A Practical Guide for Evaluations
Raja Rafi Ullah
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Raja Rafi Ullah: Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
No 2022:88, PIDE Knowledge Brief from Pakistan Institute of Development Economics
Periodic evaluations of programs are central to helping managers and policymakers make evidence-based policy decisions. This is true irrespective of the sector that these managers might be operating within. Development programs are specifically designed to achieve any set number of public policy outcomes i.e. increasing incomes, increasing health wellbeing, increasing women’s participation in the workforce, etc. It is of critical importance to evaluate these development programs particularly since they are mostly funded through public money.
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