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Research and evaluation capacity: Self-assessment tool and discussion guide for CCDF lead agencies

The tool is divided into three parts. Part one invites users to consider how their organization is doing in seven major areas of research and evaluation capacity. Part two helps users define overarching goals for their research and evaluation capacity-building efforts. Part three offers users a chance to articulate key questions they have about how to address the gaps and goals identified in the first two parts. (author abstract)
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