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Third International Conference on
National Evaluation Capacities 2013
29 Sep - 2 Oct 2013, São Paulo, Brazil

Proposed/Agr...
Signatories
1
• Develop and implement a transparent results
based monitoring and evaluation framework
to track the efforts and results...
2
• Collaborate to build and strengthen credible
national data systems to improve the integrity
of such systems, in order ...
3
• Develop systems to promote the transparent follow-up
of evaluations, such as management response tracking
systems and ...
4
• Study the alternatives, assessing the pro and cons, of
different options of institutional set-ups, such as national
ev...
5
• Develop /strengthen/ support / expand joint
peer-to-peer systems and mentoring
programmes among professional associati...
6
• Create/strengthen Parliamentarians’ forum for
development evaluation in different regions to
advocate for use and cond...
7
• Facilitate partnership / cooperation between Government, VOPEs,
Parliament and Private Sector to strengthen the unders...
8
• Develop approaches based on lessons learned, on
how to incorporate cultural dimensions into
evaluation in different re...
9
• Develop standards, based on lessons learned,
to ensure proper triangulation of evidence,
checks & balances and qualita...
10
• Develop standards, based on lessons learned
to ensure stakeholders involvement while still
guaranteeing independence ...
11
• Develop/connect national registries/national
statistical systems to M&E systems with
increased frequency of data coll...
12
• Have an online platform (NEC COP) to
present/exchange experiences, keep NEC
participants connected and follow up on
c...
13
• Translate material on evaluation into different
languages.
•
•
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•

Ms. Doha Abdelhamid (Egypt) – Ms. Aulida Anamali ...
14
• Map and analyze effectiveness of coordination
mechanisms and practices between central
evaluation units and sector mi...
15
• Support joint regional/national events to take stock of
developments in these commitments (In 2014) including
the sha...
16
• Assign budgets or percentages of initiatives to
evaluations when designing/approving
projects/programmes/policies or ...
17
• Use external evaluators to facilitate/moderate
self-assessments and reviews.
18
• Incorporate gender capacities/perspectives in
M&E national Systems.
•
•
•
•
•

Víctor Manuel Quintero – (ReLAC)
Marco...
Signatories
To include your
name/country/institution in any of
the commitments please email
ana.soares@undp.org
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Nec 2013 proposed commitment

  1. 1. Third International Conference on National Evaluation Capacities 2013 29 Sep - 2 Oct 2013, São Paulo, Brazil Proposed/Agreed Actions/Commitments to Partner/Contribute Towards the Proposed EvalYear 2015 SOUTH-SOUTH SOLUTIONS SUPPLY - DEMAND MATCHING
  2. 2. Signatories
  3. 3. 1 • Develop and implement a transparent results based monitoring and evaluation framework to track the efforts and results of the implemented commitments proposed in this conference. • • • • • • • Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) – Mr. Patrick McCaskie (Gov. of Barbados) Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—COE & SLEvA) – Mr. Teertha Raj Dhakal (Nepal) Ms. Beverley Best (OECS) – Dr. Igr Saidi Kibeya (Burundi) – Dr. Albert K. Byamugisha (Uganda) Mr. Samson Masese Machuka (Kenya) – Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) Ms. Rosetti Nabbumba Nayenga (Uganda) – Mr. Winston Nyasulu (Malawi) Dr. Ir. Arif Haryana (Indonesia) – Mr. Ziad Moussa (Lebanon) – Mr. Santosh Mehrotra (India) Ms. Oyuntsetseg Khurts (Mongolia) – Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname)
  4. 4. 2 • Collaborate to build and strengthen credible national data systems to improve the integrity of such systems, in order to better link performance of policies and programmes. • • • • • • Mr. Patrick McCaskie (Gov. of Barbados) – Mr. Shawn Grey (Jamaica) Ms. Jennifer Mutua (Kenya—AfrEA) – Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) – Mr. Jimmy Kawaye (Malawi) -- Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname) Mr. Aristide Djidjoho (Benin) – Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) – Dr. Ir. Arif Haryana (Indonesia) Ms. Oyuntsetseg Khurts (Mongolia) – Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) Mr. Bruno Dery (Ghana) – Mr. Samuel Hernandez (El Salvador)
