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ILO policy guidelines for results-based evaluation: Principles, rationale, planning and managing for evaluations

ILO policy guidelines for results-based evaluation: Principles, rationale, planning and managing for evaluations

International Labour Organization

First published 2012


1. Principles and rationale for evaluation in the ILO

1.1 Evaluation in the ILO’s results-based management framework

1.2 Guiding principles of evaluation in the ILO

1.3 Evaluation in a changing development environment

1.4 The evaluation function in the ILO

1.5 Evaluation Advisory Committee (EAC) oversight of evaluation use

2. Operational approach to evaluation in the ILO

2.1 Types of evaluations: governance-level and decentralized evaluations

2.1.1 Strategy and policy evaluations

2.1.2 Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) evaluations

2.1.3 Thematic evaluations

2.1.4 Impact evaluations

2.1.5 Joint evaluations

2.1.6. Project evaluations

2.2 ILO regional and sector evaluation networks

2.3 Evaluation schedules and work plans for regions and sectors

3. Planning and managing the evaluation

3.1 Defining the purpose, scope and clients of an evaluation

3.2 The intervention logic and evaluability

3.3 Stakeholder involvement

3.4 Defining evaluation questions and criteria

3.5 Drafting and circulating the Terms of Reference (TOR)

3.6 The evaluation budget

3.6.1 Regular Budget Supplementary Account (RBSA) for monitoring and evaluation

3.7 Evaluation teams for independent evaluations: roles and skills

4. Conducting the evaluation

4.1 The inception report

4.2 Data collection and analysis: tools and methods

4.2.1 Types of data

4.2.2 Quantitative and qualitative techniques

4.2.3 Data quality

4.3 Drawing conclusions and making recommendations

4.4 Generating lessons learned

4.5 Reporting

4.5.1 Commenting on the draft evaluation report

4.5.2 Process for approving the final evaluation report

4.5.3 Disclosure and dissemination of the evaluation report

5. Evaluation results and knowledge dissemination

5.1 Communicating evaluation results

5.2 Management response to recommendations





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