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African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) is a voluntary organization focusing on the promotion of Africa-rooted evaluation theory and practice, including supporting capacity building and learning for evidence-based policy in Africa. AfrEA was founded in 1999 to meet the growing demand for information sharing, advocacy and advanced capacity building in evaluation in Africa. It is an umbrella organization for more than 45 national Monitoring and Evaluation Associations and Networks in Africa. It is a resource for individuals in countries where national bodies do not exist. AfrEA works with the national networks and other key stakeholders, interested partners and institutions on the continent and globally towards the development of a strong African evaluation community and systems. In particular, AFREA acknowledges and appreciates that evaluation being an emerging discipline and that the culture and practice is still weak in much of the continent, the capacities of her VOPEs are at varying levels: many are still weak while, others remain dormant.
In line with this, AfrEA has partnered with USAID in a pilot project aimed at strengthening its capacity and reinvigorating its membership and community through: 1) supporting the management of a professional association management system, and 2) strengthening its VOPEs by implementing peer-to-peer learning exchanges as well as facilitating three learning forums. The USAID institutional support grant will allow AfrEA to strengthen its membership base and reputation as a credible umbrella organization that can advocate on behalf of its constituents and serve as a catalyst for capacity building and other support needed by its members. The expected outcome is vibrant VOPEs increasingly providing evaluation support services to their members and engaged in national evaluation debates and policy formulations.
How to Apply
Interested VOPEs should submit an expression of interest indicating their suitability for
selection to the following emails addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org with cc to
email@example.com by May 25, 2016
Click here to learn more.
L’Association Africaine d’évaluation (AfrEA) est une organisation bénévole qui se focalise sur la promotion de la théorie et pratique de l'évaluation de souche africaine, notamment en appuyant le renforcement des capacités et l'apprentissage de la politique basée sur les évidences en Afrique. AfrEA a été fondée en 1999 pour répondre à la demande croissante concernant le partage de l'information, la sensibilisation et le renforcement des capacités de pointe en matière d'évaluation en Afrique. Il s’agit d’une organisation faitière qui compte plus de 45 associations et réseaux nationaux de suivi et évaluation en Afrique. AfrEA constitue une source d’information pour les personnes ressortissant des pays où il n’existe pas encore des associations nationales (en suivi et évaluation). AfrEA travaille avec les réseaux nationaux et d'autres intervenants clés, ainsi que les partenaires et les institutions intéressés sur le continent et dans le monde, oeuvrant pour le développement d'une communauté d'évaluation africaine forte et des systèmes d’évaluation renforcés. En particulier, AFREA reconnaît et apprécie que l'évaluation est encore une discipline émergente dont la culture et la pratique sont encore faibles dans une grande partie du continent, les capacités des VOPEs sont à différents niveaux de développement : beaucoup sont encore faibles tandis que d'autres sont en sommeil (inactives).
Dans ce cadre, AfrEA a établi un partenariat avec USAID dans le cadre d’un projet pilote visant à renforcer ses capacités et de revigorer ses membres ainsi que la communauté des professionnels à travers: 1) l’appui à un système de gestion professionnelle de d’une association ; et 2) le renforcement des VOPEs en mettant en oeuvre échanges d’apprentissage par les pairs à travers ainsi que faciliter trois forums d'apprentissage. L'appui institutionnel de l’USAID permettra à AfrEA de renforcer sa base constituée par les membres ainsi que renforcer sa réputation en tant qu'une organisation faîtière crédible qui peut défendre les intérêts de ses électeurs et de servir de catalyseur pour le renforcement des capacités et répondre à d'autres appuis nécessaires aux membres. Le résultat attendu est d’avoir des VOPEs dynamiques offrant de plus en plus des services de soutien de l'évaluation à leurs membres et engagées dans des débats nationaux d'évaluation et à la formulation des politiques.
Comment postuler ?
