Evaluation Matters Magazine

 

Date: 23/11/2017

We are currently accepting submissions for 2018 1st quarter edition of eVALUAtion Matters, which will focus on “Building supply and demand for evaluation in Africa”. We look forward to receiving your submission. Detailed instructions and editorial guidelines are provided in the attached pdf. 

Deadline for Submission of Article is 31st December 2017 
Kindly confirm Article submission by 4th of December 2017

Date: 30/09/2017

This Third Quarter 2017 issue of Evaluation Matters is dedicated to evaluating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It discusses the consequences of the paradigm shift from the MDGs to the SDGs and what the world of evaluation should do differently in this new era. Evaluation is acknowledged in Agenda 2030 as crucial to the follow-up and review processes for SDG progress, and evaluators can, and should, make a real difference to SDG achievements by helping point in the right direction for investment efforts.

Date: 10/08/2017

We are currently accepting submissions for 2017 4nd quarter edition of eVALUAtion Matters, which will focus on “Evaluation as a driver of reform in IFIs”. We look forward to receiving your submission. Detailed instructions and editorial guidelines are provided in the attached pdf. 

Articles due: deadline extended to 30th September 2017

Date: 30/06/2017

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.

Date: 19/06/2017

We are currently accepting submissions for the 3rd quarter2017  edition of eVALUAtion Matters, which will focus on “Evaluation in the era of the SDGs”. We look forward to receiving your submission. Detailed instructions and editorial guidelines are provided in the attached pdf. 

Articles due: deadline extended to 31st August 2017                                                       

Date: 30/03/2017

Development evaluation has become a strategic tool that provides a basis for organizational learning and decision-making. Organizations are better able to reflect upon their work and improve upon their future initiatives. However, learning and decision making based on evaluations continues to be a challenge for many development programs and organizations. 

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