RE: The pervasive power of western evaluation culture: how and in what ways do you wrestle with ensuring evaluation is culturally appropriate and beneficial to those who legitimise development aid? | Eval Forward

My expression and vision in terms of lived experience within the spirit of coexistence of the indigenous communities is the following: we can respectfully say that the evaluation is culturally appropriate if it manages to generate a presentation as a result of assuming, agreeing on the lessons that are extracted and at the same time are embodied as experiences of having assumed the different challenges and if finally ends up prioritizing and endorsing in a justified and concerted manner with the environment and the cultural context and their pillars of knowledge, their respective values and lessons learned as indigenous practices.