"Thanks for your response,I am wonder if you can create a link,group discussion on skype under coordination for communication like a forum so that we can make exchange, again the topic is very crutial and discussion could help to get…"
Let's brainstorm in which way we can collaborate. From october I will be responsible for the Gender and Water Alliance network (about 1500 members around the world from which 500 very active) and have as mission to reactivate the…"
Four VOPES (Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation) representing three regions from the Global South developed a 7-month project to produce a curriculum and guidelines for mainstreaming a Gender Transformative approach into evaluation through capacity building (CB), based on existing best practices and innovative ways to develop technical and leadership competencies for application of the approach.See More
Let your M&E strike the right balance between learning and accountabilityCapturing the essential quantitative and qualitative changes of your programme has become increasingly important. But how can we ensure our M&E system goes beyond proving results and enables genuine learning by all programme actors? This course empowers you with relevant, and participatory M&E approaches and tools to boost your organisation’s accountability, decision-making and learning practises.Course…See More
"Thank you Rituu for sharing the lessons learnt from Australian Evaluation i have few comments:
1.The usage of Picture in Evaluation is the application of Utulity: Really does it match with the reality we wont to achieve? or not?
2.It is the way of…"
Call for abstracts deadline June 15 2015 The International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS), established in 2002 has more than 750 members from more than 70 countries. The theme for Assembly is “Evaluating Sustainable Development”. Themes IDEAS envisages the following presentation streamsEducationHealthEquity and GenderClimate ChangeImpact6. M&E Systems and capacity developmentA limited number of grants will be available to support presenters from developing countries to…See More
Let's brainstorm in which way we can collaborate. From october I will be responsible for the Gender and Water Alliance network (about 1500 members around the world from which 500 very active) and have as mission to reactivate the network to a dynamic knowledge platform to respond to the increasing challenges related to Gender Water and Climate Change. All support is welcome!