The Drosos Foundation is seeking Egyptian consultants to carry out a final evaluation for the project “Hope Opportunity” implemented by the Alliance for Arab Women (AAW).
Further details on the assignment including application procedures are in the attached ToR (click here). Please note that the deadline for submitting the technical and financial proposals is October 10th, 2017.
UNITAR, together with the Claremont Graduate University and the Claremont Evaluation Centre – New York, are launching an Executive Leadership Programme in Evaluation and the Sustainable Development Goals (ELPE).
The ELPE’s overarching objective is to build evaluation leadership capacity to support the voluntary national review and follow-up process of the SDGs, as well as to contribute to the implementation of resolution 69/237 on building national evaluation capacities and EvalPartners’ Vision 2020. Consisting of some 100 learning hours, the Programme stands out from many other initiatives by its focus on leadership and its blended approach, which combines a series of online learning modules on the 2030 Agenda with face-to-face skills development workshops and a month of individualized follow-up coaching and mentoring by the Programme’s diverse and highly regarded faculty.
The 2018 Annual Conference program committee is seeking dynamic speakers for 3 or 6 hour pre conference masterclass workshops (Wednesday, May 9, 2018) and 75 minute conference breakout sessions (Thursday, May 10 and Friday, May 11, 2018).
Bridging the Strategic Execution Gap
Across sectors of our disrupted economy, there is growing awareness that, as key leaders formulate strategy for their organizations, a gap in understanding, performance, and execution often occurs for those charged with implementing the initiatives flowing from the strategy. This gap invariably translates into unwanted costs, lost opportunities and the failure to execute.
The 2018 Conference is an opportunity to invite professional colleagues from related disciplines to join with us to establish a better understanding of the strategy execution gap. From this shared understanding, we are looking for new insights, tools and techniques that will help each profession bridge their vector of the gap.
Submission deadline: Friday, October 13 at 5 PM ET
Type of notice: Request for proposal Title: Corporate Thematic Evaluation of UN Women’s contribution to Governance and National Planning fully reflecting accountability for gender equality commitments and priorities UN organization: United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women Reference: RFP/UNWOMEN/2017/00060 Published: 11-Sep-2017 Deadline: 05-Oct-2017 15:00
The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) is seeking proposal(s) for a Corporate Thematic Evaluation of UN Women’s contribution to Governance and National Planning for fully reflecting accountability for gender equality commitments and priorities.
What is this course about?
This training course aims to enhance participants’ understanding of how to commission, manage and monitor evaluations. It will increase your ability to design, manage and monitor the evaluations – funded with or without EU funds – conducted by your organisation.
The main aim is not to train participants as expert practitioners, but to put them in a position where they are confident to commission and manage evaluations, understand the basics of certain tools and approaches, and are able to consider the advantages and disadvantages that justify the use of some above others. Consequently, they will be able to design briefs for (internal or external) evaluators, interact with them competently and assess the quality of their work.
In particular, the seminar should help participants understand the two most prominent approaches to evaluation today: counterfactual (also known as experimental or quasi-experimental) approaches, and theory-based approaches. The seminar will demonstrate in practical terms what counterfactual approaches can and cannot do and the conditions in which they can be used. It will also show how theory-based approaches can provide a good alternative when such conditions are not met and discuss ways in which the two approaches can be combined.
Click here to visit the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) website for more information about this seminar.
Organisation: UNHCR Title: Evaluation Synthesis: UNHCR Cash Based Interventions (CBIs) in Jordan Location: Home based Duration: October – December 2017 Contract Type: Consultancy: 1 Team Leader and 1 Team Member (Junior Consultant) Closing date: 12 September 2017