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                        <p>The <strong>DIME Wiki</strong> is a <strong>public good</strong> developed and maintained by <strong>DIME Analytics</strong>. The <strong>DIME Wiki</strong> is designed for researchers and M&E specialists at the World Bank, as well as clients, donor institutions, universities, NGOs, and governments. The <strong>DIME Wiki</strong> is a collaborative, open-source resource that presents guidelines that are easy to understand and apply for users of varying levels of expertise. </p>
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The '''DIME Wiki''' is a public good developed and maintained by [https://www.worldbank.org/en/research/dime/data-and-analytics DIME Analytics], a team which creates tools that improve the quality of impact evaluation research at [https://www.worldbank.org/en/research/dime DIME]. The DIME Wiki is targeted to all researchers and M&E specialists at the World Bank, clients who are managing data collection efforts in the field, donor institutions, universities, NGOs, and governments. </onlyinclude>While there are many existing impact evaluation resources, none meet the specific gap the DIME Wiki aims to fulfill: a resource focused on practical implementation guidelines rather than theory, open to the public, easily searchable, suitable for users of varying levels of expertise, up-to-date with the latest technological advances in electronic data collection, with a vibrant network of editors who are experts in this field.  
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[https://www.worldbank.org/en/research/dime/data-and-analytics DIME Analytics] creates tools that improve the quality of impact evaluation research for all. We take advantage of the concentration and scale of research at DIME to develop and test solutions to ensure data work quality across our portfolio, and to make public training and tools available to the larger community of development researchers who might not have the same capabilities.
  
'''DIME''' is the impact evaluation unit of the World Bank's Development Research Group. Part of DIME’s mission is to intensify the production of, and access to, public goods that improve the quantity and quality of global development research, while lowering the costs of performing impact evaluations for the entire research community. The DIME Wiki aims to further this initiative, and is funded by the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development through the i2i Trust Fund.
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[https://www.worldbank.org/en/research/dime DIME] is the World Bank’s impact evaluation department. Part of DIME’s mission is to intensify the production of, and access to, public goods that improve the quantity and quality of global development research, while lowering the costs of performing impact evaluations for the entire research community. The <strong>DIME Wiki</strong> aims to further this initiative, and is funded by the United Kingdom’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office through the i2i Trust Fund.
 
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Latest revision as of 18:12, 30 July 2021


Welcome to the DIME Wiki

The DIME Wiki is a public good developed and maintained by DIME Analytics. The DIME Wiki is designed for researchers and M&E specialists at the World Bank, as well as clients, donor institutions, universities, NGOs, and governments. The DIME Wiki is a collaborative, open-source resource that presents guidelines that are easy to understand and apply for users of varying levels of expertise.

This landing page offers links to several curated categories that users may find helpful, as well as our narrative Handbook.

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About DIME and DIME Analytics

DIME Analytics creates tools that improve the quality of impact evaluation research for all. We take advantage of the concentration and scale of research at DIME to develop and test solutions to ensure data work quality across our portfolio, and to make public training and tools available to the larger community of development researchers who might not have the same capabilities.

DIME is the World Bank’s impact evaluation department. Part of DIME’s mission is to intensify the production of, and access to, public goods that improve the quantity and quality of global development research, while lowering the costs of performing impact evaluations for the entire research community. The DIME Wiki aims to further this initiative, and is funded by the United Kingdom’s Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office through the i2i Trust Fund.