April 18, 2017

This is the first post in the “Stories and Stats” blog series, which will share some exciting quantitative trends from the T4D project, and will dig into the stories behind the numbers. This post shares stories from T4D communities in Indonesia that demonstrate the importance of leaving room for local knowledge and creativity in international development projects. Read the full...

March 24, 2017
by Celine Guimas

T4D partner the EDI Group shared a blog post highlighting key take-aways from the T4D Baseline Report. EDI conducted a baseline survey in Tanzania for the T4D project. Read the full post here. 

February 17, 2017

Quantitative or qualitative: which evaluation method is more useful?  This has long been a contentious debate in the field of international development.  Yet while individual methods like randomized control trials, ethnography, structured observations, and interviews are each well-placed to reveal parts of the picture, each can also miss important parts of the whole. ...

January 30, 2017

Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2017, 4:15pm to 5:30pm
Location: Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Suite 200N, 124 Mt Auburn Street, Cambridge

Quantitative or qualitative: which evaluation method is more useful?  This has long been a contentious debate in the field of international development.  Yet while individual methods like randomized control trials, ethnography, structured observations, and interviews are each well-placed to reveal parts of...

November 30, 2016

This blog post is the fifth in the series “T4D: Views from the Field,” written to highlight what members of the T4D team have observed in launching the co-designed intervention in Tanzania and Indonesia. In an earlier post in the series, Lindsey Roots took us inside a Community Scorecard Meeting in one Tanzanian village. In this post, Jessica Creighton depicts a follow-up Meeting, this time in a village in...