Guidelines for Remote Evaluation – From practice for practice
Discussion Paper of the Subgroup on Remote Evaluation of the
Working Group on Evaluation of Development Policy and Humanitarian Aid,
Gesellschaft für Evaluation e.V. (DeGEval)
Since the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, remote evaluations have been part of everyday practice in the evaluation of development cooperation and humanitarian aid programs. Remote and semi-remote evaluations mean “remote-controlled” evaluations without on-site expert teams, or “partially remote-controlled” only with national evaluators on site. In this handout, practitioners have put together tips and suggestions for planning and implementation. The document is aimed at evaluators and clients.