Evidence for Development

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Evidence for Development (EvD) "works from the premise that international development interventions must be measured with the same precision and level of detail as other investments. However, governments, donors and non profit organisations currently lack the practical financial and economic tools needed to design interventions, routinely measure the impact of policies and programmes and assess their return on investments. EvD was founded to resolve these problems and set new standards in the use and analysis of data in the development sector." [1]


Accessed August 2007: [2]





Web: http://www.evidencefordevelopment.com

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  1. Home Page, Evidence for Development, accessed August 14, 2007.
  2. Who We Are, Evidence for Development, accessed August 14, 2007.