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1 Proposed/Agreed Actions/Commitments to Partner/Contribute Towards the Proposed EvalYear 2015 SOUTH-SOUTH SOLUTIONS SUPPLY - DEMAND MATCHING Third International Conference on National Evaluation Capacities 2013 29 Sep - 2 Oct 2013, São Paulo, Brazil

2 Signatories

3 1 Develop and implement a transparent results based monitoring and evaluation framework to track the efforts and results of the implemented commitments proposed in this conference. Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) – Mr. Patrick McCaskie (Gov. of Barbados) Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—COE & SLEvA) – Mr. Teertha Raj Dhakal (Nepal) Ms. Beverley Best (OECS) – Dr. Igr Saidi Kibeya (Burundi) – Dr. Albert K. Byamugisha (Uganda) Mr. Samson Masese Machuka (Kenya) – Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) Ms. Rosetti Nabbumba Nayenga (Uganda) – Mr. Winston Nyasulu (Malawi) Dr. Ir. Arif Haryana (Indonesia) – Mr. Ziad Moussa (Lebanon) – Mr. Santosh Mehrotra (India) Ms. Oyuntsetseg Khurts (Mongolia) – Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname)

4 2 Collaborate to build and strengthen credible national data systems to improve the integrity of such systems, in order to better link performance of policies and programmes. Mr. Patrick McCaskie (Gov. of Barbados) – Mr. Shawn Grey (Jamaica) Ms. Jennifer Mutua (Kenya—AfrEA) – Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) – Mr. Jimmy Kawaye (Malawi) -- Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname) Mr. Aristide Djidjoho (Benin) – Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) – Dr. Ir. Arif Haryana (Indonesia) Ms. Oyuntsetseg Khurts (Mongolia) – Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) Mr. Bruno Dery (Ghana) – Mr. Samuel Hernandez (El Salvador)

5 3 Develop systems to promote the transparent follow-up of evaluations, such as management response tracking systems and citizen’s commission that allow for effective monitoring of the implementation of evaluation recommendations. Hon. Mrs. Rangina Kargar (Afghanistan) – Mr. Hans-Martin Boehmer ([IEG] World Bank) Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Sri Lanka) – Ms. Aulida Anamali (Albania) Dr. Albert K. Byamugisha (Uganda) – Mr. Samson Masese Machuka (Kenya) Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) – Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) Ms. Rosetti Nabbumba Nayenga (Uganda) – Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) RBMA (Brazil) – Dr. Agustín Escobar (Mexico) – Ms. Shahrazat binti Haji Ahmad (Malaysia) H.E. Mahmoud El Said (Egypt)

6 4 Study the alternatives, assessing the pro and cons, of different options of institutional set-ups, such as national evaluation legislation and policies, where appropriate, taking the country/cultural context into account and establishing a set of minimum requirements based on lessons learnt. Ms. Oyuntsetseg Khurts (Mongolia) – Mr. Darrel Montrope (St. Lucia) – Ms. Susana Lobato (El Salvador) Ms. Doha Abdelhamid (Egypt) – RBMA (Brazil) – Hon. Jigmi Rinzin (Bhutan) Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Sri Lanka) – Mr. Shawn Grey (Jamaica) – Ms. Florita Azofeifa (Costa Rica) Mr. Patrick McCaskie (Barbados) – Ms. Aulida Anamali (Albania) – Magdalena Ordónez (Honduras) Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) – Dr. Zakari Lawal (Nigeria) Ms. Rosaura Trigueros Elizondo (Costa Rica) – Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) Mr. Samuel Hernandez (El Salvador) – Ms. Sabrina Storm (Costa Rica) Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) – Mr. Marco Segone (UNICEF) Ms. Anne Bramble (Barbados)

7 5 Develop /strengthen/ support / expand joint peer-to-peer systems and mentoring programmes among professional association of evaluators and government evaluation units. Ms. Rosetti Nabbumba Nayenga (Uganda) – Ms. Marie Gervais (Canada) – Mr. Sonam Tobgyal (Bhutan) Ms. Jennifer Mutua (Kenya— AfrEA) – Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Sri Lanka) Ms. Aulida Anamali (Albania) – Ms. Mallika Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) – RBMA (Brazil) Ms. Jennifer Bisgard (South Africa— AfrEA) – Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) Ms. Lyudmila Vladiko (Russia) – Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) – Dr. Albert K. Byamugisha (Uganda) Ms. Natalia Kosheleva (Russia) – H.E. Mahmoud El Said (Egypt) – Ms. Anne Bramble (Barbados) Mr. Ziad Moussa (Lebanon) – Mr. Marco Segone (UNICEF) – Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) – Mr. Jim Rugh (EvalPartners)

