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Message from VOPE to members

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Student evaluation case competitions are an excellent mechanism for developing evaluation capacity. They give students a hands-on experience with evaluation of a program or policy. This practical experience increases their understanding of the importance of evaluation and, in some cases, may be the starting point for a professional career in our discipline.

RFE - FIFE 2019

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Le Forum International Francophone de l’Evaluation (FIFE) est un événement qui rassemble près de 300 participants-es, en provenance d’une trentaine de pays. 

2019 WECC Team Recruitment

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Do you want your country to be represented in an international event where teams of students compete in analysing a case involving evaluation of a program or policy? 
 
The 2019 World Evaluation Case Competition is now open for applications.

Claremont Evaluation Professional Workshops in 2019

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We are excited to announce that this August, Claremont Evaluation Center is offering its annual Professional Development Workshops, which provide working professionals and students with world-class practical and theoretical training in evaluation and applied research.

Translating commitments into actions - Engagement of the Parliament of Tanzania in the development of a National Evaluation Policy

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On 27-28 April 2019, the Parliament of Tanzania – a founding member of the African Parliamentarians Network on Development Evaluation (APNODE) and one of the 7 Parliaments in Africa that were signatories to the 2014 Yaounde Declaration of African Parliamentarians on Evaluation – collaborated with the Tanzania Evaluation Association (TanEA) to organize a workshop on the roles of parliamentarians in the development of national evaluation policy. The event was supported by UNICEF, as a partner of the Tanzania Evaluation Association (TanEA). One of the main objectives of the workshop is to support the Parliament of Tanzania to translate the commitments made in Yaounde Declaration into actions. Fifty six parliamentarians from 12 Parliamentary Committees participated in the meeting.

Terms of Reference for Development of e-learning Module on DRG Evaluation

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International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation
EvalPartners Global Initiative
Terms of Reference for Development of e-learning Module on DRG Evaluation

Calling applications from qualified consultants for this assignment until 6th June 2019.

EvalPartners, formed by the International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE) and the UN, is an innovative partnership whose members are Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs). Together, these partners strive to influence policymakers, public opinion, and other key stakeholders into recognizing the need on effective evaluation as necessary to any important decision. EvalPartners has credibly demonstrated its capacity to bring together organizations from across the globe in order to enhance evaluation capabilities of VOPEs and individual members. Since 2013, EvalPartners and its partners have been working to promote and develop evaluation as a mainstream tool to be used by policymakers and decision-makers everywhere.

Terms of Reference for Development of Toolkit Module on DRG Evaluation for the VOPE Toolkit published by IOCE

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International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation
EvalPartners Global Initiative
Terms of Reference for Development of Toolkit Module on DRG Evaluation for the VOPE Toolkit published by IOCE
Calling applications from qualified consultants for this assignment until 6th June 2019.

EvalPartners, formed by the International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE) and the UN, is an innovative partnership whose members are Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs). Together, these partners strive to influence policymakers, public opinion, and other key stakeholders into recognizing the need on effective evaluation as necessary to any important decision. EvalPartners has credibly demonstrated its capacity to bring together organizations from across the globe in order to enhance evaluation capabilities of VOPEs and individual members. Since 2013, EvalPartners and its partners have been working to promote and develop evaluation as a mainstream tool to be used by policymakers and decision-makers everywhere.

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