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Evaluation of the Department for International Development's Ten Year Renewable Natural Resources Research Programme



LTS, in collaboration with the Oxford Policy Management Institute and the Norwegian Agricultural University, was selected to conduct an evaluation of DFID's ten year Renewable Natural Resources Research Programme. This evaluation constituted an important opportunity to reassess and redirect DFID's RNRR programme and strategy within the context of DFID's agenda and priorities as stated in DFID's Research Funding Framework for 2005 to 2007 (final draft/May 2004). Our methodology was process based and designed to identify the impact of the Renewable Natural Resources Strategy on all its stakeholders, across the different disciplines and at practice and policy levels. We identified key components of the research programmes that impact on poverty. Participatory methodologies were used to ensure attribution of impacts to different stakeholders and draw together the lessons learnt from all components and relate them to the different stakeholders' interests. Image credit: ONE DROP

Clients:
Department for International Development

Services:
M&E

Geography:
Bangladesh, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Ghana, Honduras, India, Kenya, Mexico, Nepal, Indonesia, Tanzania, Uganda

Date:
2004 - 2005

Keywords:
DFID, M&E, monitoring, evaluation, governance