Monthly Archives: May 2018

Diagnostic Study On Demand And Supply Of Evaluators In Uganda Validation Workshop

By Doris Kembabazi Uganda, as with many African countries, exhibits a need to expand its existing pool of evaluators to ensure supply matches local demand and enable emerging evaluators to enter the market with fewer restrictions. This has been the focus of a recent Twende Mbele study, looking at the factors that influence change demand [...]

By | May 25th, 2018|Announcements, Blog|0 Comments

Etude Diagnostique D’evaluation Des Performances De Gestion Du Service Public Au Benin

By Prosper Houssou Depuis les années 1999, le Bénin est passé de la gestion axée sur les moyens à la gestion axée sur les résultats. Cependant, après près de vingt ans d’expérience le système de gestion du service public au Bénin reste perfectible. Dans ce contexte et au regard des expériences des pays tels que [...]

By | May 25th, 2018|Announcements, Blog|0 Comments

Evidenced Based Policy Making and Implementation Course: The Ugandan Chapter

By Doris Kembabazi There is an increasing pressure on policy makers to develop more effective policies to best direct and manage resources in more focused and efficient ways that result in improved implementation and outcomes. Evidence-based policy-making is an approach that has become increasingly prevalent in recent years in Africa. It is based on the [...]

By | May 24th, 2018|Announcements, Blog|0 Comments

Etude Diagnostique De L’offre Et De La Demande D’evaluation Au Benin

By Prosper Houssou L’étude diagnostique de l’offre et de la demande d’évaluation au Benin, est focalisée sur le marché de l’évaluation avec ses forces et faiblesses, la capacité de l’offre en matière de services d’évaluation, la taille du marché de l’évaluation ainsi que les moyens pour parvenir à un équilibre entre l’offre et la demande [...]

By | May 23rd, 2018|Announcements, Blog|0 Comments

Building the Right Agency for institutional Reform: Adaptation of the MPAT in Benin and Uganda

By Aisha Ali   Setting the broader context: The need for institutional reform Institutional reforms have become the focus of many development programs within developing countries. On the whole, the portfolio of World Bank funds dedicated to large-scale institutional reform programs has grown by up to 80% since the 1990s. This is mainly because of [...]

By | May 10th, 2018|Announcements, Blog|0 Comments