Evaluation of Innovation in UNICEF Work - case studies
A set of twelve innovation studies.
The Evaluation of Innovation in UNICEF’s work relied on different methods of gathering and analyzing evidence including a set of twelve innovation studies. The case studies were designed to serve organizational learning by unpacking and examining the multiple pathways and dynamics which underpin innovation within the organization. The cases included here each address a specific innovation, the processes through which it was identified, developed, tested, implemented and taken to scale (if relevant) along with contextual conditions (e.g. underlying organizational and partnership arrangements). Information from the case studies was used throughout the Evaluation of Innovation Synthesis Report.
Please see below the twelve (12) Innovation Case Studies:
- Acute Respiratory Infection Diagnostic Aid (ARIDA) Project
- Accelerated School Readiness Programme
- Adolescent Kit for Expression and Innovation
- Data Must Speak Project
- Drones for Delivering Results for Children
- Height/Length Measurement Devices Project
- Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Foods Scale-Up
- Zika Virus Diagnostics for Testing at Point-of-Care
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Read the blog on Evaluating Innovation at UNICEF.
The Evaluation of Innovation in UNICEF Work - Synthesis Report can be found here.