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Estimating Household Income to Monitor and Evaluate Public Investment Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa

"Monitoring rural household income is important for governments, donors, nongovernmental organizations, researchers, and others involved with development strategies, because increasing rural household income is a primary objective for achieving man…

Mainstreaming Managing for Development Results: Where do we Start? Lessons from Tanzania

Managing for Development Results (MfDR) is a management strategy that focuses on using performance information to improve decision making. MfDR involves using practical tools for strategic planning, risk management, progress monitoring, and outcom…

Using M&E to Improve Government Performance and Accountability

The policy- and decision-making environment is inherently political – both party political in terms of achieving an electoral mandate, and in terms of organisation politics and the political economy of the country. This leads to webs of power and in…

Final Report: Diagnostic Study on the Gender-Responsiveness of the South African National Evaluation System

Twende Mbele (TM) has commissioned Singizi to assess the extent to which the South African Government-Wide M&E System (GWM&E), National Evaluation System (NES) and related government-wide monitoring systems are adequately designed to respond to gend…

Gender Responsiveness Diagnostic Report of National Monitoring and Evaluation System in Uganda

There is growing awareness of the need for government interventions to be more reflective of the broader realities of societal and cultural norms within its context. For that to happen there is need for monitoring and evaluation systems to account …

Politique Nationale d'Evaluation 2012-2021 / National Evaluation Policy 2012-2021

Results-based management has been the subject of reform implemented in Benin's public administration since 2000. Since 2006, this reform has been generalized throughout the public administration and has led to a collective awareness of the need to e…

Gender Responsiveness of the National Monitoring and Evaluation Network: Results and Recommendations Benin

The Republic of Benin, together with Uganda and South Africa, is implementing the Twende Mbele (TM) programme which is a partnership between these three countries based on peer learning whose goal is to develop national evaluation systems that are a…

Diagnostic of the Gender Responsiveness of National Monitoring and Evaluation System: Benin, Uganda and South Africa

The AGDEN gender diagnostic matrix was used as an analytical tool to assess the extent to which provision were made and the existence/functionality of mechanism for gender mainstreaming in the National Monitoring and Evaluation plan as well as in th…

The National Evaluation Policy Landscape in Africa: A Comparison

This policy brief examines key elements of national evaluation policies among selected African countries with a view to inform policy-makers on good practices for the development of such policies. This brief draws from a comparative study conducted …

Diagnostic on the Supply and Demand of Evaluators in Uganda

This diagnostic study aimed at establishing the capacity and supply of evaluators in Uganda and what is required to strengthen this capacity and supply. On the supply side, the study established that there is a substantial potential pool of M&E cons…

Etude Diagnostique sur la Sensibilite du Systeme Nationale de Suivi-Evaluation du Benin par rapport au Genre / Diagnostic study on the Sensitivity of the Benin National Monitoring and Evaluation System in Relation to Gender

Despite a legal and institutional framework favourable to the promotion of gender equality, gender mainstreaming in Benin's monitoring and evaluation system could be improved in many respects. The national evaluation policy adopted in 2012 makes alm…

Report on a Scoping Visit to Ghana: 13-15 June 2017

A Twende Mbele delegation, comprised of the Chair of the Management Committee, Director for CLEAR-AA, and the South African Project Coordinator: Dr Ian Goldman, Dr Laila-Ruth Smith and Ms Rendani Manugu, respectively, undertook a scoping visit to G…

Rapport de la Mission Exploratoire du Programme Twende Mbele au Niger / Report of the Exploratory Mission of the Twende Mbele Program in Niger

As part of the development of evaluation in Africa and strengthening South-South cooperation, Benin, South Africa and Uganda have contributed to the design of an innovative program called "Twende Mbele" which means "Let's all move forward "in Swahi…

Monitoring of Local Government Budgets and Road Transport Services in Quarter II FY 2019/20

This report presents findings of the Budget and Service Delivery Monitoring Exercise (BSDME) carried out in 26 districts where the Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment (ACODE) operates . The exercise was undertaken by ACODE and its …

Payment Patterns in Nigeria’s Public Facilities: Unexpected Costs and Implications for Health-seeking Behaviour in Nigeria

In Nigeria’s health system, a better understanding is needed on the impact that unexpected costs have on health seeking behaviour. Of note, patients’ health-seeking choices between public vs. private facilities is influenced by their ex-ante percept…

Tracer Study Report: Effects of the Parliamentary Capacity Strengthening Initiatives Implemented by CLEAR-AA and Twende Mbele between 2017 & 2018

This report presents results from a tracer study conducted by CLEAR-AA in partnership with Twende Mbele following their capacity strengthening interventions aimed at improving evidence use and M&E processes in African parliaments between 2017 and 20…

Getting Evidence Quicker: The Development of Rapid Evaluation in Selected African Countries

In a recent research study by Twende Mbele to assess the state of M&E culture in five participating governments, a question regarding the ‘[timeliness of] information provided to decision-makers’ was asked to more than 462 managers. On average 61% o…

What is Meant by Transforming Evaluations for Africa?

In light of the recent global ‘Black lives Matter’ protests, we are increasing seeing a movement for the complete overhaul of racist systems that reinforce and recreate the types actions that result in global inequalities and discrimination based on…

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