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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, inorder to make decesion making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan.This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.
Publisher: GoN, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITYBUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, inorder to make decesion making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan.This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, inorder to make decesion making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan.This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, inorder to make decesion making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan.This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, inorder to make decesion making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan.This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, inorder to make decesion making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan.This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, inorder to make decesion making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan.This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, inorder to make decesion making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan.This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, in order to make decesion making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan.This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, in order to make decesion making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan.This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, in order to make decesion making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan. This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, in order to make decesion making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan. This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, in order to make decision making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan. This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
PDF | File Size: 14.38 MB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, in order to make decision making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan. This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.Specific objectives were: to assess enabling evaluation environment (legislation, policies, procedures and guidelines, institutional environment, and implementation, etc.); identify areas in evaluation that need capacity building (among evaluators’ professional society of evaluators, research, training and evaluation institutes); identify potential models for strengthening evaluation capacity, including lessons from other countries; assess knowledge and information sharing needs among evaluators, and existing and potential tools to overcome these gaps; present national and regional institutions that could play important role in capacity building; and formulate a draft action plan.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, in order to make decision making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan. This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.Specific objectives were: to assess enabling evaluation environment (legislation, policies, procedures and guidelines, institutional environment, and implementation, etc.); identify areas in evaluation that need capacity building (among evaluators’ professional society of evaluators, research, training and evaluation institutes); identify potential models for strengthening evaluation capacity, including lessons from other countries; assess knowledge and information sharing needs among evaluators, and existing and potential tools to overcome these gaps; present national and regional institutions that could play important role in capacity building; and formulate a draft action plan.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, in order to make decision making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan. This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.Specific objectives were: to assess enabling evaluation environment (legislation, policies, procedures and guidelines, institutional environment, and implementation, etc.); identify areas in evaluation that need capacity building (among evaluators’ professional society of evaluators, research, training and evaluation institutes); identify potential models for strengthening evaluation capacity, including lessons from other countries; assess knowledge and information sharing needs among evaluators, and existing and potential tools to overcome these gaps; present national and regional institutions that could play important role in capacity building; and formulate a draft action plan.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Enhanching Evaluation Capacity in Nepal Proceedings of a Series of Three Meetings held in Kathmandu, Nepal
Abstract:
The National Planning Commission (NPC) has accorded high priority to institutionalizing the evaluation of on-going or completed programmes and projects, in order to make decision making processes evidence-based. One of the major areas in which more focus is needed in this institutionalization process is building the capacity of both those who commission or facilitate evaluations and those who conduct evaluations. Evaluation capacities are important to ensure that objectivity in the evaluation process improve its quality and ultimately increase the use of evaluations in decision making processes. In this context, the NPC has conducted a networking meeting with the support of UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF and UNFPA) in Nepal,followed by a policy forum with the support of the Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System (SMES II) project. The meetings and forum were attended by representatives of government agencies and professional networks of evaluators and experts, including those from evaluation societies of Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Japan. This report is primarily a record of the proceedings of three meetings on enhancing evaluation capacityin Nepal, conducted in Kathmandu during August and September 2013. In addition, it includes the concept note that was developed prior to the series of meetings and the review paper produced by a consultant to provide information on the current enabling environment and the status of evaluation capacity development in Nepal.The main objective of these meetings was to facilitate evaluation capacity building by assessing the enabling environment, and improving evaluation capacity among evaluators/firm/networks and capacity building institutions in Nepal.Specific objectives were: to assess enabling evaluation environment (legislation, policies, procedures and guidelines, institutional environment, and implementation, etc.); identify areas in evaluation that need capacity building (among evaluators’ professional society of evaluators, research, training and evaluation institutes); identify potential models for strengthening evaluation capacity, including lessons from other countries; assess knowledge and information sharing needs among evaluators, and existing and potential tools to overcome these gaps; present national and regional institutions that could play important role in capacity building; and formulate a draft action plan.
Publisher: GON, UNDP, UNICEF ,UNFPA Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EVALUATION, CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT, CAPACITY-BUILDING, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES, INSTITUTION BUILDING, PROGRAMME EVALUATION, PROJECT EVALUATION, RISK ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION RESEARCH, LEGISLATION
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2013)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
PDF | File Size: 14.38 MB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
...