The South Asian Journal of Evaluation in Practice is the first of its kind with a focus on practice of evaluations in the South Asian region. It has been promoted as an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal which solicits contributions from academicians as well as practitioners on research and evaluation in South Asia. Since its inception, the journal, has contributed significantly to enhance and update knowledge of theorists, practitioners and users to contribute to better delivery of development results through evaluations. The journal includes:
The current issue of the South Asian Journal of Evaluation in Practice encapsulates various studies on Evaluation and interesting book reviews.
Estimating the Number of Microfinance Clients Who Crossed $1/day on 1990-2006: An example using Survey Data for Grameen Bank and BRAC.
Emilio Hernandez and Mark Schreiner
Result Assessment: Measuring the Impacts of Value Chain Development Programs
Navin Vivek Horo
An Evaluation of Food Assistance Program for Rural Destitute Women in Bangladesh
Newaz Ahmed Chowdhury
Keeping Track of the Social Missiom: Revelations of the Social Performance Indicator Tool at the Vietnamese Microfinance Institution TYM
Engendering Policy through Evaluation
Conducting Assessments: Evaluating Programs, Facilities, Agencies and Organisations by Bob Frost
Real World Evaluation: Working under Budget, Time, Data and Political Constraints by Michael J. Bamberger, Jim Rugh and Linda S. Mabry