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Algoso, D., (2014). Monitoring-and-Evaluation Versus Feedback Loops. [Online] 08/10/14. Available from: http://algoso.org/2014/10/08/monitoring-and-evaluation-versus-feedback-loops/. [Accessed: 26 November 2014].

 

ALNAP, (2014). 29th ALNAP Annual Meeting: Engagement of Crisis-Affected People in Humanitarian Action. [Online] February 2014. Available from: http://www.alnap.org/resource/10439. [Accessed: 23 September 2014].

 

Anderson, M.B., et. al., (2012). Time to Listen: Hearing People on the Receiving End of International Aid. December 2012. Available at: http://www.alnap.org/resource/8530. Cambridge, MA: CDA Collaborative Learning Projects. [Accessed: 26 November 2014].

 

Barder, O., (2009). Beyond Planning: Markets and Networks for Better Aid. CGD Working Paper 185. October 2009. Available at: www.cgdev.org/files/1422971_file_Beyond_Planning_FINAL.pdf. Washington, DC: Center for Global Development. [Accessed: 24 November 2014].

 

Barder, O., (2010). Development, Complexity and Evolution. Presentation slides available online, at: http://media.owen.org/Evolution/player.html. [Accessed: 27 October 2014].

 

Bennett, R., and Barkensjo, A., (2005). ‘Relationship Quality, Relationship Marketing, and Client Perceptions of the Levels of Service Quality of Charitable Organisations.’ International Journal of Service Industry Management 16 (1): 81–106. [Accessed: 24 November 2014].

 

Bevan, P., et. al., (2011). Long Term Perspectives on Development Impacts in Rural Ethiopia: WIDE3 Stage 1 – Stage 1 Six Mixed Communities: Short Summary. Oxford: Mokoro Ltd.

 

Bevan, P., et. al., (2013a). Long Term Perspectives on Development Impacts in Rural Ethiopia: WIDE3 Stage 2 – Stage 2 Eight Food Insecure Communities: Short Summary. Oxford: Mokoro Ltd.

 

Bevan, P., et. al., (2013b). Long Term Perspectives on Development Impacts WIDE3 Stage 3 – Consultation Workshop for RED/FS, PBS and PSNP Group. Oxford: Mokoro Ltd and Pankhurst Consult.

 

Bevan, P., et. al., (2013c). Long Term Perspectives on Development Impacts in Rural Ethiopia: stage 2 – Rapid briefing note on fieldworkfor the wide worknet. Oxford: Mokoro Ltd.

 

Bonbright, D., (2006). Not Learning from Beneficiaries. [Online] June 2006. Alliance Magazine 11 (2): p. 51. London: Alliance Publishing Trust.

 

Bonbright, D., (2012). Guidance Note #4: Use of Impact Evaluation Results. Washington, DC: InterAction. Available at : http://www.interaction.org/document/guidance-note-4-use-impact-evaluation-results. [Accessed: 23 September 2014].

 

Bonbright, D., and Whittle, D., (2014). Closing the Citizen Feedback Loop. [Online] 28 October 2014. Available at: http://keystoneaccountability.wordpress.com/2014/10/28/closing-the-citizen-feedback-loop/. [Accessed: 23 September 2014].

 

BOND, (2013). The Health Check Big Picture 2013: Findings on UK NGO Organisational Effectiveness. Available from: http://www.bond.org.uk/data/files/publications/Bond_Health_Check_Big_Picture_2013.pdf. London: BOND. [Accessed: 23 September 2014].

 

 

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Bonino, F., Jean, I. and Knox Clarke, P., (2014b). Humanitarian Feedback Mechanisms: Research, Evidence and Guidance. London: ALNAP/ODI. Available at: http://www.alnap.org/resource/9944. [Accessed: 23 September 2014].

 

Brown, D., (2013). ‘What Do Local People Really Think? Do Our Evaluation Systems Really Measure What Matters?’ Monthly Developments, May 2013. Available at: http://www.cdacollaborative.org/media/98032/What-Do-Local-People-Really-Think.pdf. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

Brown, D., Donini, A., and Knox Clarke, P., (2014). Engagement of Crisis-Affected People in Humanitarian Action. Background Paper of ALNAP’s 29th Annual Meeting. London: ALNAP/ODI.

 

Cekan, J., and Green, S., (2014). See How It Turned out! Feedback Loops for Implementation and Sustainability: Feedback Labs. [Online] Published 20 June 2014. Available at: http://feedbacklabs.org/see-how-it-turned-out-feedback-loops-for-implementation-and-sustainability/. [Accessed: 19 November 2014].

