A selection of resources we have found useful and some of our own publications.
These are a selection of the reports we have worked on and also some ‘thought pieces’ which bring together our approaches to enhancing aid impact and reflections from applying these in practice.
LAMP VFM Thought Piece
VfM Guidance and Approaches
A selection of guidance issued by DFID, ICAI and other organisations which we have found helpful when developing VfM frameworks
|DFID’s Approach to Value for Money (VfM)|
|ICAI’s Approach to Effectiveness and VFM|
|National Audit Office Analytical framework for assessing Value for Money|
|Indicators and VFM in Governance Programming|
Discussing and Demystifying VfM
A collection of articles and papers which explore concepts used in VfM in more depth and provide explanation of some of the techniques which we and others use in conducting VfM analysis.
Value for investment – Julian King
|McEwan Cost Effectiveness Analysis|
Measuring Value For Money In Healthcare Concepts And Tools
|Evaluating methods for assessing VfM – Farida Fleming|
Ghana (STAAC-Ghana) is a programme funded by DFID Ghana that seeks to reduce the impact of corruption on Ghana’s poor through more active implementation of anti-corruption measures in the public sector. During the inception phase of the STAAC programme in 2016, one of the key components was a comprehensive analysis of value for money (VfM). […]View Project
A case-study approach was used to investigate Value for Money within two different programmes implementing post-natal care (PNC) services for women and children in Sierra Leone. The two programmes are funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) as part of the Integrated Reproductive, Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health (IRMNH) programme. The analysis examined […]View Project