Monitoring and Evaluation During Covid-19
CAIDP member and senior evaluator Elizabeth Dyke convened a conversation about the constraints and options before us as we come to grips with the COVID – 19. She and colleague Brian McKay share their experiences and ideas and solicit the same from participants.
In the 60-minute session, members discussed COVID – 19 induced changes already made to evaluation methodologies and about ideas in the works. The powerpoint from this session is attached.
In addition Elizabeth Dyke shared these resources with members prior to the CAIDP webinar on the topic
Discussion on the Challenges and Strategies for Monitoring and Evaluation in the Time of COVID-19 (USAID and IDEAL) (You Tube) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZ_iMtEt21M
How do we adapt our evaluation approach to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic? https://www.evalforward.org/discussions/evaluation-covid19
Michael Quinn-Patton : Evaluation Implications of the Coronavirus Global Health Pandemic Emergency https://bluemarbleeval.org/latest/evaluation-implications-coronavirus-global-health-pandemic-emergency
IAPS:Guidelines for Adapting Third-Party Monitoring in the Context of the COVID-19 Outbreak (See attached PDF)
Ethical Issues to Consider in Developing, Evaluating, and Conducting Research Post-Disaster https://www.nimh.nih.gov/funding/grant-writing-and-application-process/ethical-issues-to-consider-in-developing-evaluating-and-conducting-research-post-disaster.shtml