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  1. Malaysian Evaluation Society- 6th International Evaluation Conference

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    The Malaysian Evaluation Society will be holding its 6th International Evaluation Conference in Kuala Lumpur from 26-27 March, 2014.  The Conference will be preceded by 2 days of pre-conference workshops from 24-25, March, 2014.  There will also be a special post-conference Parliamentarians’ Evaluation Seminar on 28 March, 2014 (participation in this special event is for parliamentarians and for others by invitation only).  Details 26-27 March, 2014. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

  2. The Middle East and North Africa Evaluators Network (EvalMENA)- Third general assembly

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    The Middle East and North Africa Evaluators Network (EvalMENA) is pleased to invite you to its third general assembly taking place in Amman – Jordan on April 28-30, 2014, which will be held in conjunction with the closing workshop of the project “Mainstreaming Evaluation Theory and Practice in the MENA Region”, funded by the International Development and Research Center (IDRC) and executed by the Environment and Sustainable Development Unit at the American University of Beirut.  In Amman, EvalMENA will be celebrating its third anniversary, reflecting on the potential con

  3. Workshop: Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks (Melbourne 2014)

    Event
    26th March, 2014
    Australia

    Date and Time: Thursday 3 and Friday 4 April 2014, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (registration from 8:30 am) Location: Metropole Conference Centre, 44 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy Topic: Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks Presenter: Anne Markiewicz

  4. Learn how you can help your organization connect strategy and evaluation

    Event
    31st March, 2014

    Who should attend? Foundation and nonprofit senior leaders and practitioners interested in learning more about evaluation and learning activities. Featured panelists: Medina Haeri, Oak Foundation Rebekah Levin, Robert R.

  5. Results Based Management (RBM) Systems

    Event
    27th April, 2014

    Develop an RBM system in your organisation This five-day programme will give you a thorough understanding of the principles and practice of result-based management (RBM). You will go on to learn how to develop a strategy and implementation plan for RBM in your organisation, including the promotion of a results culture. Duration: 5 days Venue: Brighton Date: 12 - 16 May, 2014 (Deadline: 22 May, 2014) Second course date: 01 - 05 Dec, 2014 (Deadline: 03 Nov, 2014) Fee: £1900 http://www.imainternational.com/training/factsheet/Results-based+Management+%28RBM%29+Systems

  6. Most Significant Change (MSC) training- Berlin (21-22 July, 2014), London (31 July, 1 August, 2014)

    Event
    9th May, 2014

    The Most Significant Change (MSC) technique is a participatory monitoring & evaluation technique ideally suited to providing qualitative information on project /program impact.   MSC also supports data capture of unexpected outcomes and is an excellent tool for fostering organisational  learning and program improvement. It is well suited to capture impact in complex social change situations.  This is a unique opportunity to have MSC training in Europe from an experienced MSC professional.

  7. Assessing Multidimensional Poverty Impacts: Techniques that are Easy-to-Implement and Customizable- Webinar Series

    Event
    9th May, 2014

    What’s your organization’s true impact on poverty reduction? Are you capturing a complete picture of what’s happening, including positive and negative outcomes for all your local stakeholders? How can you prove to investors that your venture is in fact having the positive socio-economic effects that you promised?  If these questions are keeping you awake at night, this webinar series is for you! Measuring your venture’s impact in a timely fashion is crucial to its ultimate success.

  8. Evaluation of Humanitarian Action

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    13th May, 2014

    Channel Research is delighted to announce that registrations are now open for their upcoming advanced training on monitoring and evaluation in their EVALUATION OF HUMANITARIAN ACTION (EHA) Course, facilitated by Margie Buchanan-Smith and John Cosgrave. It is the second training that will be based on the new Guide on ‘Evaluating Humanitarian Action’, that was released last year for piloting. Training: Evaluation of Humanitarian Action (EHA) When: Monday 16 June - to Wednesday 18 June 2014. Where: Brussels, Belgium Level: Advanced Type: Training

  9. International Energy Policies & Programmes Evaluation Conference (IEPPEC)

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    28th May, 2014

    International Energy Policies & Programmes Evaluation Conference (IEPPEC) conference 9-11 September 2014 – the world’s leading event for energy policy and programme evaluators Policies and programmes for increased energy efficiency, energy savings and reduction of GHG emissions are ranked as top priorities by EU, IEA and the UN to help the world face the critical issues of climate change and resource conservation. But are we investing correctly?  The increasing focus on energy policy and programmes has resulted in more challenging objectives and growing investment.

  10. Using best available evidence in evaluation

    Event
    13th August, 2014
    Australia

    Date and time: 14 and 15 August 2014, 9am to 4pm (registration from 8.30am) Venue: University House, 1 Balmain Crescent, Acton, ACT, Free Parking is available for course participants. Presenter: Rob Richards, Director of Evidentiary Pty Ltd Fees: Members $770, Non-members $935, Student member $385, Student non-member $550 (GST inclusive)

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