Les VOPES intéressées devront soumettre leurs expressions d’intérêt en indiquant leur aptitude pour la
sélection aux adresses e-mails suivantes : firstname.lastname@example.org avec cc à email@example.com au plus
tard le 25 mai, 2016 ;
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Call for Expression of Interest
Final Independent Evaluation
PROJECT ON INCREASING WORKPLANCE COMPLIANCE
THROUGH LABOUR INSPECTION, VIETNAM
Application deadline: 19 May 2016
Type of contract: External collaboration contract
Post level: International consultant
Languages required: Proficiency in English
Expected duration: Approximately 23 working days
(evaluation mission in expected to be between June 6-17,
2016 to Thailand and Vietnam)
ILO is urgently seeking Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from qualified individuals to conduct an independent final evaluation of its Project entitled “Increasing Workplace Compliance through Labour Inspection in Vietnam”. Please click here to view the call for expressions of interest.
The theme of this year's conference is "SDGs: Making a Difference Through Evaluation". The focus of the conference is on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how evaluation can make a difference for the success of the SDGs. The Conference will look at how evaluation and its strategic utilization can make a difference to support the SDGs.
Please visit our dedicated Conference website for more details at: http://asiapacific-evaluation.org/apeaconf2016
We are now calling for Expressions of Interest to submit paper, workshop, and/or poster proposals from potential presenters. The Call for Papers and the guidelines for the presentation submissions are available at: http://asiapacific-evaluation.org/apeaconf2016/images/Call_for_Papers_Guidelines_V3.1.pdf
If you would like to make a paper presentation and/or conduct a workshop during the above Conference, please review the guidelines on the Conference page and ensure that your proposals reach the Conference Secretariat no later than 31 May, 2016. We particularly welcome paper presentations on interesting experiences, case studies, and lessons learnt on the relationship between evaluation and the SDGs. If you have any new approaches and/or tools on how to position evaluation to support the SDGs, they would be of special interest to the Conference Papers Committee.
Please ensure all abstracts for your proposals are received by the Secretariat no later than 31 May, 2016. All submissions should preferably be done online through the Conference website at: http://asiapacific-evaluation.org/apeaconf2016
Funding Support: We apologize that APEA has no available funding to provide bursaries and/or subsidies for paper/workshop presenters. Should any funds become available, we will make it known through the Conference website. Do visit our conference website above regularly for the latest news and updates.
We look forward to your participation in the Conference in Hanoi in November, 2016 and certainly to your valuable contributions to the Conference. We would also appreciate it very much if you could kindly circulate the Conference information and Call for Papers to your circles/networks.
EVALSDG Network' first briefing note "Evaluation: a crucial ingredient for SDG success" is now published. It can be viewed here http://pubs.iied.org/pdfs/17357IIED.pdf. Thanks to Thomas Schwandt, Zenda Ofir, Dorothy Lucks, Kassem El-Saddick and Stefano D’Errico for preparing this valuable product for the evaluation community.
EVALSDG is a network of interested and skilled policy makers, institutions and practitioners who advocate for the evaluability of the performance indicators of the new SDGs and support processes to integrate evaluation into national and global review systems.
EVALSDG members work to support the evaluation community to be prepared for evaluating initiatives towards better outcomes for the SDGs and ultimately, the "World We Want".
Enjoy reading the briefing note.
FAO Office of Evaluation (OED) is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from qualified and experienced individuals to conduct the quality assurance of the evaluation work and deliverables for the evaluation of the CFS Reform.
The Committee on World Food Security (CFS) was set up in 1974 as an intergovernmental body to serve as a forum for review and follow up of food security policies. In 2009, CFS went through an extensive reform process to enable it to more fully play its role in the area of food security and nutrition.
The CFS Reform envisioned that "CFS constitutes the foremost inclusive international and intergovernmental platform for a broad range of stakeholders to work together in a coordinated manner towards the elimination of hunger and ensuring food security and nutrition for all human beings".
