Projects with Partners

Ongoing Projects

Policy Evaluation Fall School 2022

Duration: July 2022 to October 2022

 

Donors & Partners: Funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Partnered with Development Monitoring and Evaluation Office, NITI Aayog and Asia Pacific Communication Hub (APC Hub)

 

Project Description: This will be held virtually on 6th, and 7th October 2022 from 3.30 PM IST to 6.30 PM IST and 8th October from 10.00 AM IST to 1.00 PM IST. The main objectives of the Fall School are to understand the importance of focusing on results in development interventions, to use OECD/DAC evaluation criteria for critical reflection of development interventions, and to understand the importance of using evaluative evidence for policy decisions. All arrangements for the Fall School are ongoing and are made by APEA in collaboration with Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Development Monitoring and Evaluation Office, NITI Aayog.

 

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Follow Up Training for Winter School Participants 2022 (YEEs)

Duration: July 2022 to October 2022

 

Donors & Partners: Funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Partnered with EvalYouth Asia, EvalYouth Global, Eval4Action Campaign, and the Asia Pacific Communication Hub (APC Hub)

 

Project Description: A series of Follow Up Training for Asia Pacific Winter School Participants (Alumni) 2021 has been organized by APEA with the support of the other partners. The main outcomes of this workshop were to enhance the knowledge and skills of YEEs on evaluation and to strengthen the YEEs network in Asia Pacific. The resource person for the training series is Gabriela Renteria, Chair of EvalYouth Global.

 

The completed and planned trainings are as follows:
1. The First Follow Up Training for Asia Pacific Winter School Participants 2021 was heldon Wednesday, 11th May 2022 at 9.30 AM IST on the Different Journeys of Evaluators and Tips for YEEs.
2. The Second Follow Up Training for Asia Pacific Winter School Participants 2021 was held on Wednesday, 10th August 2022 at 9.30 AM IST on the Logical Framework as a Tool for M&E.
3. The Third Follow Up Training for Asia Pacific Winter School Participants 2021 will be held on Wednesday, 7th September 2022 at 9.30 AM IST on the 2030 Agenda and its M&E Tools.
4. The Fourth Follow Up Training for Asia Pacific Winter School Participants 2021 will be held on Wednesday, 9th November 2022 at 9.30 AM IST on Gender and Evaluation

Completed Projects

Establish inter- regional virtual career resource hub for monitoring and evaluation

Duration: From 1 June 2021 to 31 December 2021


Donors & Partners: Funded by EvalPartners - Peer to Peer Grant Program 2021
Partners with Philippines Evaluators for Development [PHILDEV], EvalYouth Asia, EvalYouth Sri Lanka, Asia Pacific Communication Hub [APC Hub]

 

Project Description: The project aimed to develop and establish an inter- regional virtual career resource hub (a website) for monitoring and evaluation for Young and Emerging Evaluators (YEEs) within the context of promoting, supporting, and facilitating YEEs career development support. One of the objectives of establishing M&E Career Resource Hub is to create a live forum for learning and sharing that entails use of Evaluative Evidence. The development of the virtual resource hub was supported by the findings of the study of existing virtual resource hubs for M&E and the suggestions from a stakeholder consultation held virtually with the participation of invited M&E professionals across the globe.

 

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17th Official Development Assistance (ODA) Evaluation Workshop

Duration: January – February 2022

 

Donors & Partners: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan

 

Project Description: This was jointly hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and the Asia Pacific Evaluation Association (APEA), and was successfully held February 2nd -3rd, 2022. The on-line workshop was attended by55 officials from 25 countries and 3 international & regional organizations. Workshop consisted of four sessions and APEA led the fourth session of the workshop. During the two day workshop, topical and interesting topics relating to evaluation were discussed and various practices and experiences were shared among participants.

 

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