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As you may already know, a growing number of evaluation associations and other important organizations around the world have declared 2015 as the International Year of Evaluation (EvalYear). But what does this mean for those of us in…Continue
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A major challenge in the fight against vaccine-preventable death and disease is the limited evidence on innovative and successful community engagement approaches for expanding immunisation coverage in countries with low or stagnating vaccination rates. To address this challenge, the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) invites you to share your ideas on this short 10-minute survey…Continue
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On final day of the Evalweek, about 25 people came together to reflect on the learning through the Eval week in India. Sindhushree Khullar CEO of the National Institution for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog chaired the closing event of Evalweek part of EvalYear celebrations in India.…Continue
I am passionate about participatory practices. I was excited when my office Institute of Social Studies Trust with Restless Development and CMS organised a half day session on Participatory Evaluation. This was part of EvalYear celebrations. About 25 participants attended the session and deliberated on different issues around Participatory Evaluation. Mallika Samaranayake and Rajib Nandi took the lead in…Continue
Cross posted from http://www.comminit.com/global/content/power-policies-and-socialgender-relations-can-evaluations-change-equation, January, 20, 2015
In the year 2013, the UN Evaluation Group decided to join EvalPartners in declaring 2015 as the International Year of Evaluation. The year 2015 was identified as a…Continue
Expressions of interest from researchers and implementing agencies for participation in a consultative workshop on increasing immunisation coverageContinue
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(The quote is borrowed from Marco's address)
I got to learn from diverse group of participants – from the government, academia, NGOs, UN, researchers and evaluators:
Marco’s presentation on gender and equity focused evaluation. He began his presentation with power walk exercise. Provoked us to think how development can…Continue
2015 has been declared as the International Year of Evaluation (EvalYear). National Institute of Labour Economics Research and Development (Formerly IAMR) and Programme Evaluation Organisation, NITI Aayog, Government of India are organising a five day EvalWeek to celebrate EvalYear 2015. A group of partners are supporting NILERD in organisation of this event.
Topics of focus- One of the topic that need…
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Query: Challenges to integrate gender equality into evaluation (Cross posting of Gender and Evaluation community with National Evaluation Capacities NEC community, UNDP)
Query poser: Paola De Orte
List of respondents: Jolanda, Minal Mehta, Paola De Orte shared Rakotonandrasana’s response, …Continue
I come from India. I would like to share some thought on some of my thoughts on barriers to integrating gender equality within national evaluation systems in my context When a government scheme is formulated by a Ministry, it is appraised by the Project Appraisal and Management Division of the Planning Commission. There is a standard guideline for Appraisal which looks at target group and area, scheme relevance, cost-effectiveness, budget available, institutional capacity, monitoring and…Continue
Hi, i'm fatou a tresuarer of SENEVAL (Senegalese Evaluation Association) since 2012. I 'm a consultant on Evaluation since 2010. I'm an ingenior on Project Management and I had worked 10 years in non gouvernment organizations. I was a monitoring and evaluation officer.
SEneval is a young organization create in october 2012. it promotes public evaluation policy and evaluation culture in the national level.
Seneval has 450 members who have different profile (public…Continue
Hi. I am George Grob, an evaluation consultant focusing on policy development and advocacy. During 40 years of Federal service, mostly in the Department of Health and Health and Human Services), I learned that policy makers (Members of Congress and high level executives) are very interested in evaluations. They especially like observations, real life stories, and field reports.…Continue
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Ritu, I would like to extend my apologies for delay to write this blog post.
Integrating knowledge management with gender mainstreaming indicator and with M&E system has been topic of great interest. Gender focal points and KM focal point are incomplete in the absence of strong and robust monitoring and evaluation system. There is need to develop comprehensive list of indicators depending on nature of the project design, outputs, outcomes and Impact. The finalized comprehensive…Continue
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