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Register! e- Learning programme on Development Evaluation

UNICEF, Claremont Graduate University and IOCE, under the EvalPartners> initiative, with support from The Rockefeller Foundation and in partnership with UN Women, are pleased to announce the launch of the second round of introductory e-Learning programme on Development Evaluation. In the previous round, almost 13.000 participants from 172 countries registered, with a satisfaction rate of 72%.

The e-learning is composed of the following three courses:
·        Equity-focused and Gender-responsive Evaluations<>
·        National Evaluation Capacity Development for Country-led
Monitoring and Evaluation Systems<>
·        Emerging Practices in Development Evaluations<>

The instructors are 30 world-level specialists<>:
·        International experts, including Michael Quinn Patton, Michael
Bamberger, Jim Rugh, David Fetterman,  Patricia Rogers, Stewart Donaldson,
Bob Williams, Martin Reynolds and Hallie Preskill;
·        Senior representatives of the international community, including
Caroline Heider, Indran Naidoo, Inga Sniukaite, Fred Carden, Hans Lundgren,
and Marco Segone;
·        Senior managers responsible for country-led M&E systems, including
Sivagnanasothy Velayuthan and Diego Dorado
·        Leaders from the Global South and BRIC countries, including Zenda
Ofir, Shiva Kumar and Alexey Kuzmin

The e-learning is free and open to all interested evaluators. You may
attend virtually from your personal or work computer anywhere in the world.
The course includes on-line lectures, reading material and tests.
Participants will have the opportunity to engage in an on-line forum, and
on successful completion of the
e-learning course will be able to print out a certificate of virtual

Based on the feedback received in the previous round, the following
enhancements have been done:
·        The three courses will be opened on Monday, 23rd September
·        The courses can be taken at your own pace
·        You can create/customize your own course<> by taking
the 10 units you are most interested
·        You may take a few units<> and not an
entire course – however, you won’t obtain a certificate

For additional information, watch the introductory video<> by Marco Segone (UNICEF Evaluation Office and
EvalPartners Co-Chair) and Natalia Kosheleva (IOCE President and
EvalPartners Co-Chair).

For registration, visit: