Doing research? Spend more time with program staff…

Suvojit Chattopadhyay

From Duncan’s blog covering the paper ‘Using Participatory Process Evaluation to Understand the Dynamics of Change in a Nutrition Education Programme’, by Andrea Cornwall

While it is always interesting to hear about interesting approaches to data collection and analysis – and a lot of this feeds into thoughts/reactions I had while attending (by complete happenstance) the first day of the Doing Development Differently workshop at the Kennedy school, in this blog, I wanted to quickly highlight something that caught my eye in Duncan’s blog

Its this bit in particular:

“What we did next was not to go to the program sites, but spend some more time in the headquarters. We were interested in the perspectives of a variety of people involved with implementation, from the managers to those involved in everyday activities on the ground. And what we sought to understand was not only what the project had achieved…

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