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 administrator, evaluators, university, students Our Association does somes activities like public advocacy, training, knowledge Management etc.

Seneval is member of AFREA and RFE. In 2013 we have a beneficiary of P2P who supported by Evalpartners. In october 2014 Seneval had organize FIFE (international evaluation francophone forum ) with RFE (Réseau Francophone de l'Evaluation)

Sorry for my english mistakes, I speak better in french 

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Comment by Mike Hendricks on February 3, 2015 at 8:48

Hi, Fatou, from Mike Hendricks. I am currently the representative from the American Evaluation Association (AEA) to both the IOCE and to EvalPartners, and I want to thank you for your very informative posting about Seneval. Also, please don't be shy about writing in English. It is very clear what are you saying, and believe me, your English is much, much better than my French!

I also want to congratulate Seneval on your impressive growth. To be only 2 years old and to have 450 members -- wow! That tells me that you and your colleagues are doing a wonderful job. Good for you.

Forgive me if you have seen this document before, but AEA has developed a short (only 10 pages of text) document titled "An Evaluation Roadmap for a More Effective Government". It has been very influential within the federal government in the USA, and it describes how evaluation should work at the federal level. Perhaps there is nothing in this document that is relevant for your situation, but since you say that Seneval is promoting evaluation at the national level, I will let you decide if there is anything useful here. You can download the document at http://files.eval.org/download/231.472?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJBU23EXMI...

Thank you again for your excellent posting, and good luck as you move forward.

Best,        Mike Hendricks

Comment by Oumoul Khayri Ba-Tall on February 2, 2015 at 8:45

Great, wonderful Ndéye Fatou, your english is fine...merci beaucoup. As Rituu said, I also encourage more french speakers to write in french from time to time, so that they can deliver the message very clearly, and our non-french speakers can always use google to translate. I am also a member of the SenEval, altough I leave in Mauritania (and also member of the national evaluation association here called AMSE), but I participate to their activities often. SenEval has great potential, and I hope we will be able to develop most of it, in particular in the EvalYear.

Comment by Rituu B Nanda on January 12, 2015 at 15:13

Thanks for sharing. Great to learn what work is being done by the evaluation association in your country. In a short time it has done considerable work. Feel free to share in French. I am part of Community of Evaluators South Asia. I am the member of Enabling Environment Task team where we have come out with Evaluation policy framework. Warm greetings!!

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