8 6 Create/strengthen Parliamentarians’ forum for development evaluation in different regions to advocate for use and conduct of evaluations. Ms. Jennifer Mutua (Kenya—AfrEA) – Mr. Bruno Dery (Ghana) – Mr. Asela Kalugampitiya (Sri Lanka) Hon. Jigmi Rinzin (Bhutan) – Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) Hon. Qaiser Jamal, MNA (Pakistan) – Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) Hon. Kabir Hashim (Sri Lanka) – Dr. Zakari Lawal (Nigeria) – Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname) Mr. Charles Amoatey (Ghana) – Mr. Marco Segone (UNICEF) Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) – Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) David Roberts (Australia) – Ms. Anne Bramble (Barbados) Ms. Maria Bustelo (Spain—European Evaluation Society)

9 7 Facilitate partnership / cooperation between Government, VOPEs, Parliament and Private Sector to strengthen the understanding about what evaluation is and how it can be useful for different actions. Hon. Mrs. Rangina Kargar (Afghanistan) – Mr. Zakari Bonkano (Niger) – Ms. Anne Bramble (Barbados) Ms. Rosetti Nabbumba Nayenga (Uganda) – Hon. Qaiser Jamal, MNA (Pakistan) – Mr. Bruno Dery (Ghana) Dr. Zakari Lawal (Nigeria) – Ms. Doha Abdelhamid (Egypt) – RBMA (Brazil) Mr. Asela Kalugampitiya (Sri Lanka) – Ms. Marie Gervais (Canada--Québec) – Hon. Jigmi Rinzin (Bhutan) Ms. Sabrina Storm (Costa Rica) – Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) Mr. Darrel Montrope (St. Lucia) – Ms. Aulida Anamali (Albania) – Ms. Ada Ocampo (Thailand—UNICEF) Dr. Igr Saidi Kibeya (Burundi) – Mr. Patrick McCaskie (Gov. of Barbados) Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) – Hon. Kabir Hashim (Sri Lanka) – Mr. Marco Segone (UNICEF) Ms. Beverley Best (OCES) – Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) – Mr. Jim Rugh (EvalPartners) – Ms. Rosa Mena (Dominican Republic) David Roberts (Australia) – Ms. Ivett Subero (Dominican Republic) – Mr. Esteban Tapella (Argentina) H.E. Mahmoud El Said (Egypt) – Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) – Ms. Lyudmila Vladiko (Russia) Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) – Mr. Teertha Raj Dhakal (Nepal) Ms. Arlyn Gonzalez (Panama) – Ms. Claudia Valenzuela (Brazil) – Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) Ms. Jennifer Mutua (Kenya—AfrEA) – Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname) – Mr. Leopoldo Font (Uruguay) Ms. Oyuntsetseg Khurts (Mongolia)

10 8 Develop approaches based on lessons learned, on how to incorporate cultural dimensions into evaluation in different regional and national contexts. Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) – Mr. Ziad Moussa (Lebanon—EvalMENA) Mr. Victor Manuel Quintero (Colombia) – Hon. Mrs. Rangina Kargar (Afghanistan) Mr. Zakari Bonkano (Niger) – Mrs. Iracy Soares Ribeiro Maciel (Brazil) – Ms. Doha Abdelhamid (Egypt) Magdalena Ordónez (Honduras) – Mr. Norberto Perotti (Argentina) Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) – Ms. Jennifer Mutua (Kenya—AfrEA) Ms. Inga Sniukaite (UN Women) – Ms. Laura Gonzalez (UN Women) Dr. Francois-Corneille Kedowide (Ethiopia—UNDP RSC Afrique) – Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname) Mr. Esteban Tapella (Argentina) – Ms. Martha McGuire (Canada) Mrs. Elizabeth Castelo Branco de Souza (Brazil) – Ms. Shahrazat binti Haji Ahmad (Malaysia) Ms. Ada Ocampo (Thailand—UNICEF)

11 9 Develop standards, based on lessons learned, to ensure proper triangulation of evidence, checks & balances and qualitative data use to not be just perception-based. David Roberts (Australia) – Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) Mr. Pablo Rodriguez-Bilella (Argentina) – Mr. Sonam Tobgyal (Bhutan) – H.E. Mahmoud El Said (Egypt) Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) – Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) Mrs. Iracy Soares Ribeiro Maciel (Brazil) – Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) – Ms. Rosetti Nabbumba Nayenga (Uganda) Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) – Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) Miss Ana Maria Carneiro (Brazil—UNICAMP) – Mr. Guillherme Pereira (Brazil) Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname) – Mr. Johann Lucas Jacob (Canada) Ms. Oyuntsetseg Khurts (Mongolia)