 

Cekan, J., (2014). What’s Likely to ‘Stand’ after We Go? A New Consideration in Project Design and Evaluation. Valuing Voices: Sustainable Solutions for Excellent Impact. [Online] Published 18 November 2014. Available at: http://valuingvoices.com/whats-likely-to-stand-after-we-go-a-new-consideration-in-project-design-and-evaluation/. [Accessed: 19 November 2014]. Washington, DC: Cekan Consulting LLC.

 

Center for Effective Philanthropy, 2014. Hearing from Those We Seek to Help: Nonprofit Practices and Perspectives in Beneficiary Feedback. Available at: http://www.effectivephilanthropy.org/research/beneficiaryfeedback/. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

Chambers, J., 2014. Terms of reference: Beneficiary feedback learning group. Unpublished internal document.

 

Chambers, R. 1994. “Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA): Challenges, Potentials and Paradigm.” World Development, 22 (10): 1437–54. Available at http://sergiorosendo.pbworks.com/f/Chambers+on+the+challenges+and+potential+of+PRA.pdf

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Chambers, R., (2007). Who Counts? The Quiet Revolution of Participation and Numbers. Working Paper No. 296. Available at: http://www.ids.ac.uk/files/Wp296.pdf. Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

Chambers, R., (2014). ‘Perverse Payment by Results: Frogs in a Pot and Straitjackets for Obstacle Courses’. [Online] 3 September 2014. Participation, Power and Social Change Research blog at IDS. Available at: http://participationpower.wordpress.com/2014/09/03/perverse-payment-by-results-frogs-in-a-pot-and-straitjackets-for-obstacle-courses/. [Accessed 14 November 2014]. Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.

 

Chapman, C. and Mancini, A., (2013). Mwananchi Final Evaluation Overseas Development Institute

 

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Conway, T., and Sani, A., (2014). Impact on food security, poverty and sustainable rural development in Ethiopia- lessons to date and future directions for DFID’s support to the

Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP). Presentation for DFID Ethiopia, 30 October 2014.

 

Copestake, J., and Remnant, F., (2014). Assessing Rural Transformations: Piloting a Qualitative Impact Protocol in Malawi and Ethiopia. Bath: University of Bath. Available at: http://www.bath.ac.uk/cds/projects-activities/assessing-rural-transformations/documents/art-piloting-the-quip-d4.pdf. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

Cornwall, A. (2000). ‘Beneficiary, Consumer, Citizen: Perspectives on Participation for Poverty Reduction.’ SIDA Studies (Vol. 2). Available at: http://www.alnap.org/resource/10271. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

Cornwall A., (2008). ‘Unpacking Participation: Models, Meanings and Practices.’ Community Development Journal, 43 (3): p. 269–83. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Cracknell, B., (1996). ‘Evaluating Development Aid Strengths and Weaknesses.’ Evaluation, 2 (1): p. 23–33. London: Sage Publications.

 

Cracknell, B., (2000). Evaluating Development Aid: Issues, Problems and Solutions. New Delhi: Sage Publications.

 

Davies, R, and Dart, J. 2005. The ‘Most Significant Change’ (MSC) Technique A Guide to Its Use.

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Development Initiatives, (2014). Summary of Desk Review on the Existing Evidence Relating to the Effectiveness and Transparency of Beneficiary Feedback Mechanisms in Aid Programmes.

 

DFID, (2011). DFID Ethics principles for research and evaluation. Available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/67483/dfid-ethics-prcpls-rsrch-eval.pdf. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

DFID, (2012). Beneficiary Participation in Monitoring: How-to-Note. London: DFID.

 

DFID, (2013a). Assessing the Strength of Evidence. How-to-Note. London: DFID.

 

DFID, (2013b). DFID’s Empowerment and Accountability Programming in Ghana and Malawi: Inception Report. Available at: http://icai.independent.gov.uk/reports/dfids-empowerment-accountability-programming-ghana-malawi/. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

DFID, (2013c). Annual Evaluation Report. Available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/237332/annual-evaluation-report-july-2013a.pdf. London: DFID. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

 

DFID, (2014a). Lessons Learned from Access and Beneficiary Feedback Pilot Program. Field Notes. November 2014. London: DFID.

 

DFID, (2014b). Annual Review. Access and Beneficiary Feedback Pilot Programme: Pilot Programme to Test Mechanisms of Seeking Feedback from People Directly Affected by Aid Projects. London: DFID.

 

DFID, (2014a). DFID Evaluation Policy 2013. [Online] Available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/dfid-evaluation-policy-2013. [Accessed 9 September 2014]. London: DFID.

 

DFID, (2014b). DFID Smart Rules: Better Programme Delivery – Publications – GOV.UK. [Online] Published 17 July 2014, updated 7 October 2014. Available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/dfid-smart-rules-better-programme-delivery. [Accessed 9 September 2014]. London: DFID.

