Meet the Author
Strengthening Country-Led M&E System
Good practices in using DevInfo
Organized by UNICEF CEE/CIS, and Pan American Health Organization PAHO/WHO
When: Wednesday, April 15th, at 10 – 11 am
Please check the local time in your own town: http://www.timeandd ate.com/worldclo ck/meeting. html
Where: in front of your personal or work computer anywhere in the world or at:
Link to participants – Via Internet through Elluminate:
Please connect a few minutes before 10am You must have a headset or speaker and microphone
The event is free and open to interested people. You may attend virtually from your personal or work computer anywhere in the world. In addition to watching live presentations, you will have the option to ask questions and provide comments.
This conference will enable the sharing of good practices and lessons learned. Global-level speakers will contribute with international perspectives.
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Rosina Salerno, WHO/PAHO Internal Oversight and Evaluation Services
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Marco Segone, Regional Chief, Monitoring and Evaluation, UNICEF Regional office for CEE/CIS, and former IOCE Vice President
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DevInfo 6.0. A demand-driven and user-friendly data dissemination system
Kris Oswalt, President, CSF
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Good practices in using DevInfo in evidence-based policy making
Nicolas Pron, Global DevInfo Administrator
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Moderator: Rosina Salerno WHO/PAHO Internal Oversight and Evaluation Services
10:55 – 11:00am
Marco Segone, Regional chief, monitoring and evaluation UNICEF Regional office CEE/CIS
Monitoring and evaluation has a strategic role to play in informing policy-making processes. The aim is to improve relevance, efficiency and effectiveness of policy reforms. Why then is monitoring and evaluation not playing its role to its full potential? What are the factors, in addition to the evidence, influencing the policy-making process and outcome? How can the uptake of evidence in policy-making be increased?
Country-led monitoring and evaluation systems may enhance evidence-based policy-making by ensuring national monitoring and evaluation systems are owned and led by the concerned countries. This facilitates the availability of evidence relevant to country-specific data needs to monitor policy reforms and national development goals, whilst at the same time, ensuring technical rigour through monitoring and evaluation capacity development.
This conference is part of the program “Meet the Author” where selected authors of evaluation books will be available to respond to your questions. The program was planned together with UNICEF and includes the participation of two major Global Evaluation Networks: IDEAS and IOCE.
The first virtual meeting with the editor of the UNICEF book, “Country-led monitoring and evaluation systems” was held in February 2009, and drew an audience of 110 participants from all over the world. Building on the consensus for the initiative, PAHO, together with UNICEF, designed this program to enable meet the authors of evaluation books, sharing with them good practices and lessons learned on evaluation with a special attention to national and local M&E systems.
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