ItemResponsible Data Governance for Monitoring and Evaluation in the African Context: Overview of data governance(CLEAR-AA, 2021-12-15) Durieux, Monet; Flink, Ilsle; Govender, Jerusha; Irura, Mark; Jason, Desiree; Musila, Jessica; Tshuma, Brian; Sibande, Rachel; Raftree, Linda ItemQuality Review of the African Evaluation Database (AfrED) Reports(CLEAR-AA, 2021-04-16) CLEAR-AA ItemAdaptively managing Climate Change: The case of building food security resilience in Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia(CLEAR-AA, 2021-04-16) CLEAR-AA ItemMaking Better Decisions: Impact Measurement and Management in South Africa(Bertha Center, Impact Investing, CLEAR-AA, 2020-10-01) ItemAfrican Monitoring and Evaluation Systems Workshop Report(CLEAR-AA, 2012-09) CLEAR-AADPME 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 able to reflect on the African Monitoring and Evaluation Systems case studies, analyse M&E within their own country in terms of what was working well, and identify potential areas for learning and improvement. The workshop was attended by senior monitoring and evaluation officials from seven African case countries, as well as by experts from Colombia, Malaysia, theWorld Bank, the African Development Bank (AfDB), the African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) and the German Development Cooperation (GIZ). The workshop was facilitated by professional process consultants (Indigenous Peoples Knowledge). ItemEvaluation in Africa: Database and Survey Report(2017-03-01) Evaluation Research AgencyThe 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. The database captures basic bibliographic and other related metadata on selected country papers, terms of reference, presentations, journal articles, conference proceedings/papers/presentations and reports with respect to evaluations for the period 2005 – 2015. The geographical scope currently covers 12 sub-Saharan Anglophone countries. ItemETDP SETA Synthesis Report(CLEAR-AA, 2017) CLEAR-AAThe 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 whether the programme outcomes have been achieved, to assess the quality and relevance of the programmes and their efficiency. The first method of this evaluation applied in each phase was a graduate tracer study which sought to (a) locate graduates and establish from them the actual and perceived achievements of the programmes; and (b) determine what the outcome of the programmes have been for participants as well as the sectors where graduates are located. This evaluation was commissioned by the ETDP SETA for use in programme improvement, and to provide evidence toward policy recommendations in the future restructuring of the SETA. ItemSocio Economic Rights Institute (SERI) Evaluation Report(2017-12) Dr Smith, Laila; Dr Gotsch, PeterDespite 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) poverty and socio-spatial segregation continue to grow in South Africa (SA), and there is a tendency of the apartheid patterns being perpetuated by the dynamics of new markets ideo-logies and politics. Indeed, a rising backlog in housing (2.1 million in 2016), together with a perpetuation of informal settlements (2 600 settlements that house 13% of SA’s households) and the prevalence of hundreds of “illegally” occupied inner city buildings (such as in Johannesburg) illustrates the limited ca-pacity of the government to provide the poor and vulnerable in the country with adequate solutions. While South Africa is a country with one of the most progressive constitutions in the world and a pro-gressive and innovative policy framework, the problem mainly lies in their implementation on the ground. Within this context, the Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (SERI) is a non-profit human rights organisation trying to address the gap between policy and implementation by working with communities, social movements, individuals and other non-profit organisations to develop and implement strategies to challenge inequality and realise socio-economic rights for the vulnerable and poor. The organisation was founded in 2010 and provides legal advice and representation, research services and advocacy support to its clients and partners. ItemEvaluation of Limpopo Enterprise Development Programme(CLEAR-AA and Wits Business School (WBS), 2018-10-25) Mr Tsotsotso, Khotso; Dr Thanti, Mthanti; Mr Sibiya, Siyabonga; Ms Fish, TebogoThis 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 arrangements, to deliver Limpopo Enterprise Development Programme. The Evaluation was granted to an Evaluation team from Wits Enterprise, consisting of sector experts from Wits Business School (WBS) and M&E technical Specialists from the Centre for Learning on Evaluation and Results – Anglophone Africa (CLEAR-AA).