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Measuring Impact

What if evaluating our progress today catalysed greater progress tomorrow?

Monitoring and evaluation mechanisms demonstrate accountability, enable innovative and responsive programming and improve our understanding of what constitutes effective development. Palladium’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning practice provides leadership for evidence-based collaborative learning, using the results of our work to improve decisions affecting program outcomes. We ensure the findings, recommendations and conclusions of our evaluations are accessible to all stakeholders and contribute to collective learning. Our work encompasses a broad spectrum of development sectors, including health, governance, security, agriculture, global climate change and economic growth.

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Our robust monitoring & evaluation systems are designed to ensure that impact measurement is integrated in all of our work, so that we are able to quantify our delivery of Positive Impact.

Andrew Koleros

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