The end of the year is nearly upon us and we're putting together a list. Help us spread some end-of-year cheer by sharing your favourite monitoring and/or evaluation resource that you've used this year - particularly if it's available freely online!
Alice Macfarlan's blog
Evaluation reporting is important. While there are many innovative methods to grab your audience's attention, the evaluation report is still an important vehicle to get your key messages across. In this blog, Alice Macfarlan shares her tips for editing a report draft with an audience focus in mind.
Evaluations are a huge investment, in terms of both money and time. However, despite this investment, many evaluations are not used.
We've had a number of great resource contributions come in over the past couple of weeks and so we thought we'd take the time to highlight them here. BetterEvaluation relies on the contributions of members to share and co-create knowledge about monitoring and evaluation, and we feel extraordinarily privileged to be a part of a community of people who are working together to help improve evaluation practice around the world.
L’objectif de BetterEvaluation est simple : améliorer la théorie et la pratique du suivi et de l’évaluation.
El objetivo de BetterEvaluation es simple: mejorar la práctica y la teoría del monitoreo y la evaluación
This month we're celebrating our 5th birthday!
The material from BetterEvaluation comes from a combination of curating existing material and co-creating new material. This blog is part of an ongoing series about material that we have co-created with BetterEvaluation users.
We often get email enquiries asking for advice in preparing the documents used to invite evaluators to prepare proposals to do an evaluation. These documents have a variety of labels including Request for Proposal (RFP), Terms of Reference (TOR), and Scope of Work (SOW). The advice below focuses on two important aspects in this: writing a good RFP/TOR, and sharing it in ways that will create the best pool of proposals.