In August 2014, InsightShare trainers traveled to Moldova as part of an external evaluation in partnership with Impact Ready on the Women's Economic Empowerment global portfolio of UN Women.
Our trainers supported a local team made of government staff and rural women to listen to 54 women and men in Riscani district. The women and men themselves selected and filmed six most significant stories of change. The local team then analysed the stories and provided some…
New issue of EES connections is now out and available at http://www.europeanevaluation.org/resources/connections.
Happy to see brief article on ISST panel on meta evaluations, page 11
The AEA was a great learning experience for me, to listen to a diverse range of evaluators and evaluation methodologies.…Continue
The International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) will soon be issuing a call for a scoping study on innovations to increase immunisation through community engagement in GAVI-eligible countries. The scoping study will include an evidence gap map. To be on the mailing list for the scoping study call, please email email@example.com with ‘scoping study’ in the subject line.
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"What peasant and grassroots women want is to build a feminism pertinent to their realities." -Pamela Caro.
November 4, 2014
Dr. Pamela Caro, Santiago, Chile
Interview Taken and Edited by Deepa Panchang and Beverly Bell
Pamela Caro is a director of the…Continue
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CoE – SA’s recent publication, Making Evaluation Matter is now available for purchase.
This is a first-of-its-kind collection of writings by evaluation professionals working in South Asia. It analyses and documents the status of and challenges for, development evaluation in this region.
The collection covers three critical dimensions of making evaluation matter in development processes and change in South Asia-context, methods and use. The chapters draw on a depth of…Continue
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