Evaluation des programmes de développement

15th Network Meeting Documents

 

Members of the DAC Network on Development Evaluation meet every eight or nine months in Paris to discuss common concerns, share evaluation findings and identify opportunities for collaboration. On the occasion of the 30 year anniversary of the first meeting of the DAC’s subsidiary body on evaluation, the kick-off session looked at “The DAC Evaluation Network at 30: Accomplishments, Evolution & Future Challenges”. Niels Dabelstein (Consultant & former Chair of the Network) presented a report on the history of the group, its past accomplishments, how the work programme has evolved over time and future challenges facing evaluation and the Network. A full summary record of the proceedings is available below:

 

DAY ONE: Tuesday 18 June 2013

 

   OPENING REMARKS

  • Opening remarks by Martyn Pennington – Chair of the DAC Evaluation Network
  • Opening remarks by Caroline Heider - DGE and Senior Vice President, IEG, World Bank Group

 

IV. THEMATIC SESSION ONE: Evaluation of targeted programmes for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)

V. THEMATIC SESSION TWO: Evaluation of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs)

30th Anniversary of the DAC Evaluation Network:

 

12th Lessons from the OECD DAC:

 

 

DAY TWO: Wednesday 19 June 2013

 

I. OPENING SESSION

II. BUILDING A CULTURE OF EVALUATION

III. UPDATES ON ON-GOING WORK AND PROPOSALS FOR FUTURE COLLABORATION

IV. MULTILATERAL EFFECTIVENESS

V. SUPPORTING EVALUATION CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT

VI. OTHER BUSINESS

 

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