ResultsinHealth recently presented in two European conferences: The 2014 congress of the European branch of the International Union against Sexually Transmitted Infections (IUSTI Europe) in Malta, and the 11th Biennial Conference of the European Evaluation Society (EES Conference) in Dublin, Ireland.

The theme of the IUSTI Europe congress was "Migration, recreation, and sexual health", which was an excellent match with a 2013 evaluation of the Dutch 'Positive Sisters' project for HIV-positive migrant women, carried out by ResultsinHealth. The evaluation was presented by one of the ResultsinHealth' team members, with a focus on the strengths and opportunities of the project and the methodology. The passion she put in her presentation earned her the price for the best oral presentation during the conference!

During the EES Conference in Dublin, ResultsinHealth presented on the use of the 'Most Significant Change' (MSC) technique as a participatory method to involve beneficiaries and other stakeholders in a meaningful way in evaluation activities. Given the conference's theme "Evaluation for an Equitable Society", ResultsinHealth shared its experiences in using the MSC technique to improve equality during evaluation work.