Transforming Development through Impact Evaluation
Improving lives through evaluating development impacts
Increase effectiveness of development by supporting production and use of the most credible evidence from impact evaluation of projects and programs for better policy and program design and implementation to achieve Sustainable Inclusive Green Growth in developing countries
GIDE’s mission as set out in our Bylaws is to improve inclusive green growth success as follows:
Produce new evidence on what works, when, why and at what cost to improve lives of vulnerable populations
Summarize and disseminate this evidence
Undertake performance evaluation of projects, programs and policies
Perform environmental impact assessment and environmental audits of development actions
Promote better policies through evidence-based decision
Increase capacity to undertake impact evaluation
Engage with governments, CSOs and other country level institutions
The heart of our mission is to improve lives in developing countries and some developed countries by supporting the following impact evaluation systems:
Systematic Reviews: the production, use and dissemination of evidence on what works, when, why and what it costs.
Performance evaluation of projects, programs and policies
Environmental and Social Impact Assessment/Environmental and Social Safeguards
GIDE enhances national capacity of policy makers, practitioners, researchers and CSOs to assume ownership of impact evaluation
GIDE responds to increasing demands of policy makers for better evidence, and improve development effectiveness in social and economic development; agriculture; and environment and natural resources.
GIDE works closely and seeks collaboration with stakeholders, bilateral and international agencies, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), policy research and knowledge-based institutions such as 3ie, Campbell Collaboration, Cochrane Collaboration and Evidence for Policy Design (EPoD), Harvard University that promote related work to achieve our mission, and give a high priority to what works.
Beyond Scientific Publication: GIDE believes that the dissemination of key findings upon project completion is a crucial step.