For more information about the position and its requirements, please refer to the following link: http://www.fao.org/fileadmin/user_upload/VA/pdf/Consultancy-Template%20Plain_QA%20Advisor.pdf
Interested candidates should send their CV to Opportunities-Eval@fao.org clearly indicating “Quality Assurance Advisor for the Evaluation of the CFS Reform” in the subject line, by 6 May 2016.
In 2016, a range of evaluation activities are anticipated at both the corporate (Evaluation Office) and decentralized (country office) levels. These evaluations will demonstrate accountability to stakeholders, support evidence-based decision-making and contribute important lessons learned to a range of key UNFPA programme areas.
Corporate evaluations require proposed evaluation teams to include expertise in conducting complex evaluations, and should include evaluators and thematic experts in the relevant programmatic areas. The working language for corporate evaluations is English.
For programme-level evaluations, experience in the relevant region and with conducting evaluations for the UN system is preferred. The proposed evaluation team should ensure expertise in all relevant programmatic areas. Relevant language skills to the country context should also be indicated.
For all evaluations, a team leader should be identified who is an evaluator with extensive experience in leading similar complex evaluations.
For more information, please visit the UN Global Marketplace entry at https://www.ungm.org/Public/Notice/44657
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) is hosting the 2016 International School on Research Impact Assessment (ISRIA, 19 – 23 September), in Melbourne, Australia.
The aim of the School is to raise the international profile of RIA and connect practitioners and organisations from around the world to learn how to effectively measure the success of investment in research and innovation. The program offers foundational knowledge and practical application of RIA and draws upon the experience and expertise of world leading practitioners in this field.
In addition to the School content, other side events will be embedded in the program which will table for discussion the significant challenges in achieving effective RIA. Leaders from industry, the research sector, and government will be invited to face some tough questions on specifically Australia’s poor performance in terms of:
• research-business collaboration
• researchers working in business
• industry-linked research training
• measuring and reporting research impacts for universities and publically funded research agencies.
A focus of the side events will be on what industry, research organisations and government can each do to improve performance in these areas, and to increase research-led innovation for Australia, as well as widen the opportunity for the School delegates to think about how they can actively apply the suggested solutions within their organisations around the world.
The latest issue of the EvalPartners Newsletter is now available!
Click here to view the March 2016 newsletter.
The FAO Office of Evaluation (OED) is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from qualified individuals to conduct the independent final evaluation of the project "Global Sustainable Management of Tuna Fisheries and Biodiversity Conservation in the areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ)".
OED is looking to hire an evaluation team of 2 to 3 international and regional experts, with an appropriate balance of relevant technical expertise and experience in evaluation. Please find more information in the attached Call for Expression and at the following links:
Deadline for applications is Friday, 22 April 2016.
EVAL is pleased to share the seventeenth edition of i-eval Flash news with you. Through this triannual electronic bulletin we provide readers with updates, news and information on publications and upcoming events related to evaluation. You are invited to alert us about any news item that you wish to include in the next issue at EVAL@ilo.org.
Click here to read the latest i-eval issue.
UNICEF is advertising a new opening: M&E Specialist - P3 (FT) with Jordan Country Office, based in Amman.
This post will be primarily responsible for monitoring, namely: (1) programme performance monitoring in the complex humanitarian/resilience/middle-income country context, (2) tracking of situation of vulnerable children on a frequent basis, (3) real-time monitoring system for Makani and (4) dynamic field monitoring initiatives and exercises.
Candidates with strong programme monitoring experience in a humanitarian, complex emergency or refugee context, and with experience in leading or designing data collection and analysis methodology to track situation of children on the ground and frequent basis, are encouraged to apply.
