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8th International Conference of the African Evaluation Association

27 March 2017 - 31 March 2017
The 8th AfrEA International Conference aims to promote exchange between researchers, academia, emerging evaluators and practitioners on the demand and supply of credible evaluative evidence in support of the SDGs in Africa. It will build the capacity to design, manage and use evaluations to help governments achieve their national and international [...more]

United Nations Evaluations Group (UNEG) Week

15 May 2017 - 19 May 2017
The 2017 Evaluation Week will take place in Vienna between 15th and 19th May, 2017. The event is organized with the support of the Vienna-based UNEG member organizations: Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO), International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and United Nations [...more]

International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Evaluation

06 June 2017 - 07 June 2017
The international conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Evaluation (ICT4Eval) sets out to explore vital questions regarding conducting evaluations of strategies and programmes that contribute to rural transformation and how ICT can be applied to development evaluation.

STAKEHOLDER WORKSHOP EVALUATION OF FAO's COUNTRY PROGRAMME IN THE REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF MYANMAR 2011-2016

09 August 2017 - 09 August 2017
FAO implemented about 43 national projects in Myanmar in the last five years, providing assistance for emergency responses and development activities totaling to about USD 51 million. Nay Pyi Taw, 08 August 2017 - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) implemented about 43 projects in Myanmar in the [...more]

Evaluation Capital

03 September 2017 - 07 September 2017
While hinting at the national capital location, the 2017 conference theme Evaluation Capital captures two important but often neglected ideas in evaluation. Firstly, evaluation is a durable asset for sound governance. That is, longevity and permanence should be built into our evaluation systems because societies with more evaluation capital are better off than those with less. The [...more]