If you have tested innovative child and youth-centred evaluation methods in West and Central Africa during some of your pastevaluations, we ask you to kindly emailus your contribution in Word format (Times New Roman 11-Three pages max. in length) by providing the following information: •Your first and last name, •Country of residence, •E-mail address, •The name of the country in West and Central Africa where the evaluation was carried out, •More details on child and youth-centred methods that you would like to share, •The lessons learned whileusing the method(s)in question, and •any other suggestions on how this method could be improved in the future.
Please send your contribution in English, French, Spanish or Portuguese by February 20, 2020to [email protected] indicate "Child and Youth Centred Methods Competition" in your emailsubject line. Amongst allthe contributionsreceived by UNICEF, the 10 most innovative will be shortlisted and the respective authors will win a 3-year AfrEA membership. In addition, the three best contributions will be posted on the evaluationsite of the UNICEF Regional Office for West and Central Africa.