SDG follow-up and review needs interlinked indicators, monitoring and evaluation

EVALSDG Network’ second briefing note is ready: Counting critically: SDG ‘follow-up and review’ needs interlinked indicators, monitoring and evaluation Global indicators are important for understanding progress towards each of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). However, they can mask sub-national and thematic variations. They cannot explain how or why change occurred

The development effectiveness of Development Finance Institutions

Development funding is increasingly being channelled through Development Finance Institutions. These national institutions are particularly solicited when using development aid money to free up further investment, known as leveraging. When used well, these tools have the potential to allow sectors of developing countries’ economies that wouldn’t otherwise attract investment to

What Comes After the Evaluation is Completed? | Independent Evaluation Group

Five tips to make your evaluation more influential In this blog, Caorline Heider looks at some of the follow-up processes and measures that can help ensure that evaluations result in meaningful action.  Often, institutions do not schedule time or money for this work, but it is essential to get ownership,

Evaluation of Finnish Aid for Trade – Free Webinar

Evaluation of Finnish Aid for Trade – Free Webinar Monday, June 13, 2016 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM CEST Register now: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2812033248815322370 Finland’s Action Plan for Aid for Trade 2012 – 2015 “Creating jobs through private sector and trade development” was evaluated. It was interesting, how the cross cutting objectives

Parliamentarians’ EvalStories to Promote Demand and Use of Evaluation

Here are videos from parliamentarians under the “Parliamentarians for Evaluation” campaign. The Global Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation (GPFE) initiated the campaign inviting parliamentarians around the world to advocate for evaluation in the context of Sustainable Development Goals (Agenda 2030) ensuring “No one left behind” in line with the Global Evaluation

All You Need to Know About Closed-Ended and Open-Ended Questions – SocialCops Blog

A complete guide on how to use closed-ended and open-ended questions to design surveys that yield the best information in the most efficient way. Source: All You Need to Know About Closed-Ended and Open-Ended Questions – SocialCops Blog

Evaluation 2030 – What Does the Future Look Like? | Independent Evaluation Group

Five opportunities to change what and how we evaluate as we take on three ambitious development agendas. Caroline Heider, Director General of the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG), World Bank shares five opportunities to change what and how we evaluate as we take on three ambitious development agendas. Source: Evaluation 2030

Evaluation of Finland’s Aid for Trade

Finland’s Aid for Trade (AFT) projects in the past years have produced results and contributed to impact in specific sectors, in which Finland has competitive advantages and can bring added value. These sectors are water, energy, environment, ICT and innovation, forestry and fisheries.  Evaluation Aid for Trade (PDF, 272 pages, 343 kb)

Evaluation: a crucial ingredient for SDG success

EVALSDG Network’ first briefing note “Evaluation: a crucial ingredient for SDG success” is now published. Please see the attachment and the link http://pubs.iied.org/pdfs/17357IIED.pdf Main Policy Pointers: Measurement is not enough: monitoring must be accompanied by evaluation that addresses the complexity of the SDGs and how they are achieved. National policy

Implementing the 2016-2020 Global Evaluation Agenda (GEA)

As you were surely aware, 2015 was a big year for IOCE and EvalPartners and, indeed, the global evaluation community.  There were 92 EvalYear events held around the world, cumulating in the major Global Evaluation Forum in Kathmandu the last week of November.  But it didn’t all end at the

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development revitalises the quest for results

The 17 universal goals and 169 targets set out in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development serve as an action plan for countries, partnerships and international collaboration. The goals and targets aim to promote concrete results for people, society, governance and the environment all over the world. On 3-4 February