Les 28 et 29 septembre 2017, s’est tenu à l’Hôtel Djêgba de Ouidah, l’atelier de formation sur l’importance du suivi et l’évaluation pour le contrôle parlementaire au profit des parlementaires béninois membres du Réseau APNODE. Cette formation a été conjointement organisée par CLEAR Afrique Anglophone (CLEAR AA) et le programme de coopération en évaluation « Twendé Mbélé ». […]
What’s the situation?
Twende Mbele has embarked on a project to examine the demand and supply of evaluators. Evaluations are becoming part and parcel of public service, with an estimated growth in demand of at least 300% over the next three years. […]
Introduction Over the years there has been a shift in the use of evaluations, from a donor dominated space to, in recent years, an increased use by both governments and parliaments. Parliaments represent the bridge [...]
A number of evaluation recommendations in government are not fully implemented due to a host of constraints, and thus the opportunity for learning and improvement are lost. These relate to time-constraints (delays in completing evaluations), [...]
In a recent panel discussion at the #Evidence2018 conference in Pretoria, South Africa, panellists from Benin, Uganda and South Africa, discussed how government institutions made use of evidence for better informed policy-making. The panel discussion [...]
By: Mokgophana Ramasobana and Nozipho Ngwabi The blog titled “Made in Africa Evaluation: Africa’s novel approach towards its developmental paths (Part 1) provided an historical overview on some of the initiatives proposed to pioneer the [...]