Evaluation and lessons learned

Watch keynote M&E speakers

Country-led M&E systems. Better evidence, better policies, better results

January 2010

Building results-based M&E systems 


Building a country-wide M&E system in Sri Lanka


Dhara Wijayatikale,Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Plan Implementation, Sri Lanka.

November 2009

Building results-based M&E systems 

Monitoring & Evaluation in South Africa

Indran Naidoo - Deputy-Director General, Office of the Public Service Commission, Republic of South Africa.[PPT]

 

October 2009

Developing evaluation capacities 

Developing evaluation capacities

Caroline Heider, Director, Office of Evaluation, World Food Programme [PPT]

 

 

September 2009

Tools to strengthen Country-led M&E systems.  Good practices in using DevInfo

Tools to strengthen Country-led M&E systems.  Good practices in using DevInfo

Marco Segone, Senior Evaluation Specialist, UNICEF Evaluation Office

 

 

Tools to strengthen Country-led M&E systems.  Good practices in using DevInfo

Nicolas Pron, Global DevInfo Administrator [PPT]

 

 

Tools to strengthen Country-led M&E systems.  Good practices in using DevInfo

Farhod Khamidov, M&E Specialist, UNICEF Tajikistan [PPT]

 

Previous Speakers

June 2009

Country-led M&E systems. Better evidence, better policies, better results

Enhancing evidence-based policy making through
Country-Led M&E Systems

Marco Segone, Senior Evaluation Specialist, UNICEF Evaluation Office [PPT]

 

The role of national, regional and international evaluation organizations
in strengthening country-led M&E systems

Oumoul Ba-Tall, President, IOCE [PPT]

 

Country-led Development EvaluationThe Donor Role in Supporting Partner
Ownership and Capacity

Hans Lundgren, Manager, OECD/DAC Network on Development evaluation [PPT]

 

Country-led impact evaluation: A survey of development practitioners

Denis Jobin, Vice President, IDEAS [PPT]

 

 

The country led evaluation (CLE) paradox

Robert Picciotto, King’s College, and former Director General, Evaluation, World Bank [PPT]

 

 

May 2009
Where is development evaluation going?

Where is development evaluation going?

Robert Picciotto, King’s College, and former Director General, Evaluation, World Bank [PPT]


 

 

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