An IEG report on the gender implications of social safety net projects finds that even when these interventions don’t aim to have an impact on gender equality, they usually do. 
Ensuring everyone involved in a partnership evaluation gets what they expect
Evaluations that make a difference address the issue of influence throughout the process
Evaluation has a greater role to play in informing the debates and decisions of parliamentarians
Halfway through the UN’s Decade of Action for Road Safety, traffic accidents continue to exact a devastating toll. Bold actions are needed if the initiative’s objectives are to be met. 
Providing fair health care for everyone without financial risk means helping countries find effective ways to fund and sustain quality health systems.
In our latest guest blog, Katherine Hay of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation argues that evaluators have an important role to play in reducing inequities.
Evaluators need to ask themselves tougher questions about what difference their recommendations will make and the value they’ll add. 
To promote inclusive growth the Bank Group needs to get the diagnostics of inclusion right before designing meaningful interventions that level the playing field for all.
How can global partnerships and country programs work better together? A new IEG evaluation charts a future course.