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Evaluation and Civil Society: Stakeholders’ perspectives on National Evaluation Capacity Development

MyM&E founder organizations
Tool - M&E

This publication aims to contribute to the international discussions on how different stakeholders can create synergies and partnerships to contribute to equity-focused and gender-responsive country-led evaluation systems. This book highlights in particular the strategic roles of Civil Society Organizations, notably the Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs), are playing to promote the use of evaluation to enhance evidence-based policy-making, transparency and learning; and the role of EvalPartners, the new International Evaluation Initiative to strengthen Civil Society’s evaluation capacities through collaborative partnerships.

One Health Mainstreaming and Linkages for AIPED 2011-2015

PEAPROS Consulting
Report - Research & Studies

This study has mapped out a number of groups of possible and potential stakeholders who have been working and/or willing to work in the concerned areas related to One Health perspectives. The consultation process, though very short, has found several new groups of potential stakeholders that can be mobilised to the implementation of the AIPED 2011 – 2015, such as the academic, the media, and the private sector, apart from traditional groups of stakeholders of PAHI partnership namely the GOV agencies, the donors, the international technical agencies, NGOS and programs/projects

Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs): Learning from Africa, Americas, Asia, Australasia, Europe and Middle East

MyM&E founder organizations
Tool - M&E

This is the second book in the series on Evaluation and Civil Society. This book is focused on case studies highlighting the experiences of regional and national VOPEs. They share their experiences in strengthening the capacities of individual evaluators to produce credible and useful evaluations, the institutional capacities of the VOPEs themselves, promoting equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluations, and, especially, the roles VOPEs are playing to improve the enabling environment for evaluation in their countries.

End-of-the project evaluation: “support to the implementation and improvement of national target programmes for poverty reduction” 2006-2011

PEAPROS Consulting
Report - M&E

This report focuses on reviewing and assessing the attained results, relevance, effectiveness and efficiency of the project. The evaluation will also take into consideration the initial signals about the possible impacts and sustainability of the results attained by the project during period 2006 - 2010. The extension period in 2011 will also be reviewed. 

This is an independent review, adopting the participatory and evidence-based approach. The information about the project mainly comes from the reports and documents provided by the PMU. The interviews and discussions with the focus groups have helped collection strategic information which can be used to consolidate the lessons learnt and the design of future interventions if deemed necessary.    

Final Evaluation Report - Project: Strengthening capacities to enhance coordinated and integrated disaster risk reduction actions and adaptation to climate change in agriculture in the northern mountain regions of Viet Nam

PEAPROS Consulting
Report - Assessment

The general objective of this final evaluation is to evaluate the project’s effectiveness, and results measured against objectives, outcomes and outputs set forth in the project document.

Glossary of Terms in Monitoring, Evaluation and Results-Based Management

UN Vietnam
Tool - M&E

The main purpose of this ‘Glossary of Terms in Monitoring, Evaluation and Results-Based Management’ is to promote a better understanding of the meaning of these terms among development professionals, and assist in overcoming difficulties in interpretation of language and its meaning. This Glossary is intend- ed as a reference document for programmme/project managers, monitoring and evaluation special- ists, trainers and academic staff. 

Integrating Human Rights and Gender Equality in Evaluation ‐‐ Towards UNEG Guidance

Tool - M&E

The UNEG Norms and Standards highlight the need for people centred evaluation and for evaluators to consider human rights and gender equality in their work but there has continued to be a gap in tools and frameworks for evaluation that fully reflect these considerations. Therefore, this Handbook has been developed by UNEG to be used as a tool to integrate human rights and gender equality into the practice of evaluation.

CIVICUS - Internal Communication ToolKit

Tool - Communication

Welcome to this toolkit on developing an internal communication strategy for your organisation. The aim of the toolkit is to help organisations to improve their efficiency and effectiveness through the creation of internal communication processes that create a cohesive organisational culture.

Setting Standards for Communication & Governance - The Example of Infrastructure Projects

The World Bank
Tool - Communication

The paper is to contribute to design of high-quality, cost-effective and sustainable infrastructure projects, including facilitating the promotion of inclusive communication and anticorruption plan.

Guideline: Natural Disaster Damage and Need Assessment

Tool - Assessment

Review current status of humanitarian losses and relief needs assessment in Vietnam; Provide recommendations to improve methodologies for disaster management and needs assessment; Work out a training plan for appropriate authorities at national and local levels to facilitate using methodology of damage and relief needs assessment.

Successful Communication - a Toolkit for researchers and Civil Society Organizations

Ingie Hovland
Tool - Communication

This toolkit is for researchers and practitioners who wish to communicate to policymakers. The tools are therefore specifically geared towards the needs of researchers and practitioners in civil society organisations (CSOs), including development NGOs, research institutes, think tanks, universities and networks. The toolkit addresses the questions of how researchers and CSOs can best communicate evidence in order to inform or influence policy, to achieve their own stated development objectives, or simply to make their own knowledge accessible and understandable to a wider audience.