Applications close: 13 Apr 2016 Jordan Standard Time
For more information and for submitting applications, kindly click on the following link: http://jobs.unicef.org/cw/en-us/#/job/493932/monitoring-evaluation-officer-p3-amman-jordan
RFPS No. 502234 for Evaluation of UNICEF Supply Division’s Supply Community Strategy - Response deadline latest by 23.59 hours (Copenhagen time) on 15 April, 2016
RFPS-DAN-2016-502234 – Evaluation of UNICEF Supply Division’s Supply Community Strategy - Response deadline latest by 23.59 hours (Copenhagen time) on 15 April, 2016
This Request for Proposal for Services (RFPS) is posted for the UNICEF Supply Division in Copenhagen.
Eligible and qualified service providers are encouraged to send in their proposal(s) by the response deadline.
Click here to open RFPS document (PDF).
There are still a fews days left for you to submit an abstract to the 12th EES Conference. Please do so!
What can you expect to experience in Maastricht?
The answer lies in rhe EES 2016 Conference theme - Evaluation Futures in Europe and Beyond: Connectivity, Innovation and Use It was developed through brainstorming with members geared to the identification of priority issues. It also built on your feedback from previous conferences. Three clusters of topics emerged and they inforned Conference programme design:
1. Building stronger partnerships by reaching out beyond existing contacts and traditional networks.
In the Maastricht Conference we wish to link to evaluation use and demand, connect with a variety of disciplines, sectors and professions, reach out to non-evaluators, etc. We also expect to build on the momentum Initiated in Dublin by the EES Emerging Evaluators thematic working group. New approaches, new ideas will be triggered as a result
2. Linking European evaluation to the global evaluation agenda
Based on Conference participants feedback we have put more emphasis on evaluation in Europe. We wish to define, explore, deepen our understanding of the European evaluation tradition as we look to the future. At the same time we wish to maintain the unique international character of EES conference, and explore the implications of the Global Evaluation agenda 2016-2020 and the post 2015 iSustainable Development Goals.
3. Creativity and Innovation
We will not do justice to the above priorities without new concepts, approaches and tools. This is where we need your ideas and your fulsome involvement. To facilitate participation we are planning free wheeling 'un-conference' sessions!
DO NOT MISS YOUR CHANCE TO BE PART OF THE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME AND SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT NOW!
Abstracts can only be submitted online. The Abstract Submission Deadline is 15 March 2016 (23:59 CET).
To access the online abstract submission system, please click here.
For more information on how to submit your abstract, please consult the Abstract Submission Guidelines available here.
BOOK YOUR HOTEL ROOM IN TIME
The 12th EES Biennial Conference will start on 26 September 2016 at MECC Maastricht. At this moment, there is a limited number of hotel rooms available in Maastricht and surroundings. If you have not reserved a hotel room, we advise you to do this shortly.
MECC Hotel Service is the official housing partner of the 12th EES Biennial Conference. We have selected the best hotels nearby MECC Maastricht . You can use our user-friendly online booking system to book a hotel quickly and easily at the best price.
If you have any questions, prefer not to reserve on-line or you need to reserve more than 9 rooms, please contact our service desk: firstname.lastname@example.org or +31 (0)43 38 38 361.
We look forward to welcome you at MECC Maastricht.
MECC Hotel Service Team
Please join UNEG, UN Women, & 3ie for a discussion on “Impact Evaluations: What are we learning from them that we wouldn’t otherwise?” Event details are below. Click the below image to be directed to the “Watch live” link on Tuesday, Feb 16th at 1:15pm.
Click here for a PDF version of this notice.
The Wageningen University Centre for Development Innovation in the Netherlands organises the 8th annual ‘M&E on the Cutting Edge’ conference on 17-18 of March 2016.
