This edition of eVALUation Matters focuses on the CEDR exercise – a consultative, iterative process which prioritized the engagement and involvement of all key stakeholders throughout the exercise in order to mitigate the eﬀects of the key challenges involved in such a complicated undertaking. The publication synthesizes viewpoints and reﬂections by drawing on the extant literature on complex evaluations, field challenges, and teamwork, while at the same time incorporating rich empirical material, anecdotal vignettes, and personal stories from the field, to highlight the CEDR experience in all its complexity and diversity. Each article provides a further snapshot of the dynamics of a complex evaluation.
Contributing authors to this issue of eVALUation Matters draw on their nuanced insights and personal experiences in reconstructing the intricate picture of the CEDR expedition, in the process teasing-out key lessons and learning outcomes. Viewed from this perspective, the articles and papers in this issue constitute, individually and collectively, a set of relevant, pragmatic, and often overlapping analyses of the challenges and opportunities integral to the CEDR exercise.
|169 Shades of Grey.pdf||735.32 KB|
|Consensus Building and Team Work in Complex Evaluations.pdf||528.5 KB|
|Evaluating 10 Years of AfDB Support to Africa.pdf||514.54 KB|
|From the Evaluator General's Desk.pdf||1.94 MB|
|Negotiating Challenges of Evaluation Field Research.pdf||625.32 KB|
|News in pictures.pdf||1.53 MB|
|The CEDR Journey.pdf||673.39 KB|