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The purpose of this evaluation is to inform decision-making and provide evidence-based recommendations on how to strengthen and sustain current girls’ and women’s education initiatives undertaken by UNESCO. The evaluation will also generate evidence on UNESCO’s performance in specific interventions implemented with the aim to improve education outcomes for girls and women, and to promote gender equality in education.
The principal objectives of the evaluation are to:
i) Ascertain the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, results and sustainability of initiatives
spearheaded by UNESCO to advance girls’ and women’s education.
ii) Clarify the strategic role and positioning of UNESCO in supporting girls’ and women’s education
at regional and country levels.
iii) Provide conclusions and actionable recommendations that can shape future programming and
implementation by UNESCO of initiatives aiming at girls’ and women’s education.
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The Evaluators’ Institute (TEI)
In June and July!
TEI is teaming up with the AEA for this year’s American Evaluation Association Summer Institute in Atlanta! Learn more about our pre-conference course on Culture and Evaluation and special workshop deliveries by TEI Faculty.
Our biggest delivery of 2017 will be coming soon to the DC Metropolitan Area! TEI invites you to explore course descriptions and information for our flagship July program at https://tei.cgu.edu/events/july-2017-program/. Early bird and group discounts are available, so reserve your spot today!
This series is perfect for evaluation professionals who are looking to improve their skills and credentials. All courses build towards our TEI Certificates in Evaluation.
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The FAO Office of Evaluation is seeking expression of interest from consultants in communication.
Contract duration: 3 months (probation) + 8 months
Vacancy No. IRC3967
Deadline for Applications: 10 April 2017
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New training is available from Versed Professional Services:
Results Based Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Projects Training
Training on Effective Monitoring & Evaluation for Public and Donor-Funded programmes
Training on Participatory Monitoring & Evaluation (PM&E) for Development Projects/Programmes
Project Design, Proposal Writing and Fundraising Training
Monitoring & Evaluating, Accountability and Learning Training
UN Women is recruiting an EVALUATION TEAM LEADER to undertake a rapid assessment of UN Women-Cameroon’s Humanitarian Project. The short evaluation exercise is commissioned by the Country Office (CO) as both a summative and forward-looking exercise aimed at supporting the CO and national stakeholders' strategic learning and decision-making. The purpose is to quickly determine the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency of the programme in delivering its intended outcomes.
Specifically, the evaluation seeks to take stock of programme achievements, challenges and opportunities; verify the continued relevance of the programme; assess the programme design, objectives, strategies and implementation arrangements and draw lessons learned and provide forward-looking options to inform the next round of project implementation, if any.
Interested candidates should apply online as explained here: at https://jobs.undp.org/cj_view_job.cfm?cur_job_id=70807
Job Number: 503132 | Vacancy Link
Location: Programme Division, UNICEF NYHQ
Work Type : Consultancy
If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.
UNICEF’s Programme Division in New York is looking for a qualified professional to reconstruct a Theory of Change narrative of the BAI, and provide recommendations for the future evaluation of the BAI.
The full TOR (purpose, objectives, scope, methodology, timeframe, etc) can be found here: https://www.unicef.org/about/employ/?job=503132
Interested candidates may apply online through the link above. Closing Date 8 Mar 2017 Eastern Standard Time
The Department of Family, Gender and the Life Course (FGL) of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) is looking for consultant(s) for the evaluation of the Regional Immunizations Program.
FGL welcomes proposals from individuals with past experience evaluating Immunization Programs, who are fluent in English and Spanish and are willing to travel to the region. Candidates should identify the evaluation approach, research design and methodology for responding to the key questions (as described in the attached documents). Interested candidates should send a copy of their CV to Maite Vera, Tel: (202) 974-3731, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Welcome to the first newsletter of the EvalGender+ Network. EvalGender+ Network is a global partnership to promote equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluation with a "no one left behind lens". It was officially launched at the Global Evaluation Week held in November 2015 at the parliament of Nepal.
The network is managed by the Management Group which consists of representatives from regional VOPEs and partners. There are five Task Forces actively working on key action areas. We invite all interested evaluation professionals to join hands with Task Forces and the EvalGender+ Network for promotion of equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluation in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Hope you enjoy reading the newsletter.
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