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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 ». (more…)
The role of civil society cannot be overlooked. Different waves of developmental changes have created stark changes in the demand and supply levers of the political economy and in this sense, civil society holds a crucial role in the promotion of good governance through the rule of law and human development. (more…)
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. (more…)
Reflection on the National Evaluation Policy Development Workshop hosted by Twende Mbele – Elizabeth M. Asiimwe
Institutionalising evaluations among African Countries: what do we learn from each other?
“Since the early 1990s, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) has seen a steep climb within Africa, in terms of practice, profession and academic study. As a field of practice, specialized departments housing the practitioners now exist and the demand for evaluation of policies, projects, programmes and interventions remains on the increase. Legal and institutional frameworks for the practices of M&E are still weak”. Basheka and Byamugisha 2015 (more…)