Welcome to the e-Learning course on National Evaluation Capacity Development for Country-led Monitoring and Evaluation Systems.
This e-Learning programme addresses the opportunities and challenges of National Evaluation Capacity Development for Country-led M&E systems. The perspectives and practices from partner countries, UN agencies, and multilateral agencies and donors will be presented.
By the end of this course, you will be able to demonstrate your knowledge of Country-led M&E Systems. The course is composed of 10 units. Participants are required to complete all units and accompanying tests to be able to print out the certificate.
Before proceeding, we encourage you to watch the video
introducing the e-Learning, as well as the introductory class on Development Evaluation
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Marco Segone Moving from Policies to Results by Developing National Capacities for country-led monitoring and evaluation systems
Saraswathi Menon and Finbar O'Brien The Role of the UN in Fostering National Ownership and Capacities in Evaluation
Hans Lundgren and Finbar O'Brien The Role of Multilateral and Donor Agencies in Strengthening Country-led Evaluation Systems
Hallie Preskill and Alexey Kuzmin Exploring Effective Strategies for Facilitating Evaluation Capacity Development and Use of Evaluation Training in Evaluation Capacity Building
Marco Segone Country-led M&E Systems. Why, What and How
Ray Rist and Jody Zall Kusek Ten Steps to a Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation System
Michael Bamberger Institutionalizing Impact Evaluation: A Key Element in Strengthening Country-led Monitoring and Evaluation Systems
Indran Naidoo The Monitoring and Evaluation System in South Africa: Many Purposes, Multiple Systems
Diego Dorado Building a Results-based Management and Evaluation System in Colombia
Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy National Monitoring and Evaluation System in Sri Lanka. Experiences, Good Practices, Challenges and the Way Forward
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