Vol. 10 No. 3 (2014)

This non-thematic issue of the journal includes five papers, two case studies and one community note. The publication of this issue makes the second full year in which the journal has been back on the Open Journal System and is probably at a stronger point than it has ever been in the past with a very committed editorial team and a number of issues in the planning. The papers included are mostly focused on organisational learning, highlighting the failure of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) to support organisational learning: ..the kinds of information that did not routinely enter into project reporting were ones that contradicted the project objective? and ?... the information that addresses any side effects on non-project villages ... is simply not used. (Moeko Saito-Jensen and Maya Pasgaard, p. 12)

Published: 2015-02-26