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Documents about the last 3 events

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The GPFE is delighted to share with you three documents with detailed information about the last events that have taken place and have envolved parliamentarians from our initiative. These are:

  • 2 side events (one jointly with UNDP) during the High Level Political Forum 2016 on “No one left behind”.
  • The 5th EvalMENA General Assembly and evaluation conference held in Tunis (Tunisia) between May 10-14, 2016. The event was tweeted live.
  • A TA training was delivered in Burkina Faso took place from June  27 to June 28, 2016 at. Two stakeholder’s groups benefitted from the workshop:  The first group included the members of Burkina Faso monitoring and evaluation network, representatives of gender group in the ministries. 2- The second group was composed of parliamentarians and the officers of the Ministry of Women, National solidarity and Family and also members of Burkina Faso M & E network.

Hope you all enjoy the reading and join us for more!

EvalPartners Newsletter #28 July 2016

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It is our pleasure to share EvalPartners Newsletter #28!

You may find information about the past events held in New York City (High Level Political Forum), Burkina Faso (Training on Evaluating SDGs with Equity Focused and Gender-responsive lens), and our Video Campaign “Parliamentarians for Evaluation).

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Parliamentarians for Evaluation Campaign: Week 10

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Please watch the tenth video of the GPFE’s Parliamentarian for Evaluation campaign promoting the use and demand of evaluation work from the perspective of parliamentarians around the world. This video is from Hon. Pol Ham, Parliamentarian from Cambodia. Let’s watch here what Hon. Pol Ham wants to share with the global evaluation community.

In parallel to the release of this video, we specially invite Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs) and evaluation professionals to engage parliamentarians in the campaign. Please contact Jérôme Gandin, Campaign Manager jeromegandin@yahoo.it for personalized invitations to parliamentarians and the campaign team for further support. For further information about the GPFE, please contact Ada Ocampo, aocampo@unicef.org or Asela Kalugampitiya aselakalugampitiya@yahoo.ie.

If you are interested to join hands with EvalPartners initiative to promote enabling environment for evaluation in line with the Global Evaluation Agenda 2016-2020, please write to Asela Kalugampitiya at aselakalugampitiya@yahoo.ie

REMINDER

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Dear All,

On behalf of the Global Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation (GPFE), we are delighted to invite you to join us at the third webinar ‘National Evaluation Policies (NEPs) taking place on July 21, 2016 at 9.00am New York time.

Webinar Panelists

Key note speaker – Hon. Ananda Prasad Pokharel

Member of the Legislature Parliament of Nepal from Dolakha District, Cabinet Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation of Nepal, Steering Committee Member of the GPFE, Leader of the National Parliamentarians Forum for Development Evaluation Policy in Nepal

Discussant – Dr. Barbara Rosenstein

Chair – Israeli Association for Programme Evaluation, Author of the “Mapping NEPs”

Moderator – Ms. Ada Ocampo

Senior Evaluation Adviser – UNICEF Evaluation Office, EvalPartners Management Group Member, Vice Co-chair EVALADGs Network, Steering Committee Member of the GPFE

 

Webinar Description

2015 was a year of global transformation, in which the new Sustaina­ble Development Goals (SDGs) were launched. Evaluation plays a strategic role in policymaking as credible national evaluation systems can help to achieve sustainable, gender-responsive and equitable development goals and strategies. During this webinar distinguished parliamentarian from Nepal Hon. Ananda Prasad Pokharel will discuss the importance of national evaluation policies from parliamentarian point of view and its contribution in promotion of good governance, transparency, learning from experience as well as challenges in establishment and implementation of national evaluation policies and effective mitigation strategies based on Nepal example, while Dr. Barbara Rosenstein will bring more technical views on the topic.

 

Webinar Registration

You are welcome to register for the webinar at: http://goo.gl/forms/qngMZaKkbtqrqhFF3. The registration is open up to July 20, 2016. Once registered you will be provided with the webinar link.

