Browsing The African M&E Hub by Title

Browsing The African M&E Hub by Title

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  • 2016 Annual Report (CLEAR-AA, 2016)
    2016 Annual Report
  • CLEAR-AA (CLEAR-AA, 2017)
    2017 Annual Report
  • Unknown author (Trialogue Publication, 2017)
    Chapter 4: Local and global perspectives Criteria for determining strategic CSI and a profile of the recipient of the Trialogue Strategic CSI Award 2017, insights from The Trialogue Business in Society Conference 2017, key ...
  • CLEAR-AA (CLEAR-AA, 2018)
    Annual Report for the 2018
  • Dr Tirivanhu, Precious; Dr Olaleye, Wole; Ms Bester, Angela (Journal of Public Administration, 2017-12)
    Enhancing public sector performance is on the agenda of most governments. In South Africa, as the analysis of the literature indicates, there is a dearth on studies that systematically assess the implementation of public ...
  • CLEAR-AA (CLEAR-AA, 2012-09)
    DPME In partnership with the CLEAR Center for Anglophone Africa hosted the workshop to which four senior officials from each of the six participating countries were invited. Using open dialogue techniques, delegates delegates ...
  • Porter, Stephen; Djidjoho, Aristide N.; Houinsa, David G; Amoatey, Charles; Machuka, Samson; Okumu, Boscow W.; Muteti, Francis; Simwa, Vivienne C.A; Himbara, David; Momar, A. Ndiaye; Boubacar, A.W; Latib, Salim; Goldman, Ian; Byamugisha, Albert; Asingwire, Narathius (CLEAR-AA, 2012-09)
    This publication is comprised of six monitoring and evaluation (M&E) case studies from Benin, Ghana, Kenya, Senegal, South Africa, and Uganda. Together these case studies formed the basis of discussion at an African M&E ...
  • Professor Alagidede, Paul; Associate Professor Obeng-Odoom, Franklin; Dr Mensah, Odei Jones (AREF Consult and Wits Business School, 2018)
    This paper endeavours to examine the impact of FDI on income distribution in South Africa. The study utilized annual time series data covering the period 1970–2016, and employed an Auto-Regressive Distributed Lag Model ...
  • Dr Tirivanhu, Precious; Dr Chirau, Takunda; Ms Waller, Cara; Mr Robertson, Hanlie (South African Journal of Higher Education, 2018)
    The demand for knowledge from evaluations to inform evidence-based policy making continues to rise in Africa. Simultaneously, there is increased recognition of the role tertiary education institutions can play in strengthening ...
  • Dr Tirivanhu, Precious; Mr Jansen van Rensburg, Mandri (Development Southern Africa, 2017-11-11)
    There is growing recognition of the critical role that National Monitoring and Evaluation Systems can play in achieving sustainable development through enhancing effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of policies and ...
  • Caitlin, Blaser Mapitsa; Linda, Khumalo; Hermine, Engel; Dominique, Wooldridge (African Evaluation Journal, 2019-06-26)
    Theory of Change for Development is a free online course developed at an African institution to strengthen evaluation capacity in the region. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) provide a platform for building skills ...
  • CLEAR-AA (CLEAR-AA, 2017-02)
    Capacity building is generally provided to help organizations to develop their own capacity to better fulfil their core functions, and achieve their own mission. It requires in depth reflection on organization’s culture, ...
  • CLEAR-AA (CLEAR-AA, 2018)
    Much of the existing literature around M&E and evaluation systems is based on European, North American and Latin American theory and practice, with little written about African M&E systems. For example, a study by ...
  • Stephen, Porter; Osvaldo, Feinstein (CLEAR-AA, 2013)
    This study argues that the political economy of a country conditions the opportunities for evaluation to be used in policy processes. Consequently, evaluation capacity development practices need to be undertaken in a ...
  • Caitlin, Blaser Mapitsa; Marcel T., Korth (African Evaluation Journal, 2017-04-28)
    This article emphasizes the importance of reflecting on the methods employed when designing diagnostic tools for monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems. It sheds light on a broader debate about how we understand and ...
  • Khotso, Tsotsotso; Elizabeth, Montshiwa; Precious, Tirivanhu; Tebogo, Fish; Siyabonga, Sibiya; Tshepo, Mlangeni; Matsemela, Moloi; Nhlanhla, Mahlangu (Emerald Insights, 2019-02-20)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to improve the understanding of the drivers and determinants of skills demand in South Africa, given the country’s history and its current design as a developmental state. Design/ ...
  • Caitlin, Blaser Mapitsa; Linda, Khumalo (African Evaluation Journal, 2018)
    Since 2015, the Centre for Learning on Evaluation and Results-Anglophone Africa (CLEAR-AA) has implemented more than seven diagnostic tools to better understand monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems in the region. ...
  • Dr. Kithatu-Kiwekete, Angelita; Dr. Phillips, Sean (International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanity Studies, 2020-01)
    The practice of evaluation is gaining importance across governments in Africa. Country-driven evaluation should enhance the government’s capacity for accountability, knowledge management, performance, as well as improved ...
  • CLEAR-AA; InterAction (2017)
    This study would not exist without the contributions of many people. First, we must acknowledge the input of the international NGO participants at the Sub-Saharan Africa Practitioner Workshop on Evaluative Thinking and ...
  • Ian, Goldman; Albert, Byamugisha; Abdoulaye, Gounou; Laila R., Smith; Stanley, Ntakumba; Timothy, Lubanga; Damase, Sossou; Karen, Rot-Munstermann (African Evaluation Journal, 2018-03-29)
    Evaluation is not widespread in Africa, particularly evaluations instigated by governments rather than donors. However since 2007 an important policy experiment is emerging in South Africa, Benin and Uganda, which have ...

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