Evaluation and COVID19

Originally posted on intelligent measurement:
There have been many useful and interesting articles on how evaluation can adapt and cope with the current COVID19 pandemic. Here is a collection of what I’ve found to date: Practical tools/advice: Conducting phone-based surveys during COVID 2019 A quick primer on running online events and meetings Covid-19 crisis: how…

Evaluation to connect national priorities with the SDGs

A new guide for evaluators and evaluation commissioners working on the Sustainable Development Goals was launched in New York. It offers a timely ‘real life’ introduction to assessing progress on the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs at national level. The guide suggests that SDG evaluation can only make a difference if it is integrated into… Read More Evaluation to connect national priorities with the SDGs

Forum on Strengthening National Evaluation Capacities for the Africa We Want – Addis Ababa, December 2019

Forum on Strengthening National Evaluation Capacities for the Africa We Want: Towards evidence-based Agenda 2063 and SDGs Reporting UNICEF’s Evaluation Office and the UNICEF Liaison Office to the African Union & UNECA partnered with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) to launch a three-day Forum in Addis Ababa from 10 to 12 December 2019, involving government… Read More Forum on Strengthening National Evaluation Capacities for the Africa We Want – Addis Ababa, December 2019

What is rigorous impact evaluation? DEval video

Experimental and quasi-experimental impact evaluations: While not being the “gold standard” in development evaluation, they are nevertheless a great tool to measure impact and outcome of development interventions – even more if theory-driven and including qualitative components. … here is the English version of a recent DEval video. Rigorous impact evaluation has only been used… Read More What is rigorous impact evaluation? DEval video

Evaluation and Complexity in the SDGs Era – Webinar Part 2

UNICEF Evaluation Office and EVALSDGs are pleased to announce the Webinar: “Evaluation and Complexity in the SDGs Era” Part 2  Presenter: Michael Bamberger Discussant: Dorothy Lucks – EVALSDGs Co-Chair Moderator: Kassem El-Saddik – EVALSDGs Vice Chair Tuesday, 28 May 2019, 9:00-10:30am (EST) Webinar will start at 9:00am sharp. Find your local time here. Click here to join the meeting. Please note that this… Read More Evaluation and Complexity in the SDGs Era – Webinar Part 2

UNICEF/EVALSDGs webinar Evaluation and Complexity in the SDGs era

Dear Colleagues Thank you very much for participating in the UNICEF/EVALSDGs webinar “Evaluation and Complexity in the SDGs Era”  – Part 1, held on 9 April 2019. Please find below the link to the webinar recording, presentation and  complexity checklist Webinar recording “Evaluation and Complexity in the SDGs Era” Part 1 Presentation Complexity Checklist As… Read More UNICEF/EVALSDGs webinar Evaluation and Complexity in the SDGs era

UNICEF’s Evaluation Office and EVALSDGs, are pleased to announce a webinar on Evaluation and Complexity in the SDGs era – Part 1.

EVALSDGs The webinar will be delivered by Michael Bamberger. Florence Etta and Dorothy Lucks will act as moderator and discussant respectively.The Webinar has been scheduled for   Tuesday, 9 April 2019, 9:00-10:30am (EST)Part 2 of the webinar will be done in 2 monthsClick here to join the meeting:  Join The WebinarFor more information please see flyer View… Read More UNICEF’s Evaluation Office and EVALSDGs, are pleased to announce a webinar on Evaluation and Complexity in the SDGs era – Part 1.

A framework for context analysis

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Here is an interesting tool to help with context analysis: ‘Context Matters’ framework – to support evidence-informed policy making.  The tool is interactive and you can view the different elements from various perspectives. Designed to support the use of knowledge in policy-making, it could also be of interest to researchers…