young emerging evaluators programme
Our mission is to bridge the gap between aspiring evaluators and seasoned professionals. We aim to create a vibrant community that fosters learning, collaboration, and innovation in the monitoring and evaluation sector.
Work Immersion programme ( 12 months )

In partnership with United Nations Children`s Fund South Africa (UNICEF SA), United Nations World Food Programme (UN WFP) and Centre for Learning on Evaluations and Results, Anglophone Africa (CLEAR-AA), YEEs are placed in work opportunities to gain practical experience, knowledge and networking to become competent professionals in the evaluation space and enhance employability.

Short-term work experience

Short-term work contracts provide YEEs with additional opportunities to gain practical experience. These could be working on a Rapid Evaluation for a government department, evidence mapping for the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, supporting the identification of existing indicators and guidelines on M&E for Just Transition, etc.

Emerging Evaluators’ Topical Interest Group

The Emerging Evaluators` Topical Interest Group is a network of EEs conducting monthly online webinars on topics identified by EEs. Topics have included Rapid Evaluations, how to develop a Theory of Change, Quantitative research approaches etc. To find out more contact [email protected]

Capacity strengthening

SAMEA endeavours to offer reduced fees for YEEs attending SAMEA`s capacity strengthening workshops.

For more information on Emerging Evaluators, contact [email protected]