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Methodological Briefs cover the range of options and elements available in conducting sound research and delivering reliable results. They cover impact evaluation, strategies and causal attributions and different data collection and analysis methods.

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Ghana LEAP 1000 Impact Evaluation: Overview of Study Design

This brief documents the impact evaluation design of the Ghana Livelihood Empowerment against Poverty (LEAP) 1000 programme which is being piloted in ten districts in two regions and targets about 6,000 households initially.

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This brief documents the impact evaluation design of the Ghana Livelihood Empowerment against Poverty (LEAP) 1000 programme which is being piloted in ten districts in two regions and targets about 6,000 households initially.

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Richard de Groot
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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.

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Michelle Mills; Clare Barrington
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Comparative case studies are a non-experimental impact evaluation design, which involves the analysis and synthesis of the similarities, differences and patterns across two or more cases that share a common focus, in order to answer causal questions.

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Delwyn Goodrick
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Indicators can be used at all levels of the results framework from inputs to impacts, and should be linked to the programme’s theory of change.

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Howard White; Shagun Sabarwal
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Evaluative criteria specify the values that will be used to judge the merit of an intervention.

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Greet Peersman
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Evaluative reasoning is the process of synthesizing the answers to lower- and mid-level evaluation questions into defensible judgements that directly answer the key evaluation questions.

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E. Jane Davidson
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Interviews are a commonly used data collection method in impact evaluation, and there are many different options to consider when including them.

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Bronwen McDonald; Patricia Rogers
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Modelling in impact evaluation uses mathematical models to infer causality from an intervention to an outcome, and/or between an outcome and its determinants.

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Howard White; Shagun Sabarwal
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An overview of the different elements of impact evaluation and options for planning and managing its various stages.

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Patricia Rogers
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An overview of the issues involved in choosing and using data collection and analysis methods for impact evaluations.

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Greet Peersman
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