Category Archives: Kampala Evaluation Talk

Collaborating, Learning, and Adapting (CLA) Specialist, USAID/Uganda Strategic Information Technical Support Activity, Uganda

SI is a subcontractor for a USAID Strategic Information Technical Support Activity. The activity will facilitate, promote and enhance evidence-based programming and reporting in Uganda’s heath system, with particular focus on its response to HIV/AIDS epidemic. This will be a multi-year contract up to five years....
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The 2030 Agenda and evaluation: opportunities and challenges for parliamentarians

National parliaments are crucial in ensuring the 17 Goals in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development are meaningfully translated into national policies and programmes that improve citizens’ lives. Parliamentarians are responsible for making national government accountable and should therefore be strong advocates for using evaluation in policymaking. They can also help lead efforts to develop...
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Modern Methods for Data Collection: Application for SDGs

The KET for July was Video Conference from Tanzania Evaluation Association presented by Mr. John Kajiba. The presentation captured important areas like
  • Modern ways of data capturing
  • Software used for modern data capturing
  • Compeering CAPI and PAPI
  • Advantage of Modern data capture to SDGs
Click here to download the full presentation...
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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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