For more information on webinar, please contact GPFE Webinar Managers, Katerina Stolyarenko, katya.stolyarenko@gmail.com and Isha Miranda, ishamiranda2011@gmail.com.

Looking forward to see on the third webinar!

 

Sincerely,

GPFE Team

Parliamentarians for Evaluation Campaign: Week 9

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Please watch the ninth video of the GPFE’s Parliamentarian for Evaluation campaign promoting the use and demand of evaluation work from the perspective of parliamentarians around the world. This video is from the Khulisa Management Services through USAID’s African Strategies for Health project, who has interviewed a group of five Parliamentarians from Africa so as to contribute to the GPFE’s campaign.

Hon. Muntaka Mubarak (Ghana), Hon. Roger Nkodo Dang (Cameroon), Hon. Rachel Shebesh (Kenya), Hon. Shitaye Minale (Ethiopia) and Santosh Vinita Kalyan (South Africa) particularly answer the following question: Given the SDG/ Agenda 2030 calls for “no one left behind”, how should national policies be evaluated with a social equity and gender equality lens? What are the mechanisms to ensure that “no one is left behind” in the process? Let’s watch here what these five African Parliamentarians want to share with the global evaluation community. 

In parallel to the release of this video, we specially invite Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs) and evaluation professionals to engage parliamentarians in the campaign. Please contact Jérôme Gandin, Campaign Manager jeromegandin@yahoo.it for personalized invitations to parliamentarians and the campaign team for further support. For further information about the GPFE, please contact Ada Ocampo, aocampo@unicef.org or Asela Kalugampitiya aselakalugampitiya@yahoo.ie.

If you are interested to join hands with EvalPartners initiative to promote enabling environment for evaluation in line with the Global Evaluation Agenda 2016-2020, please write to Asela Kalugampitiya at aselakalugampitiya@yahoo.ie

“Parliamentarians for Evaluation” Campaign

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“Parliamentarians for Evaluation” Campaign

Parliamentarians EvalStories to Promote Demand and Use of Evaluation

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Please watch the ninth video of the GPFE’s Parliamentarian for Evaluation campaign promoting the use and demand of evaluation work from the perspective of parliamentarians around the world. This video is from the Khulisa Management Services through USAID’s African Strategies for Health project, who has interviewed a group of 3 Parliamentarians from Africa so as to contribute to the GPFE’s campaign.

Hon. Rachel Shebesh (Kenya), Hon. Shitaye Minale (Ethiopia) and Santosh Vinita Kalyan (South Africa) particularly answer the following question: Given the SDG/ Agenda 2030 calls for “no one left behind”, how should national policies be evaluated with a social equity and gender equality lens? What are the mechanisms to ensure that “no one is left behind” in the process? Let’s watch here what these five African Parliamentarians want to share with the global evaluation community. 

In parallel to the release of this video, we specially invite Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs) and evaluation professionals to engage parliamentarians in the campaign. Please contact Jérôme Gandin, Campaign Manager jeromegandin@yahoo.it for personalized invitations to parliamentarians and the campaign team for further support. For further information about the GPFE, please contact Ada Ocampo, aocampo@unicef.org or Asela Kalugampitiya aselakalugampitiya@yahoo.ie.

If you are interested to join hands with EvalPartners initiative to promote enabling environment for evaluation in line with the Global Evaluation Agenda 2016-2020, please write to Asela Kalugampitiya at aselakalugampitiya@yahoo.ie

Training workshop on Evaluating sustainable development goals within an equity-focused and gender responsive lens in Burkina Faso

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The Burkina Faso Monitoring and Evaluation Network (RéBuSE) organized from July 27 to June 2, a training workshop on «Evaluating Sustainable Development goals within an equity-focused and gender responsive lens. The workshop took place in the conference room  of the International Institute for water and sanitation (2IE).

