Innocenti Research Briefs Utilizing Qualitative Methods in the Ghana LEAP 1000 Impact Evaluation AUTHOR(S) Michelle Mills; Clare Barrington Published: 2016 Innocenti Research Briefs Sharing of good, practical research practices and lessons learned from development and humanitarian contexts is in high demand not only within UNICEF, but also in the broader international development and humanitarian community, ‘Impact Evaluation in the Field’ complements other methodological briefs by discussing how textbook approaches are applied in often challenging, under-resourced development contexts as well as the innovative solutions that are needed to ensure that practical demands do not compromise methodological rigour. The series will grow over time, allowing UNICEF staff and partners to share new experiences and approaches as they emerge from applied research. The overarching aim is to contribute to strengthening capacity in research and evaluation, improving UNICEF and partners’ ability to provide evidence-based, strategic, long-term solutions for children. This methodological brief focuses on the qualitative component of the evaluation of the Ghana Livelihood Empowerment against Poverty (LEAP) 1000. Quantitative measures will indicate if LEAP 1000 reduces child poverty, stunting and other measures of well-being, while qualitative research explores in more depth the reasons why and how this may or may not be happening. + - Cite this publication | No. of pages: 4 | Thematic area: Knowledge management | Tags: cash transfers, programme evaluation, research methods × COPY BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION Michelle Mills; Clare Barrington 2016 Utilizing Qualitative Methods in the Ghana LEAP 1000 Impact Evaluation . , pp. 4.