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Causal attribution investigates the causal links between an intervention and observed changes and is an essential element of impact evaluation.

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Patricia Rogers
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Cette note donne un aperçu des différents éléments de l’évaluation d’impact et propose diverses options pour planifier et gérer ses différentes étapes.

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Patricia Rogers
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L’un des éléments essentiels d’une évaluation d’impact est qu’il ne s’agit pas seulement de mesurer ou de décrire les changements survenus, mais également de comprendre le rôle joué par certaines interventions particulières dans ces changements.

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Patricia Rogers
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Esta síntesis recoge una visión general de los distintos elementos de la evaluación de impacto y opciones para planificar y gestionar sus diversas fases.

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Patricia Rogers
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Uno de los aspectos esenciales de la evaluación de impacto es que no solo mide o describe los cambios que han ocurrido, sino que también procura entender la función de determinadas intervenciones (es decir, programas o políticas) en la generación de estos cambios.

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Patricia Rogers
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A theory of change can be developed for any level of intervention and explains how activities are understood to produce a series of results that contribute the intended impacts.

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Patricia Rogers
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This initial exploratory study examines the governance and finance of Early Childhood Services (ECS) in three countries (Cambodia, Kenya and Lao People's Democratic Republic) using an in-depth qualitative approach. The methodologies and tools provide an innovative strategy built upon the literature of governance and finance to understand how to improve access, quality and equity of ECS.

 

Pia Rebello Britto; Hirokazu Yoshikawa

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Jan Van Ravens; Liliana A. Ponguta; Soojin S. Oh; Roland Dimaya; Richard C. Seder
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This paper tries to respond to the complex challenge of going beyond a research approach into child well-being based on averages and proposes a complementary approach to compare inequalities across economically advanced countries. More specifically, the objective of this paper is to explore and compare the extent of disparity at the bottom-end of the distribution of child well-being, focusing on the gap between the child in the middle of the distribution and those who are disadvantaged, i.e. those at the bottom of the distribution.

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Candace Currie; Dorothy Currie; Leonardo Menchini; Chris Roberts; Dominic Richardson
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Recent years have witnessed widespread acknowledgement in both academic and policy circles that children deserve a special focus in poverty measurement The case for a child focus in poverty and development debates can be made on moral, rights and efficiency based grounds. It is now widely recognized that children have different basic needs from adults and are harder hit, both in the short- and long-term, when their basic needs are not met.

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Keetie Roelen; Geranda Notten
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This study presents an econometric model to estimate changes in the under-five mortality rate in a number of countries in sub-Saharan Africa over the years 1995-2007. The discussion centres on models with different specifications, and on the results obtained after testing several of them. The paper argues that initial models adopted to forecast the potential impact of the food and financial crisis overestimated the increase in mortality. However, the more complex tool presented in this study proves that under-five mortality rates have indeed increased (or declined less than predicted) due to the food and financial crises. The estimates provide signposts for remedies to protect children and their families when new shocks arrive.

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Giovanni Andrea Cornia; Stefano Rosignoli; Luca Tiberti
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