• Community Of Evaluators – South Asia
  • Evaluation Conclave 2020 – First Announcement
    Making Evaluation Matter: Innovations and Partnerships
    12-14 September, 2020; DHAKA, BANGLADESH
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    Welcome

     
    The  Community of Evaluators – South Asia , a Section 25 company registered in India, is a consortium of evaluators from South Asia working together to strengthen the field of evaluation.
    The member countries are: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka; however, membership is open to other nationals as well.
    It is South Asia’s largest network of Evaluators, and a platform for Evaluators to interact and engage with one another. CoE provides opportunities for knowledge sharing, capacity development, networking advocacy, developing protocols and standards for evaluation in South Asia. It also provides opportunities to share experiences with the international evaluation community.

    Upcoming Events

    Eval4Action South AsiaSub-Regional Consultation

    Theme: Influential Evaluation for SDGs

    Date: 16th June 2021 : Time: 10.30 am IST on Zoom

     

    Eval4Action South AsiaSub-Regional Consultation

    Theme: Influential Evaluation for SDGs

    Eval4Action and Community of Evaluators-South Asia (CoE-SA) plan to organize South Asia Sub-Regional Consultation to generate commitments and partnerships to achieve its common objectives. This consultation drive momentum, commitment and ensure the sustainability of diverse regional partners in meeting the SDGs through the Eval4Action Campaign.

    The overall objective of the Eval4Action campaign is to mobilize and spur commitments from decision-makers, the evaluation community and other stakeholders to develop more robust national evaluation systems and capacities for influential evaluation toward delivery of SDGs by 2030, with a focus on no one left behind. In specifics, generate personal and institutional commitments for action from- (a) Decision-makers to strengthen national evaluation systems/capacities, develop/support national evaluation policies and use of evaluations; and (b) From UN agencies, broader evaluation community and academia to produce high-quality evaluations and evidence to achieve the SDGs.

    This consultation will be a good opportunity for evaluators in region to connect with other evaluators and support each other. This will also invite resources and actions that build the visibility of evaluation in the region and can also lead to meaningful collaborations in future. CoE‐SA will bring the best international, regional and national resource persons to the consultation.

    Date: 16th June 2021 : Time: 10.30 am IST on Zoom

    Registration

    The agenda is available here.