Join Dr. Rhona Mijumbi-Deve and Dr. Ismael Kawooya in sharing their insights and experiences with evidence use and rapid response services in Uganda.
This webinar will provide a brief understanding of pragmatic step-by-step process for conducting rapid data analysis including univariate, bivariate and multivariate analysis and visualization using Pivot tables/graphs. While the webinar is centered on the above, it will also impart insights on the types of evaluation data, importance of data collection, key performance indicators and data quality control and assurance.
Please join our upcoming EduCOVID TIG webinar which will focus on Learning Briefs as a knowledge management tool that evaluators can use to facilitate reflective practice and share learning and this TIG will be hosted by a YEE Tikwiza Silubonde.
In this webinar, Dr. Archibald will provide an overview of the current trends in evaluative thinking, with relation to both research and practice. He will then explore the ways in which evaluative thinking is important in a time of crisis, and how the crisis can in turn influence evaluation thinking. Participants will revive some practical tips and tools to promote and expand evaluative thinking among the groups and people with whom they work.
This 2-hour introductory training unpacks the challenges of virtual facilitation, and equips participants with tips and tools for facilitating more engaging, participatory, and productive virtual experiences.
Join the SAMEA EduCOVID TIG, launching 14 May 2020, 14:00-15:00 via Zoom. SAMEA is convening a Topical Interest Group (TIG) for those working in the field of education, who are interested in cooperating around Covid-19 and Education in South Africa.
Is it worth the effort to look to Ecology and Evolutionary Biology for help in developing program theory, choosing methodology, and interpreting data?
At the close of 2019 (December) and shortly before New Year 2020 set in, news streamed from Wuhan, China of an outbreak of the now global nuisance –the corona virus (COVID 19). Few people across the world could have picked interest in such a story then but its ravaging impact has almost made every person aware of not only its danger but the various dimensions it has taken to the global society at ransom. Nobody has the cure yet and most interventions being tried by various countries have not been based on sound evidence; at least from the monitoring and evaluation vocabulary. This webinar intends to have a conversation on the role of M&E in the whole equation of government interventions.
The South African Monitoring and Evaluation Association (SAMEA) Capacity Building Workshops brings together evaluators, government officials, development practitioners, and donor organisations from all over the world. SAMEA will hold one- and two-day workshops on theories, methodologies, tools and new developments in the field of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E). These workshops will offer our delegates an opportunity to build their skills in M&E and deepen their practice. This year, the conference workshops will be held from the 22nd to 23rd October 2020.