UNICEF’s Programme Division in New York is looking for a qualified professional to reconstruct a Theory of Change narrative of the BAI, and provide recommendations for the future evaluation of the BAI.Read more...
Call for Abstracts: 6th Biennial International Conference of Sri Lanka Evaluation Association - 2017
Authors are invited to submit abstracts of 300 to 500 words by the deadline of 30th March 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Conference will be followed by Post-Conference Workshops on 21st and 22nd September 2017.Read more...
Les consultants nationaux et régionaux ayant de l’expérience en évaluation ainsi que dans les secteurs liés aux objectifs de l’action FAO dans le pays sont invités à soumettre leur candidature.Read more...
Evaluation Analyst, Independent Office of Evaluation of IFAD (IOE) – P2 – Deadline: 26 February 2017
This position is financed by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation. Please note that it is only for Swiss nationals.Read more...
Call for Expressions of Interest - Midterm evaluation of "Shan State: Peace, reconciliation and development through community empowerment programme"
The ILO seeks Expressions of Interest (EoI) from qualified independent evaluator to conduct an independent evaluation of the EU funded programme in Myanmar on “Shan State: Peace, Reconciliation and Development through community empowerment programme”.Read more...
The Fund was established in 2009 as a bold investment in women’s rights to fast-track the implementation of gender equality commitments in the areas of women’s economic and political empowerment. By supporting CSO-led initiatives at local, national and regional levels, the Fund aims at addressing the concrete needs and priorities of the most marginalized groups of women and girls in developing countries. In the context of the 2030 Agenda, FGE’s mission has become more relevant than ever as it serves as a tool for localizing SDGs and leaving no one behind. During its 7 years, the Fund has delivered USD 64 million in grants to 120 grantee programmes in 80 countries, reaching over 10 million direct beneficiaries.Read more...
The UNICEF and UNFPA Evaluation Offices plan to jointly commission an evaluability assessment of the UNFPA-UNICEF Global Programme to Accelerate Action to End Child Marriage. An evaluability assessment is an exercise to determine the overall readiness of the programme to be evaluated in a reliable and credible fashion and check the coherence and logic of the programme.
The application should be sent to email@example.com , no later than close of business on 17 February 2017.Read more...
The fifth publication of the IIED-EVALSDGs briefing series has now been released.Read more...
If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.Read more...
Caribbean Evaluators International has released their Winter 2016 newsletter.
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The IOCE represents international, national, sub-national and regional Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs) worldwide. It strengthens international evaluation through the exchange of evaluation methods and promotes good governance and recognition of the value evaluation has in improving peoples’ lives.
(acr.) voluntary organizations for professional evaluation. An umbrella term for all kinds of groups interested in advancing evaluation as a profession. VOPEs can function at regional and national levels and bring together evaluation practitioners from various fields – including government, academia and non-governmental organizations.
VOPEs promote equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluations, and aim to influence organizational and national evaluation policies in benefit of society at large.
The development of national VOPEs began with the establishment of the Eastern Evaluation Research Society in 1978 and the Canadian Evaluation Society in 1981. The need for global exchange of evaluation practices led to the establishment of the International Development Evaluation Association in 2002 and the IOCE in 2003.
The number of regional, national, and international VOPEs increased from 15 in 1999 to more than 188 by the end of 2013. A new type of VOPE also emerged in 2013: the Parliamentarians Forum on Development Evaluation in South Asia, a self-organized group of members of Parliament from South Asian countries interested in advancing evaluation in their countries.