Identification, cost-benefit analysis, and evaluation of international development projects

The objective of the research is to provide international development agencies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) with decision making and evaluation tools that are practical and, at the same time, are based on sound academic foundations. These tools are specific to a sector, such as nutrition, and a country, such as Guatemala. The resulting documents will assist analysts in design of international development projects as well as their assessment, monitoring, and evaluation. The immediate benefit of such practical guidelines would be their utilization by the partner organization in the analysis of ongoing projects.

Intern: 
Caroline Godin
Aalisha Lakdawala
Faculty Supervisor: 
Huw Lloyd-Ellis
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Ontario
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