Some members of Gender and Evaluation community met informally in small groups wherever it was possible. We also attended each others sessions and learned and shared. Some members like Susan…Continue
yEES! 2018 Competition Free registration for this year’s EES conference Evaluation for More Resilient Societies The European Evaluation Society will offer a free entrance at the 2018 EES conference…Continue
We, in the EvalGender+ management group, are reaching out to understand what has worked in trainings on Equity focused and Gender Responsive (EFGR) Evaluations. This information would help to design…Continue
Dear Members,I would like to review and put together a resource pack of papers/reports on gender-aware MLE approaches, that might be useful for our work. I was wondering if you had any suggestions on…Continue
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‘Ownership’ of evaluation & evaluative mindset in communities – key to achieving the goal of No one left behind
We often use the term community participation in evaluation but do we reflect enough on the degree and depth of this engagement?“Use of participatory tools alone do not guarantee ‘ownership’. Evaluation can be a largely extractive process of getting data from the communities…did the communities have a say in what data has to be…Continue
I presented at EES conference but more importantly learned from brilliant professionals from around the world.
Nicest thing was the informal meet ups between members of Gender and Evaluation community. see pictures https://gendereval.ning.com/forum/topics/european-evaluation-society-conference-informal-meet-ups ;…Continue
(I had the opportunity to attend a session Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs) during recently held #EvalColombo2018. Florence Etta facilitated the panel comprising of Oscar A. Garcia, Soma De Silva, and Stefano D’Errico)
I did not know much about the VNRs. After the session I decided to read about the VNRs. Here is what I have read including what I learned from the panelists. Thanks a lot to all the four in the panel and those who responded during Q&A from whom I…Continue
Enjoy this short and crisp video from Marco Segone, chair United Nations Evaluation group, who shares the 5 good things that happened in terms of Evaluation in the year 2016 and priorities in 2017 . Thanks to Marco Segone, Jin Zhang and UNEG Secretariat for the video.