Combination of satellite imagery with traditional evaluation techniques

Combination of satellite imagery with traditional evaluation techniques

 

Cycle of conferences on ‘Evaluation in hard-to-reach areas’

 

This evaluation in a hard-to-reach region combined traditional techniques with time-series satellite imagery and genetic matching methods to understand the effects on beneficiaries of a major agricultural support project.

This conference is part of a series presenting the use of innovative methodologies to conduct evaluations in hard-to-reach areas; download the presentation paper of the cycle by clicking here: https://web.tresorit.com/l#5ZZoMG3EfZ8MOThfLrDcPA

 

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Speakers

Introduction:

 

Mr Anders Henriksson

DEVCO, Head of Task Force Knowledge, Performance and Results

 

Chairpersons:

 

Mr Marco Lorenzoni

Evaluation Support Service, Sr Evaluation Expert

 

Mr Valentin Alvarez

DEVCO, Unit 04 - Results, Monitoring and Evaluation

 

Speakers:

 

Mr Hansdeep Khaira

IFAD, Independent Office of Evaluation (IOE), Evaluation Officer

 

Mr Dustin Gilbreath 

The Caucasus Research Resource Centers, Deputy Research Director

 

Mr Giancarlo Pini

WFP/IFAD Climate Analysis Partnership

 

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