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Grab that Croissant! APEP Breakfast on New Survey Method on Feb. 26th at 8:15AMNo surprise here: breakfast is indeed our favorite meal of the day.  So join us for another one of APEP’s trademark...
Tags: APEP News, Education Policy, Philanthropy, Evaluation Theory and Practice
Continuing the (Breakfast) ConversationBig thanks to those of you who braved the rain this Monday to come out to our first advocacy evaluation breakfast of the year!  Pat yourselves on the back...
Tags: APEP News, International Development, Philanthropy
From Money Invested to Lives ChangedAt a recent conference hosted by the Center for Strategic International Studies on the Saving Mothers, Giving Life initiative, Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng of the Uganda...
Tags: International Development, Philanthropy, Movements
Pump Yourself Up: APEP Breakfast Abstract Up on our WebsiteYou may have noticed that the abstract for our upcoming breakfast event on Monday, February 3rd was missing from our website last week....
Tags: APEP News, International Development, Philanthropy
Indicators We agree with Steven Mayer: 12 Years a Slave was tough to watch.  But while others in the theater were simply watching the film, Mayer took pen to paper and drafted a list of “...
Tags: APEP News, Evaluation Theory and Practice, Philanthropy
EncoresWe were thrilled to see a familiar name in the most-recent issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Review: “CHANGE Takes Time” by Serra Sippel of the Center for Health and Gender Equity. Some...
Tags: APEP News, Evaluation Theory and Methods, global health, Philanthropy
Measuring MovementsLast month, APEP’s David Devlin-Foltz presented the Advocacy Progress Planner at the Grantmakers for Effective Organizations’ “Supporting Movements” conference here in Washington,...
Tags: Advocacy Strategies, APEP News, Philanthropy
ScaleIn a conversation about social impact, you really can’t avoid talking about scalability. The Stanford Social Innovation Review’s latest article on the subject—“The Quest for Scale”—makes some...
Tags: Philanthropy, Evaluation Theory and Practice
Cash Only PleasePhilanthropy Today, The New York Times and NPR all featured GiveDirectly last week, talking up the cost-effectiveness of direct cash transfers to individuals in developing countries...
Tags: Philanthropy, Advocacy Strategies
Chats with Philanthropy on EvaluationHoward Greenwald talked to a bunch of foundation folks, including directors of evaluation and CEOs, about their perspectives on, support for, and uses of program...
Tags: Philanthropy, Evaluation Theory and Practice, Climate Change

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