Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding

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M&E Thursday Talk - Ask an Evaluator!

 

Join us on Thursday, September 15th at 10:00 am EDT as Cynthia (Cindy) Clapp-Wincek hosts a special edition of the M&E Thursday Talk series, "Ask an Evaluator".

 

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This special webinar will be an open discussion with DM&E professionals from across the globe, offering participants to share their advice, voice their concerns and discuss future projects with both Cindy and other attendees.

 

Our host, Cynthia Clapp-Wincek (Cindy), has over 30 years of experience with strategic planning, monitoring, and evaluation. She has worked in the US government as well as an independent consultant.While consulting she worked with clients of all types -- public, non-profit, for profit, foundations; from large to small. As a former Director of the Office of Learning, Evaluation and Research, Cindy led the rebuilding of USAID's evaluation program and strengthened learning, monitoring, and evaluation in USAID's Program Cycle.  This integrated evaluation program demonstrated evidence of improvement in quality, quantity and use of evaluation throughout USAID in the three years of her tenure.  

 

Cindy's current consulting practice focuses on areas of development where linear logic models don't hold and other planning and evaluation approaches are needed.  Much of her work focuses on peacebuilding, at the Alliance for Peacebuilding and with the Pentagon's Security Sector Assistance.  

 

We hope that you will be able to join us!

 

When: Thursday, September 15th at 10:00 am EDT

 

Where:Click here to register!

 

**Please register before the webinar to receive your unique registration link**

 

Thank you all who were part of the webinar this morning.  I will try to answer the questions that we didn't get to.  

I did see that someone asked that I repeat the resources I mentioned:

     DME for Peace Online Field Guide - it has general M&E information as well as resources specific to peacebuilding M&E.

     The second resources I mentioned was www.betterevaluation.org    It is not specific to peacebuilding but very helpful in leading folks through the evaluation process.

 

I will add more later today.  Thanks for your interest!