The Learning Portal for Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding

Our Mission

The Learning Portal for Design, Monitoring & Evaluation (DM&E) for Peacebuilding is a community of practice for DM&E peacebuilding professionals. It provides a transparent and collaborative space for the sharing of:

  • Evaluation reports and data
  • Methodologies and tools
  • Best and emerging practices
  • DM&E events and opportunities

By making this material easily accesible we hope to improve the practice of DM&E for peacebuilding and increase the effectiveness of peacebuilding programs.


Featured Resources

Ask an Expert: Thursday Talks

Do you have a burning question about your M&E plan? Are you wondering how to best start an evaluation? Or use a particular evaluation methodology? Then join us this Thursday and ask an expert during the Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation Thursday Talks. 

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Learning and Accountability: Behind the Buzzwords and Debate

What's the real story behind the words "learning" and "accountability"? Michael Zanchelli of United States Institute of Peace digs into these terms and discusses ways on how we can reconcile the tension between the two. 

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Notes from the Field: Reflections from AfrEA 2014

Charline Burton from Search for Common Ground blogs about key takeaways from the AfrEA 2014 conference. 

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Community At A Glance


Monitoring as a Practice Point
  Earlier this week an organizational development specialist of a large organization and I...
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"Outcome Mapping Evaluation Approach in Peacebuilding: Case Study in Tanzania" - April 10, 2014
The Peacebuidling Evaluation Consortium (PEC) and the Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation (NPE)...
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"Are Evaluations Ever Read, Ever Used?" - April 17, 2014
The Peacebuidling Evaluation Consortium (PEC) and the Network for Peacebuilding...
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Revitalizing Reflective Practice
Revitalizing Reflective Practice Peacebuilding values and has a rich history of critical...
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Data visualization: Is a picture worth a thousand words or a waste of resources?
As Michael Quinn Patton emphasizes in his literature on utilization focused evaluations, an...
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Documenting Peacebuilding: Case Studies
Documenting Peacebuilding: Case Studies Case studies are a terrific, low-cost way to document...
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"Intelligent ToC: Using a Means Ends Objectives Network to Represent Non-Linear Theories of Change"
Join us next week on April, 24, 2014 for our Thursday Talk with Dave Davis on Intelligent Theories...
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Notes from the Field: Reflections from AfrEA 2014 Part I
Given my background as a former “conflict sensitivity programs coordinator” in eastern DRC for...
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Thursday Talks General Information
The Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation (NPE)   The Network for Peacebuilding...
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