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Health Thought Leadership Series

Beyond the status quo: Using Impact Evaluation research to drive innovation and improve outcomes in health

This week’s blog was co-written by the Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) team at the World Bank. Here they share their experience at a workshop in Lagos sharing how Impact Evaluation (IE) can be used to assess how intervention projects are able to  affect development outcomes. IE has become an important tool in evidence based policy-making, […]

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Diaspora Health Policy Nigeria Thought Leadership Series

Evaluating the impact of health programmes in Nigeria to build evidence for policy

Health policy is almost always driven by conventional wisdom. This week’s Thought Leadership piece comes from Emily Elizabeth Crawford, the World Bank’s Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) Nigeria Field Coordinator, who writes about how the use of impact evaluations can help develop better evidence for decision makers in the health sector using examples from evaluations conducted […]