawit Mezmur, Mellon-Research Fellow based at the Community Law Centre,...
The African wars from within: Professor Mahmood Mamdani debates children and conflict
Breaking Views with UNICEF invites writer and political commentator Professor Mahmood Mamdani to discuss violence, civil war and their impact on African children and...
Titilola Banjoko paints the picture for Africa's future
Leading thinker Dr Titiola Banjoko talks to Breaking Views with UNICEF about demographic dividend in Africa, youth restlessness, health, mobility, and poverty in Africa...
Debating African's development and future with Richard Dowden
Richard Dowden, British journalist and Executive Director of the Royal African Society, joins Breaking Views with UNICEF to discuss the historical progress in Africa,...
Debating a healthier Africa with Aaron Motsoaledi
South African Minister of Health Aaron Motsoaledi talks to Breaking Views with UNICEF about health equity and financing in Africa, the post-2015 agenda, universal coverage...
Demographic dividend and breaking the cycle of poverty for children: Face to face with Jay Naidoo
Jay Naidoo, Chair of the Partnership Council of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, joins Breaking Views with UNICEF to discuss the urgency of breaking the cycle...
The best and the worst of times for Africa, by Professor Ian Goldin
Oxford Professor Ian Goldin speaks to Breaking Views with UNICEF to talk about inequality in Africa, globalization, xenophobia and how raising awareness, ethics and political...
Joel Kibazo talks on the role of the media in Africa's future and more
Breaking Views with UNICEF interviews Joel Kibazo, Director of Communication and External Relations at African Development Bank, talks about media, journalism, Africa's...
Aigboje Aig Imoukhuede explains how the private sector can help African children
Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede, CEO of the Access Bank Group, talks to Breaking Views with UNICEF about Nigerian children, Africa's perspectives, leadership, investments, women's...
Change, politics and music in Africa with Femi Kuti
Legendary Nigerian musician Femi Kuti joins Breaking Views with UNICEF to talk about change in Africa, climate change, inequality, corruption, music, revolution and the...
Philantropist Toyin Saraki debates infant and maternal health
Nigerian philanthropist Toyin Saraki receives Breaking Views with UNICEF in her house, in Lagos, and advocates for infant and maternal health in Nigeria and Africa....
Thandika Mkandawire talks economics in Africa
Professor Thandika Mkandawire, former Director of the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development and the first person to take on the new position of Chair...
Nollywood star Genevieve Nnaji advocates for girls rights
Nigerian actress Genevieve Nnaji is interviewed by Breaking Views with UNICEF and speaks up against early child marriage and shares her dream of a brighter and fairer Nigeria....
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