IEG Lesson Library: Evaluative Resources and Evidence to inform the COVID-19 Response
As the global community ramps up efforts to confront the Coronavirus pandemic, evidence from the responses to past crises offers important lessons on what worked and why. These lessons can help guide the various responses to the health and economic challenges posed by the Coronavirus.
To assist this process, IEG has created a repository of relevant work, bringing together a range of evaluations of responses to past global crises such as the 2008 financial crisis and the 2006 Avian Influenza, to make the lessons generated more accessible. This repository will be updated regularly as new reports and analysis become available: Thematic Evaluations and Syntheses | Lessons from Evaluations for the COVID-19 Crisis | Knowledge Series on Using Technologies and Tools for Remote Data Collection | Blogs and Podcasts | Reference Guides
Evaluation During Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Current circumstances push us to rethink how to go about our evaluative work to address ethical, conceptual, and methodological challenges that will affect our capacity to conduct evaluations.