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There is increasing interest in understanding health effects of interventions with women’s groups, as evidenced by the sheer number of evaluations conducted in the past 10 years. Improving quality and comparability of evaluations will strengthen the understanding of what works, why, where, and for whom. This paper concludes with a checklist that summarises key recommendations, based on learnings from experimental and quasi-experimental impact evaluations and process evaluations. It also emphasizes that as interventions are increasingly implemented at scale, utilizing evaluation approaches that include population-level data and administrative sources will improve how evidence is generated and used by policymakers. Click here to read the report.