These new videos have been posted on the UNICEF CEE/CIS site:
Country-led M&E systems.
Better evidence, better policies, better results
Watch and listen to international keynote speakers talking on Country-led M&E Systems
UNICEF CEE/CIS, IDEAS and DevInfo, in partnership with WFP, OECD/DAC Network on Development evaluation and IOCE, are pleased to make available, every month and free of charge, the videos of international keynote speakers presenting the latest thinking on Country-led M&E Systems.
Country-led M&E systems. Better evidence, better policies, better results
Enhancing evidence-based policy making through
Country-Led M&E Systems
Marco Segone, Regional Chief, Monitoring and Evaluation, UNICEF CEE/CIS
The role of national, regional and international evaluation organizations
in strengthening country-led M&E systems
Oumoul Ba-Tall, President, IOCE
Country-led Development EvaluationThe Donor Role in Supporting Partner
Ownership and Capacity
Hans Lundgren, Manager, OECD/DAC Network on Development evaluation
Country-led impact evaluation: A survey of development practitioners
Denis Jobin, Vice President, IDEAS
The country led evaluation (CLE) paradox
Robert Picciotto, King’s College, and former Director General, Evaluation, World Bank
Tools to strengthen Country-led M&E systems. Good practices in using DevInfo
Marco Segone, Regional Chief, Monitoring and Evaluation, UNICEF CEE/CIS; Nicolas Pron, Global DevInfo Administrator; Farhod Khamidov, M&E Specialist, UNICEF Tajikistan.
Developing evaluation capacities
Caroline Heider, Director, Office of Evaluation, World Food Programme
Building a country-wide M&E system in Sri Lanka
Dhara Wijayatikale – Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Plan Implementation, Sri Lanka.
Monitoring and evaluation in South Africa
Indran Naidoo – Deputy-Director General, Office of the Public Service Commission, Republic of South Africa.
Building results-based M&E systems. The case of Botswana
Collie Monkge – Vision 2016 Coordinator, Botswana
M&E in Zambia. The case of the Zambia Evaluation Association
John Njovu, Chairman, Zambia Evaluation Association, Zambia.
M & E in Pakistan. The case of the Pakistan Evaluation Network
Khadija Khan, Chair, Pakistan Evaluation Network.
1. These videos are a selection of key sessions on Country-led M&E Systems organized at the Global IDEAS Conference held in March 2009 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
2. The opinions expressed are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the policies or views of
UNICEF. The videos and presentations have not been edited to official publication standards and UNICEF accepts no responsibility forerrors. The designations in these videos and presentations do not imply an opinion on legal status of any country or territory, or of its authorities, of the delimitations of frontiers.