From the 17th until the 28th of October 2016, the Institute of Development Policy and Management (University of Antwerp) organises the second edition of its training programme “Strengthening M&E Capacities and Use. Evaluation Societies as Driving Force.” Continue reading Training programme 2016 Strengthening M&E Capacity and its Use
MEDIA ALERT FROM IMANI: INVITATION TO ATTEND THE 2016 AFRICAN LIBERTY FORUM AND DINNER – (8-10 June 2016)
The Atlas Network in partnership with IMANI Center for Policy and Education (IMANI Africa) is organizing a series of events, connecting business leaders, development professionals, academia and government officials from 8-10 June 2016 in Accra, Ghana. Continue reading MEDIA ALERT FROM IMANI: INVITATION TO ATTEND THE 2016 AFRICAN LIBERTY FORUM AND DINNER – (8-10 June 2016)
To the attention of the members of Ghana M&E Forum
Have your say!
The concept of value for money in development work is the subject of much debate –and confusion. What are your thoughts on this topic, which has gained traction in recent years? Are we getting value for money in development work – including in evaluation of development work? Does it matter? Continue reading Call for Contributions – Value for Money in Development Work
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Truth, naked and cold, had been turned away from every door in the village.
Her nakedness frightened the people. When Parable found her, she
was huddled in a corner, shivering and hungry. Continue reading [AfrEA] Evaluations that make a difference: evaluations stories around the world