CLEAR is looking for an Evaluation Capacity Development (ECD) Consultant to be responsible for the Monitoring and Evaluation Training Harmonization Assessment.
The concrete aim of this consultancy is to help CLEAR assess the potential for harmonization of two types of trainings: Fundamentals of M&E and Impact Evaluation.
The consultancy will be contributing to four intended major outcomes: (i) building the CLEAR global brand with respect to M&E training; (ii) ensuring that good practices from one region are transferred to other regions; (iii) creating efficiencies in the delivery of these trainings; and (iv) promoting enhancement of quality assurance standards.
Expression of Interest should be submitted by the 28th January 2019 to the following individuals:
Leonardo Lemes (email@example.com); and Mariana Branco (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more details, see Terms of Reference
CLEAR-AA is hosting the Use of Evidence in Sector Skills Planning Seminar, where we ask the question, “does evidence matter in Sector Skills Planning in South Africa?” The seminar aims to stimulate debate among scholars, practitioners and other stakeholders with an interest in Sector Skills Planning on enablers and barriers to evidence use and ways in which uptake can be encouraged.
See full invitation for themes to be covered during the seminar
Date: 24 January 2019
Venue: 2 St David’s Place, Parktown | Wits School of Governance | Classroom C
RSVP by Monday 21 January 2019 to email@example.com
Deadline for submission: 10 January 2019
In order to strengthen its team to increase its response to capacity, CLEAR’s French Center for Francophone Africa (Center for Learning on Evaluation and Results) is launching a recruitment positions below:
– (1) SPECIALISTE MONITORING AND SENIOR EVALUATION
– (1) RESPONSIBLE FOR KNOWLEDGE AND COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT
– (3) YOUNG PROFESSIONALS OR RESEARCHERS in internship position
– (1) FINANCIAL AND ACCOUNTING OFFICER
Details are accessible on the following link: http://www.cesag.sn/index.php/2018-08-15-16-40-25/clear
Applications will be received until Friday 04 January 2019 at 17:00 GMT at the latest.
The blog titled “Made in Africa Evaluation: Africa’s novel approach towards its developmental paths (Part 1) provided an historical overview on some of the initiatives proposed to pioneer the MAE concept by various African scholars and evaluation practitioners. These include Prof. Zenda Ofir, Prof. Bagele Chilisa, Dr. Sukai Prom Jackson and Dr. Sully Gariba just to name a few. As a follow-up, Part 2 of the blog aims to explore some of the factors that influence maturity of the MAE concept beyond rhetoric and into practice, and raises a question around its uptake within the broader evaluation discourse.