- Briefing paper
- 16 June 2021
Evaluating, learning, and adapting for scale: Understanding how norms-shifting interventions work through a realist evaluation of the Husbands’ School
- Author: ESubden
Realist Evaluation is a type of programme evaluation that addresses a fuller set of programme questions, with a focus on understanding how programmes lead to individual and community change in the complex social environments in which programmes operate. This brief explores how Passages is applying Realist Evaluation to learn about norms-shifting interventions, as applied to the Husbands’ Schools intervention in Niger.