  5. 5. 3 • Develop systems to promote the transparent follow-up of evaluations, such as management response tracking systems and citizen’s commission that allow for effective monitoring of the implementation of evaluation recommendations. • • • • • • • Hon. Mrs. Rangina Kargar (Afghanistan) – Mr. Hans-Martin Boehmer ([IEG] World Bank) Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Sri Lanka) – Ms. Aulida Anamali (Albania) Dr. Albert K. Byamugisha (Uganda) – Mr. Samson Masese Machuka (Kenya) Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) – Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) Ms. Rosetti Nabbumba Nayenga (Uganda) – Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) RBMA (Brazil) – Dr. Agustín Escobar (Mexico) – Ms. Shahrazat binti Haji Ahmad (Malaysia) H.E. Mahmoud El Said (Egypt)
  6. 6. 4 • Study the alternatives, assessing the pro and cons, of different options of institutional set-ups, such as national evaluation legislation and policies, where appropriate, taking the country/cultural context into account and establishing a set of minimum requirements based on lessons learnt. • • • • • • • • • Ms. Oyuntsetseg Khurts (Mongolia) – Mr. Darrel Montrope (St. Lucia) – Ms. Susana Lobato (El Salvador) Ms. Doha Abdelhamid (Egypt) – RBMA (Brazil) – Hon. Jigmi Rinzin (Bhutan) Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Sri Lanka) – Mr. Shawn Grey (Jamaica) – Ms. Florita Azofeifa (Costa Rica) Mr. Patrick McCaskie (Barbados) – Ms. Aulida Anamali (Albania) – Magdalena Ordónez (Honduras) Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) – Dr. Zakari Lawal (Nigeria) Ms. Rosaura Trigueros Elizondo (Costa Rica) – Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) Mr. Samuel Hernandez (El Salvador) – Ms. Sabrina Storm (Costa Rica) Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) – Mr. Marco Segone (UNICEF) Ms. Anne Bramble (Barbados)
  7. 7. 5 • Develop /strengthen/ support / expand joint peer-to-peer systems and mentoring programmes among professional association of evaluators and government evaluation units. • • • • • • • • • Ms. Rosetti Nabbumba Nayenga (Uganda) – Ms. Marie Gervais (Canada) – Mr. Sonam Tobgyal (Bhutan) Ms. Jennifer Mutua (Kenya— AfrEA) – Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Sri Lanka) Ms. Aulida Anamali (Albania) – Ms. Mallika Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) – RBMA (Brazil) Ms. Jennifer Bisgard (South Africa— AfrEA) – Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) Ms. Lyudmila Vladiko (Russia) – Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) – Dr. Albert K. Byamugisha (Uganda) Ms. Natalia Kosheleva (Russia) – H.E. Mahmoud El Said (Egypt) – Ms. Anne Bramble (Barbados) Mr. Ziad Moussa (Lebanon) – Mr. Marco Segone (UNICEF) – Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) – Mr. Jim Rugh (EvalPartners)
  8. 8. 6 • Create/strengthen Parliamentarians’ forum for development evaluation in different regions to advocate for use and conduct of evaluations. • • • • • • • • Ms. Jennifer Mutua (Kenya—AfrEA) – Mr. Bruno Dery (Ghana) – Mr. Asela Kalugampitiya (Sri Lanka) Hon. Jigmi Rinzin (Bhutan) – Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) Hon. Qaiser Jamal, MNA (Pakistan) – Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) Hon. Kabir Hashim (Sri Lanka) – Dr. Zakari Lawal (Nigeria) – Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname) Mr. Charles Amoatey (Ghana) – Mr. Marco Segone (UNICEF) Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) – Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) David Roberts (Australia) – Ms. Anne Bramble (Barbados) Ms. Maria Bustelo (Spain—European Evaluation Society)
