Evaluation and good practices

Inter-Agency Working Groups

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Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action (ALNAP)
ALNAP is a network working to improve learning and accountability in the international humanitarian system. Representatives are drawn from a mix of policy, operations, evaluation and monitoring sections of organisations involved in humanitarian action. Consequently it represents a unique structure with considerable potential for developing and introducing new thinking and approaches within the sector. The network brings together 43 full members including bilateral and multilateral donor organizations; UN agencies and departments; NGOs and umbrella organisations; the international Red Cross and Red Crescent movement; and selected consultants, academics and research institutes. UNICEF is a Full Member represented by the Evaluation Office. The network's Secretariat is housed within the Overseas Development Institute.

The Network's Evaluative Reports Database on evaluations of humanitarian action is fully searchable, with key sections and summary information. The Useful Resources database has fully searchable bibliographic listings, documents and links to relevant web sites.

Development Assistance Committee (DAC)
The DAC is the principal body through which the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) deals with issues related to co-operation with developing countries. DAC work on aid evaluation is carried out primarily by the Network on Development Evaluation. This is the only international forum where bilateral and multilateral development evaluation experts meet regularly.

This site provides access to the DAC Evaluation Abstracts Database. The database contains evaluation abstracts that various international development organizations have agreed to make available to the general public.

Also available in French.

United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG)
The UN Evaluation Group (UNEG) was established in January 1984 (originally under the name of the Inter-Agency Working Group on Evaluation). Its objective is to provide a forum for the discussion of evaluation issues within the UN System and to promote simplification and harmonization of evaluation reporting practices among UNDP and the executing agencies. UNDP chairs UNEG and provides the Secretariat facilities. 


 

 

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