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Your 'BEST' experience of engaging communities & stakeholders in Evaluation?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rituu B Nanda Nov 16, 2016. 9 Replies

Dear all,The Participation Evaluation and are we listening task force is working to have a deeper understand of participatory evaluations. Together we have come up with a query we would like to pose…Continue

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Rituu B Nanda replied to Josephine Tsui's discussion Your 'BEST' experience of engaging communities & stakeholders in Evaluation?
"Participation is the core of our work Posted by Jindra Cekan, PhD on October 9, 2016 at 1:31 in Seeking experiences & inputs(Change) Send Message   View Discussions Thank you Rituu and the whole community. A…"
Nov 16, 2016
Laura Hughston replied to Josephine Tsui's discussion Your 'BEST' experience of engaging communities & stakeholders in Evaluation?
"Hi again, I was told the links above have stopped working, apologies for that. Please find the links to the reports here: Cambodia: http://bit.ly/2fuSLjA Zimbabwe http://bit.ly/2f9vvqI Kenya: http://bit.ly/2frUCDd"
Nov 7, 2016
Laura Hughston replied to Josephine Tsui's discussion Your 'BEST' experience of engaging communities & stakeholders in Evaluation?
"HI Josephine, given that these were the very first experiences, I would say that the flexibility of the donor did play a part in giving management the confidence to allocate funding to something so experimental. Now that these three evaluations have…"
Nov 4, 2016
Josephine Tsui replied to Josephine Tsui's discussion Your 'BEST' experience of engaging communities & stakeholders in Evaluation?
"Thank you for replying Paramita, do you think key informant interviews, and ethnographic observations are the best way to ensure an evaluation is participatory? It seems those are the tools most often used. "
Nov 4, 2016
Josephine Tsui replied to Josephine Tsui's discussion Your 'BEST' experience of engaging communities & stakeholders in Evaluation?
"Thanks Jim for the response. I wonder though with the current frameworks of development, including donor dynamics how much we can really have communities lead evaluations. We all want evaluations to be community led but often the evaluations…"
Nov 4, 2016
Josephine Tsui replied to Josephine Tsui's discussion Your 'BEST' experience of engaging communities & stakeholders in Evaluation?
"Thank you Laura. How very interesting.  Do you think you were able to conduct this evaluation due to communication and flexibility with the donor? Is this something that can be replicated in the future with other donors? "
Nov 4, 2016
Rituu B Nanda replied to Josephine Tsui's discussion Your 'BEST' experience of engaging communities & stakeholders in Evaluation?
"Response from Jim Rugh, United States through email Evaluation approach and methodology should be guided by the need of the evaluation. For all community based projects, communities should take the lead in evaluation of the work that has been done.…"
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Paramita Banerjee replied to Josephine Tsui's discussion Your 'BEST' experience of engaging communities & stakeholders in Evaluation?
"Hello All, Thank you for this discussion and asking me to write in further detail to the queries posted here. Apologies for the delay, but I haven't missed the deadline yet, thankfully. Please find my responses below: 1. Your name, gender and…"
Oct 11, 2016
Laura Hughston replied to Josephine Tsui's discussion Your 'BEST' experience of engaging communities & stakeholders in Evaluation?
"How would you define ‘participation’ in evaluation? What does it mean for you? My best experience of participatory evaluation was an evaluation that was not only participatory but entirely led by a group of targeted beneficiaries.…"
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Query: Your BEST experience of participatory Evaluation

Dear all,The Participation Evaluation and are we listening task force is working to have a deeper understand of participatory evaluations. Together we have come up with a query we would like to pose the Gender and Evaluation community. Query: Your BEST experience of participatory Evaluation in the context of equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluationsThink about your BEST experience in Participatory Evaluation in the context of equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluations. Based on…See More
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Query: Your BEST experience of participatory Evaluation

Dear all,The Participation Evaluation and are we listening task force is working to have a deeper understand of participatory evaluations. Together we have come up with a query we would like to pose the Gender and Evaluation community. Query: Your BEST experience of participatory Evaluation in the context of equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluationsThink about your BEST experience in Participatory Evaluation in the context of equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluations. Based on…See More
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At 21:43 on September 15, 2014, Rituu B Nanda said…

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