M&E roundtable # 15 on “Bridging the Quant-Qual Divide: Mixed Methods in Impact Evaluations”

Submitted by clear_admin on Fri, 03/11/2016 - 13:46

CLEAR/J-PAL South Asia at IFMR is organizing the 15th M&E roundtable on “Bridging the Quant-Qual Divide: Mixed Methods in Impact Evaluations” on March 16, 2016 at India International Centre, New Delhi, India. This roundtable will highlight the theoretical and practical considerations of applying mixed methods in impact evaluation and will feature presentations by Dr Purnima Menon, Senior Research Fellow, IFPRI on “Integrating Insights from Quantitative and Qualitative Research in the Context of Evaluations of a Large-scale Nutrition Program” and Dr Urmy Shukla, Senior Training Manager, CLEAR/J-PAL South Asia on “How can Qualitative Methods Improve Learnings from RCTs?”

Dr Purnima Menon is a Senior Research Fellow in IFPRI’s Poverty, Health and Nutrition Division, and is based at IFPRI’s Asia office in New Delhi, India. . She conducts applied nutrition research in the South Asia region, with a focus on programs and policies to improve maternal and child nutrition.

Dr Urmy Shukla is a Senior Training Manager for CLEAR/J-PAL South Asia at IFMR, and works on strengthening monitoring and evaluation capacity in the region.

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Event Information
India International Centre, Lecture room II, Annex Building, India International Center, New Delhi, Delhi 110003 India