The Board of the African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) in partnership with The Uganda Evaluation Association (UEA) takes pleasure to invite submissions for the 8th AfrEA International Conference.
Conference theme : Evaluation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Opportunities and challenges for Africa
When: Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort hotel in Kampala, Uganda
When:March 27-31, 2017.
The conference acts as the foundation for promoting and advocating AfrEA’s “Made in Africa” approach, and allows, knowledge sharing, collaboration and networking with a wide range of international organisation and individuals. Please read more details of this call via this link http://conferences.afrea.org/ and submit your papers.
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A Selection of the Best Papers from the SAMEA 5th Biennial Conference 2015
A Selection of the Best Papers from the 5th
Biennial South African Monitoring and Evaluation Association Conference
2015 compiled into an ePublication is available for viewing or download
in the following formats:
The theme for the conference was: 'Using Evaluation to Improve People's Lives'
Please click on the links below to view the files online or right click and "save as" to download.
Seminars Presentations by Prof Laurie Stevahn (AEA)
SAMEA, in partnership with the Department of Planning Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME), the ZENEX Foundation, Centre for Research on Evaluation Science and Technology (CREST) and Creative Consulting & Development Works (CC&DW) held a series of seminars with Prof Laurie Stevahn from the American Evaluation Association (AEA). Prof Stevahn shared insights on a range of topics in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town and Stellenbosch from 7 -14 June 2016. Please click here to view all her presentations
Join lively discussions on SAMEATalk
The SAMEA board has decided to take a more active role in building a community of practice within the SAMEA community.From April onwards each board member will promote a series of discussions which will hopefully contribute to a sharing of resources, critical engagement and to strengthen our community of practice.We urge you to join the SAMEA Talk listserv to take part in the lively discussions.