Category Archives: Kampala Evaluation Talk

Young and Emerging Evaluators: The YEE Program

Evaluation’s vital goal is to contribute to sustainable and equitable development. This goal can only be achieved through production of high-quality evaluations that meet standards (utility, feasibility, propriety, accuracy, and accountability). However, the pool of skilled evaluators is shallow and demand far exceeds supply. The challenge is “how can we increase national or regional capacity to produce high-quality...
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Kampala Evaluation Talk -May

You are invited to attend this month's Kampala Evaluation Talk due to take place on 25th May at 2:00PM. The venue will be communicated soon Theme: Concept note proposing a YEE’s program that will increase technical evaluation capacity nationally and inclusion of YEEs Presenter: Ms. Theodorah Mwolobi Brief of Presentation I will present a concept note proposing a Young and Emerging Evaluator’s...
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Beyond Technical Skills Training: The Impact Of Credit Counselling On Entrepreneurial Behavior Of Ugandan Youth

According to the International Labor Organization’s Annual World Employment and Social Outlook report released in August 2016, about 71 million youth aged 15-24 years are unemployed globally. Approximately 38 percent of the world’s young people, still struggle to subsist in most dire circumstances despite being gainfully employed. The poverty rate of the working population...
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