Browsing The African M&E Hub by Title

Browsing The African M&E Hub by Title

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  • 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 ...
  • CLEAR-AA (CLEAR-AA, 2017)
    The overall objective of this evaluation was to established the extent to which the ETDP SETA funded programmes implemented between 2011 and 2016 were effective. This means that the purpose of this evaluation was to determine ...
  • Ian, Goldman; Carol N., Deliwe; Stephen, Taylor; Zeenat, Ishmail; Laila R., Smith; Thokozile, Masangu; Christopher, Adams; Gillian, Wilson; Dugan, Fraser; Annette, Griessel; Cara, Waller; Siphesihle, Dumisa; Alyna, Wyatt; Jamie, Robertsen (African Evaluation Journal, 2019-08-28)
    South Africa has pioneered national evaluation systems (NESs) along with Canada, Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Uganda and Benin. South Africa’s National Evaluation Policy Framework (NEPF) was approved by Cabinet in November ...
  • Basia D., Bless; Khotso, Tsotsotso; Eden K., Gebremichael (African Evaluation Journal, 2017-05-31)
    This article was based on the study on the assessment of evaluation capacity in the transport sector in South Africa. The purpose of the study was to test the Six Sphere Framework (SSF), which is an innovative evaluation ...
  • Mr Jackson, T. Edward; Harji, Karim (CLEAR-AA, 2016)
    This is the syllabus for an executive course on evaluating impact investing in Africa. It is designed for professionals in finance and investment, business management and acceleration, social enterprise, social innovation, ...
  • Evaluation Research Agency (2017-03-01)
    The primary goal with the development of the African Evaluation Database (AfrED) is to capture, clean and present – in a user-friendly manner – information on evaluation projects, studies, agencies and actors in Africa. ...
  • CLEAR-AA; IDEV (Independent Development Evaluation African Development Bank) (IDEV, 2018)
    Evaluation plays a critical role in the effective implementation of good governance structures in Africa, in promoting accountability, learning, development effectiveness, and sustained and rapid economic growth. The ...
  • Mr Tsotsotso, Khotso; Dr Thanti, Mthanti; Mr Sibiya, Siyabonga; Ms Fish, Tebogo (CLEAR-AA and Wits Business School (WBS), 2018-10-25)
    This report is a result of an Evaluation commissioned by the Limpopo Economic Development, Environment and Tourism (LEDET), which is intended to assess the quality of implementation and effectiveness of institutional ...
  • Caitlin, Blaser Mapitsa; Madri S., Jansen van Rensburg (African Evaluation Journal, 2017-04-26)
    This article reflects on the implementation of a diagnostic study carried out to understand the gender responsiveness of the national monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems of Benin, South Africa and Uganda. Carrying ...
  • Caitlin, Blaser Mapitsa; Dr Takunda, Chirau (Elsevier, 2019-05-03)
    Purpose: This article explores the implications of outsourcing the evaluation function in South Africa, a context where there is a mismatch between evaluation supply and demand. It unpacks the tradeoffs between internal ...
  • Tsotsotso, Khotso (Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 2020-01-08)
    This study provides an analysis of the practical and theoretical differences in Social Impact Measurements (SIM)–as defined and is core to Impact Investing–and Programme Evaluation (PE) used in Monitoring and Evaluation ...
  • Ms Blaser Mapitsa, Caitlin (JAAS, 2016)
    Drawing on research from five peri-urban sites across South Africa on how local government is responding to mobility, this research explores how xenophobia is being produced by local governance processes and structures. ...
  • Ms Candice, Morkel; Mr Mokgophana, Ramasobana (African Evaluation Journal, 2017-04-26)
    The growing demand for evidence to support policy decisions, guide resource allocation and demonstrate results has elevated the need for expertise in monitoring and evaluation (M&E). Despite the mushrooming of short ...
  • CLEAR-AA; ZANEX Foundation (CLEAR-AA, 2017)
    This aim of this meta-analysis is to explore the various contextual factors and design features that influence the magnitude of the effects reported in education impact studies. The meta-analysis investigates investors and ...
  • Dr Ebenezer, Adaku; Dr Charles Teye, Amoatey; Mr Richard Kingsford, Otoo; Ms Linda, Khumalo; Mr Khotso, Tsotsotso; Ms Hermine, Engel; Ms Aisha Jore, Ali; Ms Elizabeth, Asiimwe; Dr Laila Ruth, Smith; Dr Takunda J., Chirau; Ms Masego, Tabane; Ms Caitlin Blaser, Mapitsa (CLEAR-AA, 2019)
    The findings presented in this document show how systems for M&E in countries of focus are slowly growing. These M&E systems differ significantly in maturity, capacity, and effectiveness. Governments are increasingly taking ...
  • Takunda, Chirau; Cara, Waller; Caitlin, Blaser Mapitsa (CLEAR-AA, 2018)
    This policy brief examines key elements of national evaluation policies among selected African countries with a view to inform policy-makers on good practices for the development of such policies. This brief draws from a ...
  • CLEAR-AA (CLEAR-AA, 2017)
    Monitoring and evaluation systems in Africa are growing rapidly, but it has been difficult to understand the nature of this growth. This is in part because there are so many different ways to understand the components of ...
  • Ms Blaser Mapitsa, Caitlin; Ms Polzer Ngwato, Tara (American Journal of Evaluation, 2019)
    As global discussions of evaluation standards become more contextually nuanced, culturally responsive conceptions of ethics have not been sufficiently discussed. In academic social research, ethical clearance processes ...

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