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Evaluations that Make a Difference

Have you participated in a great evaluation , or been involved in an evaluation that influenced peolple's lives and/or led to social betterment?

Submit your story by May 5, 2014 for a chance to have your evaluation profiled and published in an international collection of stories about evaluations that make a difference

The winning stories will be further developed using engaging story development techniques.

The result will be a collection of powerful and evocative narratives that can act as an inspiration to others, which will be published and shared worldwide during EvalYear 2015. 

Complete the Story Submission Form

 

 

 

  

5 May 2014

 

New Impact Evaluation Support Facility (i2i)

DFID launches a new Impact Evaluation Support Facility called Impact Evaluation to Development Impact (i2i).

This new Facility is a joint effort by DFID and the World Bank’s Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) Initiative, which aims to reduce poverty and scale up development results.

The detailed agenda is to follow.

In order to secure your place at the event, please confirm attendance as soon as possible.

VenueLondon, UK

 

 

 

 

23 May 2014

 


The Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) 

holds the 2014 National Conference on the conference theme :

35 Years: Celebrating Contributions to Canadian Evaluation

CES invites evaluation professionals, members of academia, students, and other potential presenters to submit a presentation proposal by 10 January 2014.

VenueOttawa, Canada

 

 

     15 to 18 
         June
         2014

 

11th European Evaluation Society (EES)
Biennial Conference 

As the evaluation discipline endeavours to contribute to a more equitable society it will be called upon to assert its independence, reach out to partners and empower disadvantaged groups through participation. These are the overarching themes to be addressed at the Eleventh EES Biennial Conference.

Preconference workshops: 29 to 30 September 2014

Venue: Convention Centre Dublin, Ireland

  

 

         1 to 3 

       October
         2014

 

 17th meeting of the DAC Evaluation Network (Members only)

 

Mark your calendars for the next meeting of the network in Paris on 19-20 November 2014

Venue: OECD headquarters, Paris, France

 

      19 to 20
      November
         2014

   

Miscellaneous News

 

The year 2014 marks the 20th commemoration of the Rwandan Genocide which lead to the launch of the Joint Evaluation of Emergency Assistance to Rwanda to draw lessons from the Rwanda experience. The whole effort would be guided by a 38-strong Steering Committee representing the international aid community.

Download the joint evalaution from on DEReC.

 

The UN Women Independent Evaluation Office

has recently launched the Gender Equality Evaluation Portalan inter-active hub for gender evaluations, in which 300+ evaluations on gender equality policies, programmes and projects from different stakeholders and countries are available for free access.

The portal is framed around the 12 Areas of Concern outlined in the Beijing Platform for action, and further classified by evaluation type. It hosts evaluations completed between 2004 to present, published in English, Spanish, French and German. The Gender Equality Evaluation Portal has been designed to be dynamic, open-content knowledge management system, where additional gender equality evaluations - and resources and tools – can be uploaded by users by registering

 

EvalPartners, IOCE and UNWOMEN

in partnership with UNEG, OECD Development Assistance Committee Network on Development Evaluation, UNICEF, Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland and USAID are pleased to inform that the new publication “Advocating for Evaluation: A toolkit to develop advocacy strategies to strengthen an enabling environment for evaluation” is now available for free download.

 

The Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation (NPE)

was officially launched on 13 March.  The NPE is a group of academics, analysts and researchers working collaboratively with practitioners to develop innovative, cost-effective and applicable methodologies for better evaluation of peacebuilding programmes. NPE’s goal is to build upon the recent strides that have been made in the field of peacebuilding evaluation and strengthen the use of more innovative tools in order to tackle the challenges still facing the field.

 

 

Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies advertised.

 

Development jobs websites

Aid Workers Network

This website has links to a number of websites useful in finding development assistance jobs, or recruiting personnel for such jobs.

American Evaluation Association

The Job Bank provides a free service for those seeking and those offering evaluation jobs (donations are requested to help defray the costs of the service.) The site is specifically used for the annual AEA evaluation conference.

Communication Initiative

A listing of open posts in development and communication organisations.

Devex

A leading global membership organization serving firms, non-profit organizations, and individual professionals working in the international development market.

Eldis Jobs

Job posting service free to any development related organisations.

Evaluation Group of the World Bank Institute (WBIEG)

WBIEG's current vacancies & consultant database


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The Paris Declaration Evaluation Phase 2 Team named Recipient of the American Evaluation Association 2012 Outstanding Evaluation Award

This evaluation focused on implementation of Paris Declaration Principles rather than a specific project or program. The evaluation of The Paris Declaration initially documented how its many principles were being implemented and operationalised; then later assessed results on the ground, in policy development and more broadly. A final report summarised, analysed, and synthesized more than 50 studies in 21 partner countries and across 18 donor agencies, as well as several studies on special themes. “The evaluation process was participatory and consultative among partner countries, donors, and international organization participants,” notes Michael Quinn Patton, a pioneer in the field of evaluation who nominated the work for the Outstanding Evaluation Award.

 

 


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