Extensive course: Developing M&E systems that balance accountability and learningCapturing essential quantitative and qualitative changes of your programme has become increasingly important. Learn how to design a Monitoring and Evaluation system that goes beyond tracking activities. Show results and make sure your system also enables genuine learning by all actors. This course provides you with relevant, practical and participatory M&E methodologies and tools to boost your programme and…See More
The African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) is pleased to announce that the 9th AfrEA International Conference 2019 will be taking place on 11 – 15 March 2019 in Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire. This conference is the premier event in the African Evaluation sector and acts as the foundation for promoting and advocating AfrEA’s “Made in Africa” approach, and allows knowledge sharing, collaboration and networking with a wide range of international organisations and individuals.The theme for this conference…See More
Stories are vitally important to global health efforts. Learn a new methodology for measuring the impact of storytelling in this engaging webinar. Researchers will share findings from a recent evaluation of Family Planning Voices, a global storytelling initiative led by…See More
With your preference you could try Inter-University Council of East Africa - https://www.iucea.org
It is a an institution under East Africa Community -EAC (Regional Economic Community) under the mandate of East African Secretariat.
https://imgssl.constantcontact.com/letters/images/sys/S.gif" class="CToWUd"/>This Virtual Dialogue aims to articulate theories of change for training for gender equality; and how feminist pedagogical principles can be applied to training to evoke such change. The unique event will draw together an exceptionally broad audience, including the 1,600 members of the Training Centre's Community of Practice (CoP), experts, practitioners, researchers, academics and development organisations in a…See More
GAP (the GFAR-facilitated "Gender in Agriculture Partnership"), organizes a webinar (Oct 4th) on three on-going initiatives to mainstream sex-disaggregated data and gender indicators in national agricultural censuses and surveys, and in agricultural development projects.The discussion will focus on (a) conceptual and methodological issues, (b) capacity building in statistical and agricultural research institutions, and (c) how to ensure that policy makers and planners receive and act on these…See More
"Good piece Ranjani.your question is valid "Are gender-transformative evaluations in conflict situations different from similar evaluations in other settings?" Yes, an add on is that when carrying out the gender-transformative evaluation…"
Thanks for the Link provided. I read through and now i can say i have gained knowledge on what is feminist evaluation and it approaches and the difference between feminist evaluation and gender approaches in evaluation. It was very…"
Measuring and demonstrating impactWith the rise in results based management, measuring and demonstrating changes caused by your interventions is becoming increasingly important. How do you prove that your projects have an impact? Many find it a challenge to define this. There are now various approaches and methods to collect and analyse impact data. Let us guide you how to select the methods most suitable and cost-effective for your organisation. Quantitative or qualitative, online or offline,…See More
"What's needed more-Tools, methodologies or Training?
In a systemic evaluation, evaluations should consider all these as not independent but interdependent of each other. Thinking systematically and holistically since they all interrelate.…"
"The Best example of a partnership between two organizations addressing gender equality - is in Kenya under a project granted by Embassy of Sweden in Nairobi through a local Development partner Act Change Transform and a community civil society…"