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Mapping of activities/institutions/capacities in Evaluations with equity & equality focus

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The report on Mapping of Capacity Development Resources in the field of evaluation is from the Capacity Building Task Force constituted by EvalGender+ Management Group in April 2016 with three co chairs- Rashmi Agrawal, Julia Espinosa ,Tatiana Tretiakova which was joined by about 50 members . The report has been developed by Rashmi Agrawal, BVLN Rao*, and Neha Kumra* (*Evaluation Community of India members). The process of mapping involved wide range consultations and collection of information.…See More
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"Three publications have come out of ISST's project - Engendering Policy through Evaluation: Uncovering Exclusion, Challenging Inequities and Building Capacities, supported by the IDRC and Ford Foundation. These publications are - 1.…"
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"Dear Rashmi, Thank you very much for your work! I shared the Gender and Evaluation Mapping that we done in the Gender&Evaluation TWG of the European Evaluation Society. Please, find below extra contributions: VOPES/organisations who have…"
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I am co-chairing the Capacity Building Task Force of EvalGender+ management group. We aim to map the existing activities/institutions/capacities available across the world in the area of Evaluations with equity and equality focus and note the constraints. An Action plan would be prepared to deal with constraints. We have developed…See More
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Mapping of Capacity Development Evaluation Resources

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The report on Mapping of Capacity Development Resources in the field of evaluation is from the Capacity Building Task Force constituted by EvalGender+ Management Group in April 2016 with three co chairs- Rashmi Agrawal, Julia Espinosa ,Tatiana Tretiakova which was joined by about 50 members . The report has been developed by Rashmi Agrawal, BVLN Rao*, and Neha Kumra* (*Evaluation Community of India members). The process of mapping involved wide range consultations and collection of information.… Continue

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EvalPartners has teamed up with Universalia, a Canadian management consulting firm, to launch the EvalStory campaign. Eval story has posted my video sharing here with due credit to Universalia and Evalpartners.

Here is my story and experience from India. Hope you enjoy it

Evaluation Community of India (ECOI) has been launched!

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Ms Sindhu Khullar, CEO Niti Aayog (former Planning commission of India) launched the Evaluation community of India on 16th October 2015 in Delhi. A. K. Shiva Kumar a development economist and professor and Dr P K Anand, Senior Consultant,DMEO, were present on this occasion. In this video Ms Rashmi Agrawal (Director NILERD) shares how the ECOI came into being and what are its future aspirations. ECOI will be hosted by Institute of Social Studies Trust.  Find ECOI on facebook…

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What should be the Global Evaluation Agenda 2016-2020?

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A roundtable consultation was organized on September 26, 2014 by Institute of Applied Manpower Research (IAMR), New Delhi, India in collaboration with national Planning Commission, Government of India to deliberate on the challenge as to how the global evaluation community can contribute to ensuring that evaluations play a key role in planning and implementation of policies and programmes for attaining future sustainable development goals at national, regional and international levels.  The…

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