In case you missed our webinar on "Effective Collaboration Between Civil Society Organisations and Government" Click here for the full webinar presentation slide.
The presenters work with both government & Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). This webinar will tap into their knowledge & experiences in their respective fields. Rememeber, spaces are limited, click the link to register: http://cutt.ly/zyxqwSe
Join us for a webinar titled, "Effective Collaboration Between Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and Government". This webinar will bring together Government Officials, M&E practitioners, researchers and experts who work in/with Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). It will focus on some of the work done by Twende Mbele through its partnership with (CLEAR-AA), and the work done [...]
Welcome to the latest edition of the Pamoja newsletter. After almost two years in the making, we are particularly proud and excited to report that both Benin and Uganda have adapted the Management Performance Assessment Tool (MPAT), with Benin being the first to pilot the Tool. Read more about what we are trying to achieve [...]
Welcome to our latest edition of the Pamoja newsletter. We are particularly proud and excited to have extended our partnership with the Hewlett Foundation for another two years. This gesture will deepen the scope of peer learning within the partnership, while allowing partner countries to continue strengthening their national evaluation system. In this edition of [...]
The importance of strengthening national evaluation systems is gaining traction with more states investing in developing the evaluation capacity of their institutions and systems for improved program delivery. Embedded in that approach, is the development of homegrown evaluation tools to conduct country-driven evaluations to improve overall government efficiency and effectiveness. Mainstreaming gender into evaluation policies [...]
Representatives from Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, The East African Legislative Assembly, South Africa, Malawi, and Ghana have called for improved research and evidence use in African Parliaments. They were hosted by the Parliament of Uganda for a workshop on research and evidence use in the Parliament Context. Link to interactive presentation...
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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 [...]