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DRN 2015 Vol. XXXIII No. 4: PIDS, NEDA, 3ie Bolster Campaign to Create a Culture of Evaluation

As the year 2015 ends, the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS) looks back on one of its most challenging projects to date--impact evaluation. The Institute considers its involvement in impact evaluation work as a way to bring policy research in the Philippines one step higher. This issue of the Development Research News, thus, highlights the Policy Forum on Impact Evaluation that brought together senior government officials to promote a culture of evaluation among policymakers--a cause that PIDS believes in. Moreover, this issue also digs deep in exposing core irrigation problems and in scrutinizing the effectiveness of the Community Mortgage Program. PIDS research findings on bottom-up budgeting, postharvest facilities, and logistics industry in the Greater Manila Area, which were presented to the Congress through policy dialogues, complete this quarter's issue.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
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PIDS Research Information Staff; Philippines; logistics industry; bottom-up budgeting; 4Ps; impact evaluation; irrigation sector; BUB program; postharvest facilities; Community Mortgage Program (CMP); Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program;
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