 

Dunning, D. R., (2014). ‘The True ‘Beneficiary’ Is The Organization That Listens.’ Markets For Good. Available at: http://www.marketsforgood.org/the-true-beneficiary-is-the-organization-that-listens/. [Accessed:  21 November 2014].

 

Edwards, D., and McGee, R., (2014). What Is the Problem of Citizen Voice That MAVC Tries to Address? Presentation on the Learning and Inspiration Event Report at the ‘Making All Voices Count Programme. Bridging and Bonding: Improving the links between Transparency and Accountability actors’ conference, held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 26-28 May 2014.

 

ECORYS, (2014). Evaluation of the International Citizen Service: Overall Approach Document – Phase 2. Internal document.

 

Emmi, A., et. al., (2011). Value for Money: Current Approaches and Evolving Debates. London: LSE.

 

Forti, M., (2012). ‘Measurement That Benefits the Measured: Three forms of engagement that can help nonprofits better respond to the needs and strengths of their constituents.’ [Online]. Published 25 June 2012. Stanford Social Innovation Review. Available at: http://www.ssireview.org/blog/entry/measurement_that_benefits_the_measured. [Accessed: 8 December 2014]. Stanford, CA: Stanford University.

 

Fund for Shared Insight, (2014). Resources That Inform Our Thinking. Fund for Shared Insight. Available at: http://www.fundforsharedinsight.org/resources-inform-our-thinking/. [Accessed: 8 December 2014].

 

Garbarino, S., and Holland, J., (2009). Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Impact Evaluation and Measuring Results: Issues Paper. March 2009. Birmingham: Governance and Social Development Research Centre.

 

Estrella, M. and Gaventa, J., (2000). ‘Who Counts Reality? Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation. A Literature Review.’ IDS Working Paper 70. Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.

 

Gleed, G., (2014). DFID PPA Beneficiary Feedback Learning Group: Summary of Mapping. June 2014.Unpublished.

 

Green, D., (2014). Is the British Development Bubble a Good Thing? Reflections after Another Session at DFID. Available at: http://oxfamblogs.org/fp2p/is-the-british-development-bubble-a-good-thing-reflections-after-another-session-at-dfid/. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

Griffiths, S., (2014). Revised 2014 Programme Partnerships Arrangements (PPA) Evaluation Strategy. London: Coffey.

 

Groves, L., (2010). Evaluation Protocol Plan UK-DFID PPA Evaluation July 2010.

 

Groves, L, Yeranosyan, M., Seigel, S., (2012). Independent Evaluation of the Gender Portfolio of the OSCE Office in Yerevan Report No. 12. Vienna: OSCE

 

Groves, L. (2014) Beneficiary Feedback in evaluation and Research Inception Report. Unpublished document for DFID.

 

Groves L. (Forthcoming) ‘Demography, Diversity and Humanitarian Programming for Forced Migrants: A Review of UNHCR Experience’ Book Chapter in ‘Demographic Perspectives on Forced Migration and Refugees’ Springer Press, edited by the University of Adelaide.

 

Guijt, I., (2014a). Participatory Approaches. Methodological Briefs Impact Evaluation series (5), 2014. Available at: http://www.participatorymethods.org/resource/participatory-approaches. Florence: UNICEF. [Accessed: 23 November 2014].

 

Guijt, I. (2014b) Feedback Loops – New Buzzword, Old Practice? Better Evaluation. Available at: http://betterevaluation.org/blog/feedback_loops_new_buzzword_old_practice. [Accessed: 17 December 2014].

 

Haag, P., (2014). Fresh Food Voucher Pilot for Refugees in Dadaab, Kenya: Evaluation report. Rome: World Food Programme.

 

Haddad, L., et. al., (2010). ‘The Sorry State of M&E in Agriculture: Can People-Centred Approaches Help?.’ IDS Bulletin 41 (6). Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.

 

Hagen-Zanker, J., and Mallett, R., (2013). How to Do a Rigorous, Evidence-Focused Literature Review in International Development: A Guidance Note. London: ODI. http://www.alnap.org/resource/8675. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

Hilhorst, T. and Gujit, I., (2006). Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation: A Process To Support Governance and Empowerment at the Local Level: A Guidance Paper. Royal Tropical Institute (KIT). Amsterdam: KIT.

 

Hoddinott, J., et. al., (2013a). The Implementation of the Productive Safety Nets Programme and the Household Asset Building Programme in the Ethiopian Highlands, 2012: Program Performance Report. Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute.

 

Hoddinott, J., et. al., (2013b). The Implementation of the Productive Safety Nets Programme in the Ethiopian Lowlands, 2012: Program Performance Report. Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute.

