Welcome to the Centre for Evaluation
The Centre for Evaluation aims to improve the design and conduct of evaluations of complex public health interventions through the development, application and dissemination of rigorous methods, and facilitate the use of robust evidence to inform policy and practice decisions.
Methods development is core to what the Centre does, with themes on quantifying impact, process evaluation and synthesis of evaluation studies led by globally recognised leaders in their fields.
The Centre undertakes a variety of activities, including workshops, seminars, networking events and teaching that support and harness the evaluation expertise of researchers at LSHTM and elsewhere, maximising their contributions to and collaborations on the development of evaluation methods and conduct of evaluation studies. Centre Mission
The Centre consists of a network of researchers and practitioners across disciplines and public health contexts, within LSHTM and beyond, with expertise in evaluation methods.Centre Leadership
Centre for Evaluation's Brochure
Our new brochure highlights the many achievements of the Centre since its launch, five years ago. It reflects the diverse range of evaluation projects being undertaken by members of the Centre in an array of different settings.Download brochure
The Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL)
The Centre for Evaluation plays host to the secretariat of the new Centre for Excellence in Development, Impact and Learning (CEDIL). CEDIL is a Department for International Development (DFID) supported initiative to develop and test innovative approaches to impact evaluation and evidence synthesis in low-income countries.
In 2019, CEDIL released a funding opportunity for projects which will innovate in the field of impact evaluation.