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LIDC launches new short course on Evaluation for Development Programmes

Impact evaluation is an increasingly important part of development projects and programmes, required by all major donors and widely used by development actors (NGOs, international organisations etc.). This means a pressing need for both current and future development professionals to develop skills that will allow them to understand, commission and use evaluation studies.

The new LIDC Short Course on Evaluation for Development Programmes has been designed and is taught by leading experts in evaluation from the Institute of Education (IOE), International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), and SOAS, coordinated by London International Development Centre (LIDC), an interdisciplinary research consortium of University of London’s Bloomsbury Colleges.

The course will run for the first time in November 2014. Applications are being accepted online on a rolling basis. Participants (academics, advanced-level students and development practitioners) will gain a qualification from five prestigious academic institutions and develop sought after skills in evaluation for development programmes.

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