LAMP Resources

A selection of our own publications and some resources we have found useful.

NameTypeDate
Saving Lives in Sierra Leone Endline Review
Evaluation Methods
2023
ECORYS Second wave evaluation of Development Impact Bonds
Evaluation Methods
2021
LAMP Conducting VFM analysis by output
Thought Piece
2021
E4A Health Financing Case study
Evaluation Methods
2021
LAMP VFM Thought Piece – Lessons Learned
Thought Piece
2020
LAMP VFM Thought Piece – Economic Appraisals
Thought Piece
2019
LAMP Notes: How to develop a VFM Strategy
How to Notes
2019
LAMP Notes: How to develop a VFM Framework
How to Notes
2019
ECORYS Evaluation of Development Impact Bonds pilot programme
Evaluation Methods
2019
Going digital for maternal health. A blog piece on social return on investment
Thought Piece
2018
Mobilizing for Development (M4D) Evaluation Report by ITAD
Evaluation Methods
2018
LAMP VFM Thought Piece – The Future of VFM
Thought Piece
2017
Voices for Change Value for Money – Jennifer Armitage & Claire Hughes
Evaluation Methods
2017

LAMP Projects

Location: Nigeria

E4A Mamaye – Health Financing case-study in 3 states in Nigeria

LAMP was commissioned by E4A to produce a case study identifying how allocation and release of funding for Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health changed between 2019 to 2021 in Bauchi, Niger, and Lagos States, and assess the extent to which the COVID-19 pandemic contributed to these changes.

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Location: Multi-country

Women’s Integrated Sexual Health Programme (WISH2ACTION)

LAMP is working with W2A to help embed a comprehensive VfM approach across the programme. This is in line with the value for money initiative of the UK FCDO, which aims to ensure greater accountability and impact in spending on overseas development aid.

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Location: Ethiopia

TARGET Ethiopia VFM Support

The FCDO has engaged Montrose International to assess the performance of TARGET at various points throughout its implementation. LAMP Development is providing VfM expertise and support to TARGET, including improving its VFM framework and strategy.

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Location: Kenya

One Acre Fund (OAF) cost effectiveness analysis

LAMP conducted a cost-effectiveness analysis of adding the nutrition programme to the core OAF programme, as part of the evaluation led by to compare outcomes relating to household dietary diversity, women’s dietary diversity, and minimum acceptable diet of children.

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