M&E Practice

M&E Practice

 

Our work is intended to support and improve M&E contributes to enhance governance and improved development outcomes across the continent. Here you will find Learning Notes; Policy Briefs; Practice Briefs; and Resources intended to inform evaluation practice.

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  • 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 ...
  • 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, ...
  • 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, 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 ...
  • Mr Tsotsotso, Khotso (CLEAR-AA, 2019-10)
    The M&E system is in itself made-up of a number of inter-related and inter-connected sub-systems. One key sub-system of the M&E system is an effective and efficient data management system. Data management refers to the ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...