Gender Responsiveness in Evaluation Systems- gLOCAL Evaluation Week webinar
This webinar brought together practitioners, researchers and experts who have been involved in working on building gender into country level M&E systems. They shared key insights on barriers and enablers to engendering M&E systems by describing the level of gender-responsiveness in key policies and processes in selected African countries and they described how gender dynamics play out in national systems, and what efforts are needed to mainstream gender equality .
Karen Rot-Munstermann – Acting Evaluator-General in IDEV at the AfDB
Discussing the use of M&E by African government.
Hermine Engel- M&E Technical Specialist, CLEAR-AA
Bringing African Parliaments together and learning from each others best practices such as the using evidence for increasing performance.
Timothy Lubanga – Deputy Commissioner in the Office of the Prime Minister Uganda
Discussing the importance of peer-learning for developing a robust M&E system.
Overview of the Evidence use in Parliament workshop in Kampala, Uganda
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.