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SAMEA EvalCafe 2017 | 8th International AfrEA Conference by Jennifer Bisgard


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Khulisa Director, Jennifer Bisgard, presented on the EvalAgenda and the 8th AfrEA Conference at SAMEA EvalCafe on April 10, 2017. SAMEA members participated through the Human Sciences Research Council video conferencing facilities in Pretoria, Cape Town and Durban.

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SAMEA EvalCafe 2017 | 8th International AfrEA Conference by Jennifer Bisgard

  1. 1. 8th International AfrEA Conference Jennifer Bisgard, Khulisa Management Services SAMEA EvalCafe April 10 2017
  2. 2. Official opening by the Prime Minister of Uganda
  3. 3. Conference statistics 75 countries 758 abstracts 687 participants 60 workshops 19 strands 42 donors/funders
  4. 4. 36African countries 12Asian countries 2North American countries 8South and Central American countries 11European countries 2Countries from Australia and Oceania Global country participation
  5. 5. Donorsand funders
  6. 6. African country participation 4 North African 11 West African 7 East African 9 Southern African 5 Central African 36Countries
  7. 7. 1. Uganda 118 2. Kenya 79 3. USA 74 4. South Africa 51 5. United Kingdom 30 6. Zimbabwe 29 Country Participation
  8. 8. Made in Africa panel, with participation from the Global South • Asia-Pacific Evaluation Association • Caribbean Evaluators International • Latin American and Caribbean Network of Evaluation • South East Asia Evaluation Association • Pacific Islands Evaluation Association • African Evaluation Association
  9. 9. Commitment to the
  10. 10. 4 THEMES AT 2ND GLOBAL FORUM Nepal December 2015 • Build Enabling Environment for Evaluation • Develop Individual Evaluator Capacity • Institutionalise VOPEs and Build Civil Society • Create inter-linkages of the above 3 elements
  11. 11. No one left behind The SDGs “No one left behind” principle is embedded in EvalAgenda 2020
  12. 12. Institutional Capacities Build the institutional capacity of VOPE members
  13. 13. Enabling Environment Build a culture of evaluation within African public institutions by working with national African governments to increase the knowledge and use of African evaluation approaches
  14. 14. Individual Capacities Build the evaluation capacity of VOPE members through targeted projects and programmes  Promote the quality, knowledge and use of African evaluation for development through conferences  Generate, store and share knowledge through the African Evaluation Journal
  15. 15. Support members and wider evaluation community by driving the development, and sharing of new knowledge, resources and information in African evaluation Inter-linkages
  16. 16. AfrEA’s vision for 2016-2021 strongly aligns with that of EvalAgenda2020 and as such, the AfrEA board declared its support for EvalAgenda at the 8th AfrEA International Conference in Kampala, Uganda
  17. 17. President Adeline Sibanda Vice President Samuel Kouakou East Rosetti Nabbumba West Abdoul Aziz Kahn Central Urbain Tsala North Fatima Rabbouz South Candice Morkel New Board
  18. 18. 9th AfrEA International Conference Venue (2019) Cote D’Ivoire
  19. 19. • Endorsement from the Office of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Uganda • National Evaluation Support from the Uganda Evaluation Association • International Conference Organiser Ilios Conferences • Local Conference Organiser Events Warehouse
  20. 20. Thank you