  9. 9. 7 • Facilitate partnership / cooperation between Government, VOPEs, Parliament and Private Sector to strengthen the understanding about what evaluation is and how it can be useful for different actions. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Hon. Mrs. Rangina Kargar (Afghanistan) – Mr. Zakari Bonkano (Niger) – Ms. Anne Bramble (Barbados) Ms. Rosetti Nabbumba Nayenga (Uganda) – Hon. Qaiser Jamal, MNA (Pakistan) – Mr. Bruno Dery (Ghana) Dr. Zakari Lawal (Nigeria) – Ms. Doha Abdelhamid (Egypt) – RBMA (Brazil) Mr. Asela Kalugampitiya (Sri Lanka) – Ms. Marie Gervais (Canada--Québec) – Hon. Jigmi Rinzin (Bhutan) Ms. Sabrina Storm (Costa Rica) – Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) Mr. Darrel Montrope (St. Lucia) – Ms. Aulida Anamali (Albania) – Ms. Ada Ocampo (Thailand—UNICEF) Dr. Igr Saidi Kibeya (Burundi) – Mr. Patrick McCaskie (Gov. of Barbados) Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) – Hon. Kabir Hashim (Sri Lanka) – Mr. Marco Segone (UNICEF) Ms. Beverley Best (OCES) – Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) – Mr. Jim Rugh (EvalPartners) – Ms. Rosa Mena (Dominican Republic) David Roberts (Australia) – Ms. Ivett Subero (Dominican Republic) – Mr. Esteban Tapella (Argentina) H.E. Mahmoud El Said (Egypt) – Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) – Ms. Lyudmila Vladiko (Russia) Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) – Mr. Teertha Raj Dhakal (Nepal) Ms. Arlyn Gonzalez (Panama) – Ms. Claudia Valenzuela (Brazil) – Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) Ms. Jennifer Mutua (Kenya—AfrEA) – Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname) – Mr. Leopoldo Font (Uruguay) Ms. Oyuntsetseg Khurts (Mongolia)
  10. 10. 8 • Develop approaches based on lessons learned, on how to incorporate cultural dimensions into evaluation in different regional and national contexts. • • • • • • • • • • Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) – Mr. Ziad Moussa (Lebanon—EvalMENA) Mr. Victor Manuel Quintero (Colombia) – Hon. Mrs. Rangina Kargar (Afghanistan) Mr. Zakari Bonkano (Niger) – Mrs. Iracy Soares Ribeiro Maciel (Brazil) – Ms. Doha Abdelhamid (Egypt) Magdalena Ordónez (Honduras) – Mr. Norberto Perotti (Argentina) Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) – Ms. Jennifer Mutua (Kenya—AfrEA) Ms. Inga Sniukaite (UN Women) – Ms. Laura Gonzalez (UN Women) Dr. Francois-Corneille Kedowide (Ethiopia—UNDP RSC Afrique) – Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname) Mr. Esteban Tapella (Argentina) – Ms. Martha McGuire (Canada) Mrs. Elizabeth Castelo Branco de Souza (Brazil) – Ms. Shahrazat binti Haji Ahmad (Malaysia) Ms. Ada Ocampo (Thailand—UNICEF)
  11. 11. 9 • Develop standards, based on lessons learned, to ensure proper triangulation of evidence, checks & balances and qualitative data use to not be just perception-based. • • • • • • • • • David Roberts (Australia) – Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) Mr. Pablo Rodriguez-Bilella (Argentina) – Mr. Sonam Tobgyal (Bhutan) – H.E. Mahmoud El Said (Egypt) Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) – Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) Mrs. Iracy Soares Ribeiro Maciel (Brazil) – Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) – Ms. Rosetti Nabbumba Nayenga (Uganda) Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) – Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) Miss Ana Maria Carneiro (Brazil—UNICAMP) – Mr. Guillherme Pereira (Brazil) Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname) – Mr. Johann Lucas Jacob (Canada) Ms. Oyuntsetseg Khurts (Mongolia)
  12. 12. 10 • Develop standards, based on lessons learned to ensure stakeholders involvement while still guaranteeing independence of the evaluation. • • • • • • • Mr. Sonam Tobgyal (Bhutan) – Hon. Jigmi Rinzin (Bhutan) – Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) – Mrs. Iracy Soares Ribeiro Maciel (Brazil) – Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) Hon. Kabir Hashim (Sri Lanka) – Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) – Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) Mr. Julio Raudales (Honduras) – Mr. Patrick McCaskie (Gov. of Barbados) Mr. Esteban Tapella (Argentina) – Mrs. Elizabeth Castelo Branco de Souza (Brazil) Ms. Christel Jacob (South Africa) – Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) – Mr. Guillherme Pereira (Brazil) David Roberts (Australia) – Ms. Tessie Tzavaras Catsambas (USA)
  13. 13. 11 • Develop/connect national registries/national statistical systems to M&E systems with increased frequency of data collection to support decision making. • • • • • • Mr. Paulo Jannuzzi (Brazil) – Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) – Dr. Albert K. Byamugisha (Uganda) Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) – Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname) – Ms. Katia Cristina Bassichetto (Brazil) Mr. Samuel Hernandez (El Salvador) – Ms. Baasanjav Radnaabazar (Mongolia) Mr. Alexandro Rodrigues Pinto (Brazil)