The workshop, co-led by Ms Soukeynatou from FALL UNICEF and Mr. Alexis Salvador Loye as a representative of EvalGender + aims to strengthen the capacity of stakeholders on how to design, conduct, manage and use equity-focused and gender responsive evaluations.

Approximately eighty (80) participants from different institutions have participated in the workshop which was held in two sessions. Participants came from ministries, civil society oragnization, national assembly and the Burkina Faso monitoring and evaluation.
According to the representative of Parlemantarians, honorable Alexandre Sankara, the workshop is a great opportunity to learn more about evaluation and to use evaluation for the decision making in the daily works of parlemantarians. They engaged to institutionalize evaluation in Burkina Faso and evaluation will be a key element for the assessment of government programs.

Many thanks to IOCE, EvalPartners, UN WOMEN, EvalGender+, UNICEF, 2IE for their support to implement the project in Burkina Faso.

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Parliamentarians for Evaluation Campaign: Week 8

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Please watch the eighth video of the GPFE’s Parliamentarian for Evaluation campaign promoting the use and demand of evaluation work from the perspective of parliamentarians around the world. This video is from Hon. Olfa Soukri Cherif, Parliamentarian from Tunisia. Let’s watch here what Hon. Soukri Cherif wants to share with the global evaluation community.

In parallel to the release of this video, we specially invite Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs) and evaluation professionals to engage parliamentarians in the campaign. Please contact Jérôme Gandin, Campaign Manager jeromegandin@yahoo.it for personalized invitations to parliamentarians and the campaign team for further support. For further information about the GPFE, please contact Ada Ocampo, aocampo@unicef.org or Asela Kalugampitiya aselakalugampitiya@yahoo.ie.

If you are interested to join hands with EvalPartners initiative to promote enabling environment for evaluation in line with the Global Evaluation Agenda 2016-2020, please write to Asela Kalugampitiya at aselakalugampitiya@yahoo.ie

Meet a Parliamentarian: 3rd Webinar

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The Global Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation (GPFE), is delighted to invite you to join us at the third webinar ‘National Evaluation Policies (NEPs) taking place on July 21, 2016 at 9.00am New York time.

Webinar Panelists:

Key note speaker – Hon. Ananda Prasad Pokharel

Member of the Legislature Parliament of Nepal from Dolakha District, Cabinet Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation of Nepal, Steering Committee Member of the GPFE, Leader of the National Parliamentarians Forum for Development Evaluation Policy in Nepal

Discussant – Dr. Barbara Rosenstein

Chair – Israeli Association for Programme Evaluation, Author of the “Mapping NEPs”

Moderator – Ms. Ada Ocampo

Senior Evaluation Adviser – UNICEF Evaluation Office, EvalPartners Management Group Member, Vice Co-chair EVALADGs Network, Steering Committee Member of the GPFE

Webinar Description

2015 was a year of global transformation, in which the new Sustaina­ble Development Goals (SDGs) were launched. Evaluation plays a strategic role in policymaking as credible national evaluation systems can help to achieve sustainable, gender-responsive and equitable development goals and strategies. During this webinar distinguished parliamentarian from Nepal Hon. Ananda Prasad Pokharel will discuss the importance of national evaluation policies from parliamentarian point of view and its contribution in promotion of good governance, transparency, learning from experience as well as challenges in establishment and implementation of national evaluation policies and effective mitigation strategies based on Nepal example, while Dr. Barbara Rosenstein will bring more technical views on the topic.

Webinar Registration

You are welcome to register for the webinar at: http://goo.gl/forms/qngMZaKkbtqrqhFF3. The registration is open up to July 19, 2016. Once registered you will be provided with the webinar link.

For more information on webinar, please contact GPFE Webinar Managers, Katerina Stolyarenko, katya.stolyarenko@gmail.com and Isha Miranda, ishamiranda2011@gmail.com.

Looking forward to see on the third webinar!

Sincerely,

GPFE Team

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