AfrEA: Developing Evaluation Capacity to advance Africa
African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) is a non-profit umbrella organisation of national monitoring and evaluation associations and networks operating in Africa, as well as a leading source of quality evaluation methodologies essential for individual evaluators in countries where bodies do not exist.
Founded in 1999 with the main aim of building evaluation capacity in Africa; AfrEA focuses on sharing knowledge and sustaining evaluation communities as cornerstones for the continent’s development. AfrEA strongly believes that developing a substantial African evaluation community comprised of national networks working closely with interested regional and international partners is the key to eradicate Africa’s widespread poverty, social and political exclusion, as well as the marginalization of African people.
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Ten Reasons why parliamentarians should engage in National Evaluation Policy process
MODEL NATIONAL EVALUATION POLICY WITH KEY ELEMENTS 'Yaounde Declaration"
Capacity Development opportunity: United Nations Learning Exchange Internship: Read more
Opportunity for researchers in Algeria, Ethiopia, Ghana and Madagascar- Jan-Feb 2015:
There is a short assignment for researchers to support an evaluation in the area of capacity strengthening in disaster risk reduction. View more details here : Read more
Expression of Interest:
UNICEF’s Evaluation Office is in the process of commissioning an end-of-programme evaluation for the Peace building, Education and Advocacy Programme (PBEA). The evaluation will commence in the first quarter of 2015. Eligible institutions (consulting firms, research institutes universities) evaluation teams or vendors with similar capacities are hereby requested to completed the attached form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org by 24th November, 2014 at 5:00pm (New York time). Read more
Systematic Reviews Call 7
Promoting Girls' Education in Benin : Read more
CLEAR-AA responds to the increasing demand for M&E evidence within African states: Read more
SEMINAR- CLEAR FRANCOPHONE : Séminaire de suivi et éval uation axés sur les résulta ts de l’initiative CLEAR
CLEAR Francophone is organizing a seminar in collaboration with 2iE based in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso as a follow up to strengthen the expertise of evaluation practitioners. The meeting is slated for December 08-19, 2014. View detailed programme here : Read more
IV ReLAC Conference, March 2015
Annual Conference of the Canadian Evaluation Society :
Annual Conference of the Canadian Evaluation Society, Montréal, Québec, May 25-27 2015
Global Evaluation Week, hosted at the Parliament of Nepal,30 November – 4 December 2015
EvalPartners, the global movement to strengthen national evaluation capacities for equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluation systems, in partnership with Parliamentarian Forum for Development Evaluation, Community of Evaluators South Asia, IOCE and UN Women, is pleased to announce the Global Evaluation Week to commemorate the International Year of Evaluation (EvalYear) and to launch the 2016-2020 Global evaluation agenda. : Read more