 

Hoddinott, J., et. al., (2013c). PSNP-HABP Impact Evaluation, 2012. Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute.

 

Hoddinott, J., and Lind, J., (2013). The Implementation of the Productive Safety Nets Programme in Afar and Somali Regions, Ethiopia: Lowlands Programme Outcomes Report. Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute.

 

Holland, J., and Jupp, D., (2013). Beneficiary Participation: How Programmes Will Never Be The Same, presented at the Beneficiary Feedback Mechanisms Session, ‘Shock of the new: bringing innovation back to development’ BOND Conference.

 

Horst, N., (2011). ‘EthnoCorder in Burundi: Innovation, Data Collection and Data Use. Participatory Learning and Action.’ In Participatory Learning and Action (63), p. 83-88. Available at: http://pubs.iied.org/pdfs/14606IIED.pdf. London: IIED. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

IDS, IOD-PARC, and SIPU, (2014). A Multi-Year Results-Oriented Evaluation of Sida’s Support to Civil Society Actors in Developing Countries via Swedish CSOs – Based on the Realities of People Living in Poverty and Marginalization: Synthesis Report – Round 1. Final Report, 13 January 2014. Available at: http://sidacivilsocietyeval.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/sida-cs-eval-synthesisreport-round1-final-140113.pdf

 

Independent Commission for Aid Impact, (2013a). DFID’s Health Programmes in Burma. London: ICAI.

 

Independent Commission for Aid Impact, (2013b). Evalaution of DFID’s Health Programmes in Burma: Terms of Reference. Available at: http://icai.independent.gov.uk/reports/dfids-health-programmes-burma/. London: ICAI. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

Independent Commission for Aid Impact, (2013c). Evaluation of DFID’s Health Programmes in Burma Inception Report. London: ICAI. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

Independent Commission for Aid Impact, (2013d). Terms of Reference DFID’s Empowerment and Accountability Programming in Ghana and Malawi. Available at: http://icai.independent.gov.uk/reports/dfids-empowerment-accountability-programming-ghana-malawi/. London: ICAI. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

Independent Commission for Aid Impact, (2014a). DFID’s Approach to Delivering Impact: Terms of Reference. Available at: http://icai.independent.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/ICAI-Impact-ToRs-FINAL-040314.pdfv. London: ICAI. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

Independent Commission for Aid Impact, (2014b). DFID’s Approach to Anti-Corruption and its Impact on the Poor. Available at: http://icai.independent.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/DFIDs-Approach-to-Anti-Corruption-and-its-Impact-on-the-Poor-FINAL.pdf. London: ICAI. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

Independent Commission for Aid Impact, (2014c). Updated ICAI Assessment Framework. Available at: http://icai.independent.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Updated-ICAI-Assessment-Framework2.pdf. London: ICAI. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

 

Independent Commission for Aid Impact, (2014d). How DFID Learns. Report 34, April 2014. Available at: http://icai.independent.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/How-DFID-Learns-FINAL.pdf. London: ICAI. [Accessed: 23 October 2014].

 

 

Independent Commission for Aid Impact, (2014e). Rapid Review of DFID’s Smart Rules. London: ICAI. [Accessed: 15 December 2014].

 

IOD PARC, (2014). Brown Bag Lunch on Beneficiary Feedback Loops. Sheffield: IOD PARC. Unpublished.

 

IRIN News, (2014). Beneficiary Feedback: ‘Thanks but No Thanks’?. [Online] Available from: http://www.irinnews.org/Report/78640/GLOBAL-Beneficiary-feedback-thanks-but-no-thanks. [Accessed: 20 November 2014].

 

Jacobs, A., (2010). ‘Creating the Missing Feedback Loop’. IDS Bulletin 41 (6), p.56–64. Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.

 

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Jacobs, A., (2013). Feedback Systems: Next Steps for Plan International. Woking: Plan International. Unpublished paper.

 

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Jupp, D., and Ibn Ali, S., (2010). ‘Measuring Empowerment? Ask Them: Quantifying Qualitative Outcomes from People’s Own Analysis: Insights for Results-Based Management from the Experience of a Social Movement in Bangladesh.’ Sida Studies in Evaluation (2010:1). Available at: http://www.oecd.org/countries/bangladesh/46146440.pdf. [Accessed: 23 September 2014].

 

Keystone Accountability, (2009). Ethical Framework for Constituency Feedback. August 2009. Available at: http://www.keystoneaccountability.org/sites/default/files/Keystone%20ethical%20framework%20Aug09%20web.pdf.  London: Keystone Accountability. [Accessed: 23 September 2014].

 

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