Partnerships for development are crucial. Global efforts have focused on the Sustainable Development Goals, as the issues being tackled are increasingly recognised as complex. Collective action is unavoidable as the post-2015 UN development agenda stresses. Multi-stakeholder partnerships (MSPs) are ‘a form of governance, a way in which groups of people can make decisions and take action for the collective good, be it at local, national or collective scale. They range from short consultation processes to multi-year evolving engagements, with more or less structure or formal organisational arrangements’. The enthusiasm for partnerships is not yet matched with solid understanding of when partnerships are needed and what their specific role is in sustainable development efforts. Neither is it clear how to monitor the functioning of partnerships, or evaluate their promised impact in creating value at multiple levels. Partnerships are not always effective, since conflicts arise, powers are abused, downward accountability hardly takes place, and learning and communication are often inadequate. Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) can help strengthen multi-stakeholder partnerships. M&E can support the learning and decision making processes, holding partners accountable or in assessing the functioning of partnerships and how they can reach more sustainable results.
This international conference is organised by the Centre for Development Innovation (CDI), Wageningen UR, and Learning by Design, in collaboration with the PPPLab. The two-day conference (17-18 March) will connect the realities of those working in practice with ideas from people who are thought leaders on the partnership topic. Workshops, clinics and presentations will ensure a lively and thoughtful opportunity to question one’s own practice and find inspiration for new ideas.
Visit the conference website for more information about the programme and registration.
EvalPartners has released the latest version of their online newsletter. Click here to read the January 2016 edition.
Tuesday, March 29th, 2016 at 9:00 am EST (Ottawa, Canada time)
(time zone converter)
The IOCE AGM will be held via webinar.
More details will follow in the coming weeks. Please share the date with your own VOPE members/network.
UN Women, Claremont Graduate University and IOCE, under the EvalPartners initiative, with support from The Rockefeller Foundation and in partnership with UNEG, OECD/DAC EvalNet, ALNAP, UNICEF, ReLAC, IPEN and EvalMENA, are pleased to announce the opening of the registration for the first 2016 cohort of the introductory e-Learning programme on Development Evaluation, which starts on 19 January 2016. In the previous rounds, almost 25,000 participants from 172 countries registered, with a satisfaction rate of 72%.
The e-learning is composed of the following courses:
· Equity-focused and Gender-responsive Evaluations
· National Evaluation Capacity Development for Country-led Monitoring and Evaluation Systems
· Emerging Practices in Development Evaluations
· Introduction to Evaluating Humanitarian Action
· Advocating for Evaluation
· Curso introductorio de evaluación para América Latina y el Caribe
· курс «Введение в оценку программ и проектов социальной направленности»
· دورة تعليمية باللغة العربية حول تقييم التنمية
In addition, you can also create/customize your own course by taking the 10 units you are most interested, or take a few units and not an entire course (however, in this case, you won’t obtain a certificate).
The e-learning is free and open to all interested evaluators. You may attend virtually from your personal or work computer anywhere in the world. The course includes on-line lectures, reading material and multi-choose tests. On successful completion of the e-learning course you will be able to print out a certificate of virtual attendance.
For additional information, watch the introductory video by Marco Segone (UN Women Evaluation Office Director, UNEG Chair and former EvalPartners Co-Chair) and Natalia Kosheleva (former IOCE President and former EvalPartners Co-Chair). For registration, visit http://mymande.org/elearning/.
Click here to read the article on the AEA website.
As the International Year of Evaluation Ends, EvalPartners looks to the future in this new special newsletter. This has been quite a year! The International Year of Evaluation was full of gatherings and events promoting evaluation. Over 88 EvalYear events took place all around the world. – The final event of EvalYear is held in Pakistan (Dec 30 and 31). This special issue of the newsletter is intended to share with the global evaluation community a record of just some of the many activities which took place during the last two months of this extraordinary year. The full list of EvalYear events is available on the website.
Click here to read the full newsletter.
Read Caroline Heider’s blog on why evaluation is important for gender equality.
The Sustainable Development Goals represent an ambitious development agenda towards the year 2030. Monitoring and evaluation will play a central role in ensuring and supporting effective compromise and implementation at country level. This major challenge also represents an opportunity to overcome gender blindness in evaluations that perpetuates and even reinforces gender inequalities. Reducing gender gaps is not only a matter of justice, but a key factor to boost development, productivity and poverty reduction.