  14. 14. 12 • Have an online platform (NEC COP) to present/exchange experiences, keep NEC participants connected and follow up on commitments. • • • • • Mr. Sonam Tobgyal (Bhutan) – Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) – Magdalena Ordónez (Honduras) – Ms. Lulama Sizani (South Africa) Dr. Albert K. Byamugisha (Uganda) – Ms. Jennifer Mutua (Kenya—AfrEA) – Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) Mr. Esteban Tapella (Argentina) – Mr. Johann Lucas Jacob (Canada) Mr. Pablo Rodriguez-Bilella (Argentina) – Mr. Norberto Perotti (Argentina) – Mr. Ziad Moussa (Lebanon)
  15. 15. 13 • Translate material on evaluation into different languages. • • • • Ms. Doha Abdelhamid (Egypt) – Ms. Aulida Anamali (Albania) – Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) Ms. Laura Gonzalez (UN Women) – Ms. Maria Bustelo (Spain—Master Program, Madrid) Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) – Mr. Rafael de Souza Camelo (Brazil) Mr. Dieudonne Mouafo (Canada/UN Volunteers) • • • RBMA (Brazil) English & Spanish  Portugese Mr. Esteban Tapella (Argentina) English  Spanish Mr. Johann Lucas Jacob (Canada) English  French
  16. 16. 14 • Map and analyze effectiveness of coordination mechanisms and practices between central evaluation units and sector ministry units and local gov’t evaluation. • • • • • • • • Mr. Zakari Bonkano (Niger) – Mr. Marco Segone (UNICEF) – Ms. Doha Abdelhamid (Egypt) H.E. Mahmoud El Said (Egypt) – Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) – Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) Ms. Rosetti Nabbumba Nayenga (Uganda) – Mr. Leopoldo Font (Uruguay) – Mr. Fidel Arévalo (Guatemala) Mr. Federico Berardi (Argentina) – Mr. Pablo Rodriguez-Bilella (Argentina) Ms. Maria Bustelo (Spain—European Evaluation Society) – Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) Ms. Tessie Tzavaras Catsambas (USA—EvalPartners) – Mr. Johann Lucas Jacob (Canada) EvalMENA – Mr. Alexandro Rodrigues Pinto (Brazil) – Ms. Claudia Valenzuela (Brazil)
  17. 17. 15 • Support joint regional/national events to take stock of developments in these commitments (In 2014) including the sharing/learning good practices of validating data from multiple sources, managing sensitive data, disseminating evaluation results. • • • • • • • • • • • Hon. Mrs. Rangina Kargar (Afghanistan) – Ms. Aulida Anamali (Albania) – Dr. Francois-Corneille Kedowide (Ethiopia—UNDP RSC Afrique) – Ms. Doha Abdelhamid (Egypt) Mr. Pablo Rodriguez-Bilella (Argentina—ReLAC) – Mr. Fidel Arévalo (Guatemala) Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) – David Roberts (Australia) Mr. Asela Kalugampitiya (Sri Lanka) – Hon. Kabir Hashim (Sri Lanka) – Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) – Mr. Charles Amoatey (Ghana) Dr. Albert K. Byamugisha (Uganda) – Ms. Jody Fitzpatrick (USA) – Mr. Kubat Jumaliev (Kyrgyzstan) Mr. Johann Lucas Jacob (Canada) – Ms. Juliana Wenceslau (UNDP Brazil) – Mr. Bruno Dery (Ghana) Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) – EvalMENA – Mr. Marco Segone (UNICEF) Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) – Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) Ms. Maria Bustelo (Spain—European Evaluation Society) – Mrs. Elizabeth Castelo Branco de Souza (Brazil) Ms. Katia Cristina Bassichetto (Brazil)
  18. 18. 16 • Assign budgets or percentages of initiatives to evaluations when designing/approving projects/programmes/policies or assign a percentage of the initiative cost. • • Mr. Patrick McCaskie (Gov. of Barbados) Mr. Bruno Dery (Ghana)
  19. 19. 17 • Use external evaluators to facilitate/moderate self-assessments and reviews.
  20. 20. 18 • Incorporate gender capacities/perspectives in M&E national Systems. • • • • • Víctor Manuel Quintero – (ReLAC) Marco Segone (UNWomen) Laura Gonzalez (UNWomen) Inga Sniukate (UNWomen) Tessie Catssambas (EvalPartners)
  21. 21. Signatories
  22. 22. To include your name/country/institution in any of the commitments please email ana.soares@undp.org

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