Browsing The African M&E Hub by Title

Browsing The African M&E Hub by Title

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  • 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 ...
  • Laila R., Smith; Lewis, Ndhlovu; Stephen, Narsoo (African Evaluation Journal, 2017-07-24)
    The City of Johannesburg (COJ) provides services to approximately 5 million people; yet the elements of monitoring and evaluation remain a missing link in the design and implementation of programmes. This was the case even ...
  • CLEAR-AA (CLEAR-AA, 2017-12-08)
    The aim of the study was to determine the extent to which selected national agencies/departments that have mandates to support local government promote evaluation practice, provide support to municipalities for the ...
  • Kieron D., Crawley (African Evaluation Journal, 2017)
    Successful evaluation capacity development (ECD) at regional, national and institutional levels has been built on a sound understanding of the opportunities and constraints in establishing and sustaining a monitoring and ...
  • Ms Ali, Aisha (CLEAR-AA, 2019-01)
    Social media is growing exponentially in Africa. While many governments perceive an increase in political social media as a threat, and several governments have set up social media controls and even sanctioned complete ...
  • Dr Smith, Laila; Dr Gotsch, Peter (2017-12)
    Despite great achievements in the delivery of housing in 23 years since the end of apartheid (including more than 3.7 million housing subsidies provided1 through the South African reconstruction and devel-opment programme) ...
  • CLEAR-AA (CLEAR-AA, 2017)
    The course was delivered over five days (Monday to Friday) by two qualified and experienced M&E academics/facilitators using a combination of lecture, group work and practical exercises. The course made particular use of ...
  • Ms Amisi, Matodzi Michelle; Dr Chirau, Takunda (CLEAR-AA, 2019-02)
    CLEAR-AA’s regional strategy, completed at the end of 2018, details how CLEAR-AA will work with partners in Anglophone Africa to strengthen evaluation in the region. It also explores ways to strengthen the use of evaluative ...
  • Dr. Getnet Alemu, Alemu; Salim, Latib (2013)
    This study investigates the conditions under which demand for evaluation is generated, the latent and potential demand for evaluation, the range and capacity of entities supplying evaluation services, and the areas in which ...
  • Prof. Samuel, Adams; Dr. Charles, Amoatey; Joe, Taabazuing; Osvaldo, Feinstein (CLEAR-AA, 2013)
    There is growing recognition of the critical role of evaluations to generate relevant information to guide the decisions and actions of policy makers and project managers. Yet, there is poor understanding of the demand and ...
  • Dr. Hannock, Kumwenda (CLEAR-AA, 2013)
    This report provides a review of two dimensions of evaluation practice in Malawi: (i) the conditions under which demand for evidence is generated; and (ii) the areas in which supply can be strengthened to meet and foster ...
  • Mr. Charles, Gasana; Stephen, Porter (CLEAR-AA, 2013)
    This research explores (i) the conditions under which demand is generated for evidence; and (ii) the areas in which supply can be strengthened in relation to evaluation in Rwanda. The research shows that there are currently ...
  • Mr. Osward, Mulenga; Mr Stephen, Porter (2013)
    This report seeks to present in relation to evaluation in Zambia: (i) the conditions under which demand is generated for evidence; and (ii) the areas in which supply can be strengthened to meet and foster this demand. This ...
  • CLEAR-AA; UNICEF (CLEAR-AA, 2019-11)
    This guide is intended for officers in African governments who are involved in developing voluntary national reviews (VNRs) of country performance against the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It is also intended ...

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