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Reflections on ‘Made in Africa Evaluation’

Writing from the recent Winter School course in Johannesburg, Elizabeth Asiimwe from Uganda gives us her thoughts on a core part of the curriculum: Made in Africa Evaluation. […]

By | August 24th, 2017|Blog, news|3 Comments

Processus D’adaptation Du Management Performance Assessment Tool (Mpat) Au Benin

INTRODUCTION Dans la perspective d’améliorer les services publics rendus aux populations, le Gouvernement de l’Afrique du Sud a établi une coopération pour obtenir des résultats significatifs. Ainsi, un outil novateur d’évaluation de la performance et de la gestion a été développé. Inspiré du modèle canadien, cet outil est dénommé « le Management Performance Assessment Tool (MPAT) » [...]

By | August 23rd, 2017|Blog, news|0 Comments

Online Theory of Change Course

Does monitoring and evaluation seem too technical? Are you grappling with logframes and indicators that don’t adequately tell the story of your programme? A Theory of Change (ToC) approach can help you situate complex social and development interventions. It is both a process and a product for explaining the various contributors to change, and the [...]

By | August 23rd, 2017|Announcements, event|0 Comments

Kenya hosts Twende Team

Last week, a Twende Mbele team missioned to Kenya and were hosted by the Monitoring and Evaluation Department (MED) in the National Government. The main objective was assessing how Kenya and Twede Mbele and move forward together. […]

By | July 14th, 2017|event, news|0 Comments

Twende goes to Ghana

A delegation made up of the Chair of Twende Mbele, the CLEAR-AA Director and the South African Country Coordinator, Dr Ian Goldman, Dr Laila-Ruth Smith and Ms Rendani Manugu, respectively, undertook a scoping trip to Ghana to explore areas for deeper partnership. […]

By | June 26th, 2017|event, news|0 Comments

Peer learning strengthens African evaluation methods

The African Evidence Network (AEN) recently published a short article on the work of Twende Mbele, with a specific focus on our peer-learning model and our work at the AfrEA conference in Kampala, Uganda earlier this year. "There was a widespread recognition of the value of peer learning to ensure the SDGs reflect an African [...]

By | May 25th, 2017|news|0 Comments