Resources

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

LAMP 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
Going digital for maternal health. A blog piece on social return on investment

VfM Guidance and Approaches

A selection of guidance issued by DFID, ICAI and other organisations which we have found helpful when developing VfM frameworks

Indicators and VFM in Governance Programming
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
Better Value for Money: An organising framework for management and measurement of VFM indicators. ITAD
Leaving no one behind: The value for money of disability-inclusive development – BOND (2016)
DFID’s approach to value for money – ICAI (2018)
DFID’s approach to delivering impact – ICAI (2015)

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.

Evaluating methods for assessing VfM – Farida Fleming
Value for investment – Julian King
McEwan Cost Effectiveness Analysis
Measuring Value For Money In Healthcare Concepts And Tools
OPM’s approach to assessing Value for Money
Improving the Practice of Value for Money Assessment (2015)

LAMP Projects

Location: Sierra Leone

Strengthening Referral Pathways from the Street to School – Endline Evaluation

Endline Evaluation of the EU/NSA project – Strengthening Referral Pathways from the Street to School – Supporting Non State Actors to Protect and Empower Extremely Vulnerable Children and Youth in Sierra Leone The GOAL Ireland in collaboration with four partners – St Georges Foundation, Sierra Leone Aid Volunteers, Integrated Children and Youth Initiative and Ben […]

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Location: Nigeria

Hard To Reach Maternal Newborn and Child Health WHO – Value for Money analysis

LAMP was commissioned by WHO to undertake a cost outcome assessment of the hard to reach (HTR) maternal newborn and child health (MNCH) program in six States in Northern Nigeria. The $28m program is funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) and was implemented by WHO and UNICEF in Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Bauchi, Yobe […]

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