The launch of Evalgender+ in Katmandu inspired a group of women from different Spanish-speaking countries to produce a DECALOGUE OF EVALUATION FROM A GENDER PERSPECTIVE. This Decalogue offers input to include a gender perspective in evaluations and to help avoid the evaporation and technocratization of gender issues in the policy and practice of evaluation.
We are pleased to share the Decalogue with the EvalGender+ community and invite all to give us your feedback and comments.
This is a contribution by:
Fabiola Amariles and Silvia Salinas (LA&C Network of Women in Management REDWIM),
Julia Espinosa and María Bustelo (Gender Group of European Evaluation Society EES),
Alejandra Faúndez and Marisa Weinstein (Gender, Evaluation and Human Rights group of LA&C Network of Evaluation ReLAC).
Spanish version: http://gendereval.ning.com/profiles/blogs/g-nero-un-desaf-o-de-calidad-para-la-agenda-de-evaluaci-n-2030
English version: http://gendereval.ning.com/profiles/blogs/gender-a-quality-challenge-for-the-2030-evaluation-agenda
The Independent Office of Evaluation of IFAD (IOE) has released its eleventh electronic newsletter. The aim is to promote transparency and share knowledge with partners and stakeholders about key developments related to IOE's work.
Click here to read the newsletter.
The International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) is a regional intergovernmental learning and knowledge sharing centre serving the eight regional member countries of the Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region – Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, Nepal, and Pakistan. (Read more)
After more than 30 years of growth in many dimensions, the Fifth Quinquennial Review (QQR), covering the period of 2011 to 2015, is scheduled for the first half of the year 2016. It will provide a timely opportunity to review past achievements, critical issues, and the current work programme, and to identify clear options for the future.
The purpose of the review is both to provide accountability to the Board, ICIMOD Support Group (ISG), and other stakeholders and to strengthen ICIMOD’s functioning based on the conclusions and recommendations of the review.
ICIMOD is seeking Expression of Interest from the consultancy firms for the QQR. Individual consultants don’t apply for this.
Please structure your Expression of Interest (EOI) in the following format and submit by 31 January 2016. Please download the TOR for the QQR for your ready reference.
Please view the ICIMOD website for more information.
Call for Proposals: Canadian Evaluation Society annual Conference June 5-8, 2016
The Conference Organizing Committee of the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) invites submissions from program evaluators for presentations at the annual conference which will be held in St. John's Newfoundland, Canada from June 5-8, 2016. Conference themes will explore the leading edge of evaluation in terms of approaches and methods, but also of technology, professionalization, influence, and culture.
Submission guidelines can be found here: http://c2016.evaluationcanada.ca/call-for-presentations-2016/
Deadline: January 15, 2016.
Bursaries for global south evaluators -- the CES Board of Directors has approved a small number of bursaries for successful RFP applicants from the global south to help offset the cost of travel. Eligibility for the $1,000 CDN award includes evaluators who :
. reside in one of the countries of the Global South (defined as medium or lower Human Development Index, http://hdr.undp.org/sites/default/files/hdr14-report-en-1.pdf, United Nations 2014 Human Development Report, Table 1, p. 160),
. have had a submission to the CES 2016 Conference accepted by the Scientific Review Committee, and
. have never attended a CES National Conference.
For more information contact email@example.com.
All the best,
Susan Hollett and Monique Campbell
CES Conference 2016 Co-Chairs
Appel d'offres: présentations pour le Congrès annuel de la Société canadienne d'évaluation le 5 à 8 juin, 2016
Le Comité organisateur du Congrès 2016 de la Société canadienne d'évaluation (SCÉ) invite les professionnels en évaluation, membres de la communauté universitaire et autres présentateurs à soumettre une proposition de présentation. Les thèmes du Congrès explorent la fine pointe des approches et des méthodes d'évaluation, mais aussi de la technologie, de la professionnalisation, de l’influence et de la culture.
