Monitoring and evaluation in the agriculture and rural development sectors ‒ reflections on the NEC ConferenceBlog
Since 2009, the United Nations Development Programme Independent Evaluation Office has been organizing the biennial National Evaluation Capacities (NEC) Conference, engaging influential participants from government, civil society and academia from more than 180 countries, representatives from numerous United Nations agencies, as well as bilateral and multilateral partners.
The Seventh NEC Conference took place at the International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization (ITC-ILO) in Turin, Italy, on 25-28 October 2022. Following the upheaval and socioeconomic fragility brought about by the global pandemic, the conference focused on “Resilient National Evaluation Systems for Sustainable Development”.
This blog shares the
Innover dans le suivi et évaluation afin de mieux répondre aux besoins des décideurs au niveau nationalBlog
This was the theme that brought together high-level representatives from Benin, Senegal, Tunisia and Morocco, who shared examples of innovations in their national monitoring and evaluation systems in an online panel organised during the gLOCAL Evaluation Week 2022. Some of the M&E innovations presented were procedural, such as the reform undertaken in Tunisia to improve the management and evaluation of troubled projects, which led to the development of the Unified Framework for the Evaluation of Public Projects and the informatization of their monitoring. Other innovations presented, however, were methodological, such as the rapid evaluations and facilitated evaluations in