Evaluation Capacity Development and Learning Programme Design
Sustainable Development Goals: 4, 17
- SDG 4 - Quality Education
- SDG 17 - Partnerships for the Goals
The revised 2018 Evaluation Policy called for strengthening the Organization’s capacity in evaluation, to systematically improve UNICEF programmes and achieving results for children. UNICEF initiated an Evaluation Blended Learning Programme to provide UNICEF staff and partners with the requisite technical skills and competencies to delivery credible evaluation evidence in a timely manner and help improve learning and accountability. As part of this effort, the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore and UNICEF designed a Two-Week Face-to-Face Executive Course for Evaluation Managers to be delivered to about 250 partners and 150 UNICEF staff. The UNICEF Evaluation Office, Regional Evaluation Advisors, Regional and Country Office Evaluation Specialists participated in a Validation Workshop in Berlin to review and validate the draft Course Curriculum by dissecting each Course Module in detail, including session design and content, so as to ensure that the Course responds to national demands for stronger evaluation capacities, in support of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and the realization of children’s rights.
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