Part 1: From policies to results through country-led monitoring and evaluation systems
- Moving from policies to results by developing national capacities for country-led monitoring and evaluation systems.
- Future trends in evaluation.
- Measuring the progress of societies.
- Avoiding failure in public programmes.
- Evaluating policy. A perspective from multilateral experience.
- The role of policy analysis in over-coming the implementation challenge.
Part 2: Developing country monitoring and evaluation capacities Strengthening institutional capacities and an enabling environment for country-led monitoring and evaluation systems
- A perspective from the United Nations on national ownership and capacity in evaluation.
- Gender equality and human rights responsive evaluations: Rethinking approaches.
- DevInfo and Web 2.0. Strengthening duty bearers demand for high quality data.
- The professionalization of evaluation.
- Professionalizing development evaluators. Travelling the road to results.
- Institutionalizing impact evaluation. A key element in strengthening country-led monitoring and evaluation systems.
- Evaluation and development. The partnership dimension.
- Exploring effective strategies for facilitating evaluation capacity development.
- Use of evaluation training in evaluation capacity building.
- Utilization-focused evaluations.
- Empowerment evaluation.
- Collaborative evaluation. Creating environments to engage stakeholders in evaluation.
Part 3: Good practices and lessons learned from country-led monitoring and evaluation systems
- Monitoring and evaluation in South Africa. Many purposes, multiple systems.
- Colombia’s national monitoring and evaluation system, sinergia.
- The national monitoring and evaluation system in Sri Lanka. Experiences, good practices, challenges and the way forward.
- The country-led system to monitor and evaluate public policies in Mali. Good practices and lessons learned.
- Policies, institutions and personalities. Lessons from Uganda’s experience in monitoring and evaluation.
- Joint evaluation of the role and contribution of the UN system in South Africa: Lessons learned.
- The role of Statistical Offices in monitoring and evaluation systems. The Ethiopian Perspective.
- Building capacity in DevInfo in the CARICOM region.
M. Segone (Ed.), (2010)., From policies to results Developing capacities for country monitoring and evaluation systems: Retrieved from http://mymande.org/sites/default/files/From_Policy_To_Results.zip
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