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Marco Segone: Preparing for 2015 International Year of Evaluation

Message from Marco Segone 

Dear colleagues,

 2015, the International year of Evaluation (EvalYear), is approaching quickly. We have the pleasure to share with you (Attachment) a proposed strategy to make 2015 EvalYear a success by levering the existing EvalPartners movement.

We invite you to lead an EvalYear 2015 process in your own country and organization. Please share your ideas with Marco Segone and Natalia Kosheleva, EvalPartners co-chairs, and Asela Kalugampitiya aselakalugampitiya@yahoo.ie , EvalPartners coordinator.

Best regards

Marco Segone and Natalia Kosheleva, EvalPartners co-chairs

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Comment by Shraddha Chigateri on November 18, 2014 at 19:57

Dear Ranjani- thank you for this suggestion- it is a good idea which ISST will consider- we can possibly tie this in with a policy seminar that we are planning for March/April 2015. On another note though, as far as I am aware, the IOE is no longer functional, so it will have to be with the involvement of other government officials.

Shraddha

Shraddha

Comment by Ranjani K.Murthy on November 7, 2014 at 12:56
I would like to suggest a discussion in India in 2015 on "Learning from, and strengthening of, government managed evaluations from a gender and equity lens". I am wondering if this could be a joint event of ISST (which manages engendering project through evaluation), Independent Office of Evaluation, and UN Women. If ISST could mull over this it would nice
Comment by Anna Maria (Miek) van Gaalen on October 20, 2014 at 22:12

I would like to suggest the formal creation of a programme of traineeships. Any vacancies for evaluators requires multiple years of experience, and it is very hard to get that experience if you have not gone through the formal credential procedures which are very expensive and again require experience. SO, as an emerging evaluator i am finding myself in a bit of a vicious circle where it is difficult to apply all  the valuable things I have learned from the M and courses E and BetterEvaluation. I would love to contribute to the creation of such a traineeship system, where experienced evaluators in different fields accompany or supervise emergent evaluators.

Thank you.

Miek van Gaalen

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