Les directives pour soumettre une proposition se trouvent içi: http://c2016.evaluationcanada.ca/fr/appel-pour-propositions-de-presentations/
Échéance: 15 janvier, 2016
Subventions aux évaluateurs du sud -- le Conseil national de la SCÉ à approuvé quelques subventions pour les candidats retenus qui proviennent des pays en voie de développement, comme contribution à defrayer les coûts de voyage. Les critères d’admissibilité pour la bourse de 1 000 $ CDN sont les suivants :
. être un évaluateur résidant dans un pays du sud (c.-à.-d. ayant un indice de développement humain de la catégorie « moyenne » ou moins, selon le Rapport sur le développement humain des Nations Unies http://hdr.undp.org/sites/default/files/hdr14-report-en-1.pdf, Table 1, p. 160)
. être un évaluateur dont la proposition de communication au Congrès SCÉ 2016 a été acceptée par le Comité scientifique et
. n’avoir jamais assisté au Congrès national de la SCÉ.
Pour plus d'informations, soyez bienvenues à contacter firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Hollett et Monique Campbell
Co-présidentes du Congrès 2016 de la SCÉ
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During the last week of October, Bangkok was the site of three important evaluation meetings. Fortunately for us, we have an eyewitness report from each meeting. Thank you to these three experts for generously sharing what they saw and heard.
Read the full article here: http://www.eval.org/blog/international-policy-update-eyewitness-reports-from-three-important-meetings-in-bangkok
In the framework of the International year of Evaluation, invites you to the following two events:
The Role of Evaluation in Making the United Nations and UN Women Fit for the 2030 Agenda:
Monday, 14 December, 9.00am - 10.30am EST
Come to DNB Room 19-20, 19th floor, RSVP to email@example.com or join online here
Enhancing the Use of Evaluation to Support the Achievement of Gender Equality
Tuesday, 15 December, 9.00am - 10.30am EST
Come to DNB Room 19-20, 19th floor, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or join online here
Mark your calendars!
#EvalYear Twitter Chat: Moving Toward a Global Evaluation Agenda, 2016-2020
Wednesday, 11 November: 9:00am- 9:30am EDT
In culmination of the International Year of Evaluation and leading up to the EvalPartners Global Evaluation Week at the Parliament of Nepal, @unwomenEval with the support of @EvalPartners is hosting a live Twitter chat on leading the international evaluation community toward a global evaluation agenda from 2016-2020.
Join us on Wednesday, November 11 from 9:00am to 9:30am EDT for a lively discussion featuring Marco Segone @msegone, co-chair of EvalPartners, Chair of UNEG and Director, Independent Evaluation Office at UN Women, Natalia Kosheleva @kosheleva_nat, co-chair of EvalPartners and Ziad Moussa @lbziadmoussa, President of IOCE.
Tweet your questions and comments on a global evaluation agenda using the hashtag #EvalYear. Start asking your questions today and join us live on November 11, 9:00am EDT for answers!
The Algerian Evaluation Network was officially launched yesterday Tuesday October 20th at the Mercure Hotel in Algiers. The gathering was a good opportunity to organize a successful Information and Awareness Evaluation Day co-sponsored by UNDP and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Algeria. Several high-ranked officials from the various ministries as well as senior Policy makers, international and national experts, civil society representatives and development Partners attended this exceptional event. A Torch was lighted on this occasion. A presentation was made at this forum a paper on International Cooperation in the field of evaluation and underscored the role of IOCE and Evalpartners in this area.
This fantastic achievement would not have been possible without the big efforts exerted by the preparatory committee including dedicated Algerian evaluators and representatives of UNDP, especially Mrs Sana Al-Attar, Head of Support to the Program and Mrs Cristina Amaral, UNDP Resident Representative in Algeria. Special thanks to our Colleagues Ziad Moussa, Marie Gervais and Asela for their continuous encouragements and valuable support.