By Carlo Carugi
Evaluation and Program Planning Vol. 55, April 2016
The article Experiences with Systematic Triangulation at the Global Environment Facility by Carlo Carugi discusses ways systematic triangulation can be used when facing common challenges in evaluation, such as the scarcity or unreliability of data, or the complexities of comparing and cross-checking evidence from diverse disciplines. The article provides a self-assessment of how effective the GEF Independent Evaluation Office’s systematic triangulation has been in identifying key findings in its country-level evaluations. The article also offers a contribution to evaluation practice, particularly to those evaluation units tasked with country-level evaluations in international organizations, facing similar constraints.
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