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4 Practices Anthropology Can Contribute to Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) are processes used to study the performance of projects and programs implemented by entities such as governments, NGOs, and other organizations. They are divided into two parts: monitoring, which occurs continuously during the course of the program, and evaluation, which examines the impact of the program once it is completed.  The …

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What makes us happy: 5 interesting facts about the World Happiness Report

The 7th edition of the World Happiness Report has recently been published: while Finland ranks first, followed by its neighboring Nordic countries, we went a step beyond the ranking and looked at data with a different lens. Money can’t buy happiness. Ever heard of this sentence? Probably yes, and probably most of you agree with …

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