• 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

    EVALUATION CONCLAVE 2022

    EQUITY AND TRANSFORMATION: Evaluation in Challenging Times

    Date: (12 - 14 October 2022)

    New Delhi, Kathmandu, Dhaka, Thimphu and Comombo (hybrid mode)

    (Registration link will be shared soon)

     

    Evaluation Conclave 2022

    EQUITY AND TRANSFORMATION: Evaluation in Challenging Times

    12-14 October, 2022

    Evaluation stares at new challenges in the rapidly changing milieu. It is all the more relevant now to keep the larger questions of ‘equity’ and ‘transformation’ in focus while we deal with evaluation in the challenging times. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the fore the challenges facing evaluations in the 'new normal' times. Whilst innovations and partnerships in evaluations are critical to address the complex socio-economic issues, the restrictions and the emergence of virtual mode imposed by the pandemic have challenged the entire process of evaluations in a different milieu. In one of the most populous regions of the world with various social cleavages such as caste, class, gender, and ethnicity, it is imperative to have innovative evaluation approaches that address the challenges in the times of crises to enable us to understand how various population groups react to evaluations, and how they might be effectively engaged in difficult times, particularly as pandemics prevent or restrict community interactions.

    The Evaluation Conclave 2022 on the theme, EQUITY AND TRANSFORMATION: Evaluation in Challenging Times will explore the experiences from evaluations undertaken under difficult conditions, and will examine novel techniques and tools used by the evaluators. What are the specific challenges that have come up, and what are the approaches that provided the best solutions? The Evaluation Conclave 2022 will be a forum for evaluation practitioners, commissioners of evaluation, academicians, and decision-makers to share their knowledge on effective, innovative and collaborative processes that have been used to enhance the value of evaluation in promoting equity and transmission at all levels, particularly during the pandemic and which may be useful for future crises times.

    Thematic note is available here

    Call for Proposal