SAMEA NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE
Our January 2023 newsletter includes all the latest news of what’s happening at SAMEA. Leading the newsletter is the Chair's message highlighting some exciting changes following the strategic planning session held in January. Click here to read the latest SAMEA newsletter and how you can become involved in this M&E community.
Read the latest SAMEA quarterly newsletter with a message from the outgoing Chair.
Hot off the press! July 2022 SAMEA newsletter. Read all about it.
Click here to find out how you can participate in our upcoming events featured in the April newsletter.
Click here to read our latest newsletter.
Click here to read SAMEA's last message for 2021.
Read all about the latest SAMEA happenings in our October newsletter!
Click to read the SAMEA July 2021 Newsletter
Welcome to our April newsletter! You’ll find that it is filled with information about our upcoming June workshops, the Emerging Evaluator programme, exciting new activities planned for the rest of the year, friendly reminders and even some discount offerings from our new in-kind partner. Click to read the SAMEA April 2021 Newsletter.
Download the 2020 December Newsletter which highlights the year's activities and more.
Download the 2020 Special Edition of the SAMEA Newsletter which highlights an overview of SAMEA activities and achievements.
SAMEA has grown from strength to strength over the years. We are close to reaching our goal of at least 20 institutional members. Our membership is also diversifying and there is active participation and engagement through our different platforms.
The SAMEA board is designing activities this year with the idea of bringing a volunteer cadre to the fore to help build our community .
Meet the TIG conveners who will facilitate discussions until the end of June 2018
We would like to wish you well for 2018, introduce you to the new board and share some of our plans for 2018.
Our thoughts turn gratefully to our SAMEA members' that have made our progress as an association possible in 2017.
Find some statistics for the recently concluded 6th biennial conference