L’évaluation face aux nouveaux défis de développement
13-16 Déc. 2016
Le Réseau Francophone de l’Évaluation (RFE), créé en février 2013, sous l’égide de l’Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF), constitue un cadre institutionnel adéquat dédié à la promotion de l’évaluation dans l’espace francophone, en particulier dans les pays du Sud. Il rassemble dès à présent 21 sociétés nationales et réseaux nationaux d’évaluation. Le RFE mène actuellement de nombreuses initiatives de développement des capacités en évaluation, de plaidoyer auprès des décideurs publics, de mise en réseau des commanditaires et des évaluateurs au niveau francophone, de soutien à ses associations membres dans leurs activités de promotion de l’évaluation (consulter son portail : http://www.portail-rfe.org).
The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) is an agency of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), a group of private not-for profit, non-denominational international development agencies, institutions and programmes that work primarily in the poorest parts of Africa and Asia to improve the quality of life of communities in remote and resource poor areas. In East Africa, AKF works with partners to improve the quality of life by promoting and developing innovative solutions to challenges of development in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.
On 9th August 2016, Hon. Buddhika Pathirana submitted a motion proposing to the Parliament of Sri Lanka to have a National Evaluation Policy and evaluation system for the country. It was a historical day for our parliament and the great debate held was very interesting. His speech was excellent (the video will be available soon, but in Sinhalese). Then other MPs join the debate by supporting the motion. It was surprised to see how some MPs fluently talked about SDGs and evaluation. One MP had been in the occasion where SDGs were endorsed at UN. The minister responsible for M&E and SDGs made the final speech and mentioned that the government will take all necessary actions to strengthen evaluation including the National Evaluation Policy and implementation of SDGs. Our appreciation for Hon. Buddhika Pathirana for the historical move in the parliament. This was initiated by the EvalGender+ initiative in Sri Lanka and Parliamentarians Forum for Development Evaluation. Many thanks to Hon. Kabir Hashim, Chair of GPFE leading this and project team of the EvalGender+ initiative team. Hope this will be an encouragement for many other countries also to promote NEP through the parliament and parliamentarians.
The Asia-Pacific Evaluation Association (APEA) is pleased to announce that its inaugural international evaluation conference is now open for registration. Themed "SDGs: Making a Difference Through Evaluation", the Conference will be held in Hanoi, Vietnam from 21-25 November, 2016. Conference details and online registration are available at: www.asiapacific-evaluation.org/apeaconf2016
Accountable for effective coordination, management and engagement in research and dialogue for programme development. Conducts studies, data collection and analysis to fill information gaps and to strengthen capacity for advocacy for children's rights, and to support the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the World Fit for Children (WFFC) agenda.
Applications close: 12 Aug 2016 E. Africa Standard Time
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On August 4, 2016 a webinar was held by IOCE/EvalPartners providing an update on past P2P projects, updates on network initiatives and the dissemination of the Global Evaluation Agenda. As well, the new EvalPartners platform was rolled out as being a focal point of information for VOPEs. A Call for the next round of P2P2016 grant schemes was announced along with the mobility grant scheme. A recording and copies of the PowerPoint presentations are now available.
Thanks to a generous support from the Government of Finland, EvalPartners invites Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs) to apply for Peer to Peer grants for implementation of partnership projects jointly developed by at least two VOPEs. The idea is to encourage two or more VOPEs to form mutually beneficial partnerships with each other to promoted shared advice and learning.
The deadline for proposal submission is September 15, 2016 midnight GMT-12.
The purpose of this Request for Proposal is to enter into a contractual agreement with a successful bidder to carry out the End of Project Evaluation to assess whether Regional Support Team for Eastern and Southern Africa (UNAIDS RST ESA) is achieving impact through its programme titled “Expanded Accelerated AIDS Response towards HLM Targets and Elimination Commitments in ESA Region 2013 – 2017’.