Monthly Archives: June 2016

Uganda to Host the 8th AfrEA conference on 27th Mar 2017

27th March 2017 - Mark your  calendar We have the honor to announce that AfrEA Board has just completed the selection process of the country that will host the 8th International Conference of the African Evaluation Association. This process began in April 2016 and ended in june 2016. After analyzing the results and on the basis...
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Promoting the Use of Evidence for Improving Policy Implementation

A two day dissemination workshop and two days of training were held at Silver Springs Hotel with the aim of strengthening evidence based decision making and promoting the use of evidence for improving policy implementation. Additionally, the facilitators 3ie and the Office of the Prime Minister organized a two day training under the theme “Introduction...
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EvalYouth Virtual Conference 2016 ­ Concept Note

Virtual EvalYouth Conference 2nd December 2016 – Bringing together young and emerging evaluators (YEEs) to discuss how to build bridges in Evaluation (link). EvalYouth was officially launched in November 2015 in Nepal, Kathmandu. EvalYouth was represented by 23 young and emerging evaluators (YEEs) who played an active role in the EvalPartners global evaluation event, and...
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South Africa’s National Evaluation Policy Framework

Why evaluate?
  • Improving policy or programme performance (evaluation for continuous improvement): this aims to provide feedback to programme managers.
  • Evaluation for improving accountability: where is public spending going? Is this spending making a difference
  • Improving decision-making: Should the intervention be continued? Should how it is implemented be changed? Should increased budget be allocated?
  • Evaluation for generating knowledge (for...
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