12 10 Develop standards, based on lessons learned to ensure stakeholders involvement while still guaranteeing independence of the evaluation. Mr. Sonam Tobgyal (Bhutan) – Hon. Jigmi Rinzin (Bhutan) – Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) – Mrs. Iracy Soares Ribeiro Maciel (Brazil) – Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) Hon. Kabir Hashim (Sri Lanka) – Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) – Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) Mr. Julio Raudales (Honduras) – Mr. Patrick McCaskie (Gov. of Barbados) Mr. Esteban Tapella (Argentina) – Mrs. Elizabeth Castelo Branco de Souza (Brazil) Ms. Christel Jacob (South Africa) – Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) – Mr. Guillherme Pereira (Brazil) David Roberts (Australia) – Ms. Tessie Tzavaras Catsambas (USA)

13 11 Develop/connect national registries/national statistical systems to M&E systems with increased frequency of data collection to support decision making. Mr. Paulo Jannuzzi (Brazil) – Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) – Dr. Albert K. Byamugisha (Uganda) Ms. Nompumelelo Madonda (South Africa) – Mr. Theofrid T.L. Kikombele (Tanzania) Ms. Jacqueline Warso (Suriname) – Ms. Katia Cristina Bassichetto (Brazil) Mr. Samuel Hernandez (El Salvador) – Ms. Baasanjav Radnaabazar (Mongolia) Mr. Alexandro Rodrigues Pinto (Brazil)

14 12 Have an online platform (NEC COP) to present/exchange experiences, keep NEC participants connected and follow up on commitments. Mr. Sonam Tobgyal (Bhutan) – Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) – Magdalena Ordónez (Honduras) – Ms. Lulama Sizani (South Africa) Dr. Albert K. Byamugisha (Uganda) – Ms. Jennifer Mutua (Kenya—AfrEA) – Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) Mr. Esteban Tapella (Argentina) – Mr. Johann Lucas Jacob (Canada) Mr. Pablo Rodriguez-Bilella (Argentina) – Mr. Norberto Perotti (Argentina) – Mr. Ziad Moussa (Lebanon)

15 13 Translate material on evaluation into different languages. Ms. Doha Abdelhamid (Egypt) – Ms. Aulida Anamali (Albania) – Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) Ms. Laura Gonzalez (UN Women) – Ms. Maria Bustelo (Spain—Master Program, Madrid) Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) – Mr. Rafael de Souza Camelo (Brazil) Mr. Dieudonne Mouafo (Canada/UN Volunteers) RBMA (Brazil) English & Spanish  Portugese Mr. Esteban Tapella (Argentina) English  Spanish Mr. Johann Lucas Jacob (Canada) English  French

16 14 Map and analyze effectiveness of coordination mechanisms and practices between central evaluation units and sector ministry units and local gov’t evaluation. Mr. Zakari Bonkano (Niger) – Mr. Marco Segone (UNICEF) – Ms. Doha Abdelhamid (Egypt) H.E. Mahmoud El Said (Egypt) – Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) – Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) Ms. Rosetti Nabbumba Nayenga (Uganda) – Mr. Leopoldo Font (Uruguay) – Mr. Fidel Arévalo (Guatemala) Mr. Federico Berardi (Argentina) – Mr. Pablo Rodriguez-Bilella (Argentina) Ms. Maria Bustelo (Spain—European Evaluation Society) – Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) Ms. Tessie Tzavaras Catsambas (USA—EvalPartners) – Mr. Johann Lucas Jacob (Canada) EvalMENA – Mr. Alexandro Rodrigues Pinto (Brazil) – Ms. Claudia Valenzuela (Brazil)

17 15 Support joint regional/national events to take stock of developments in these commitments (In 2014) including the sharing/learning good practices of validating data from multiple sources, managing sensitive data, disseminating evaluation results. Hon. Mrs. Rangina Kargar (Afghanistan) – Ms. Aulida Anamali (Albania) – Dr. Francois-Corneille Kedowide (Ethiopia—UNDP RSC Afrique) – Ms. Doha Abdelhamid (Egypt) Mr. Pablo Rodriguez-Bilella (Argentina—ReLAC) – Mr. Fidel Arévalo (Guatemala) Mr. Velayuthan Sivagnanasothy (Gov. of Sri Lanka) – David Roberts (Australia) Mr. Asela Kalugampitiya (Sri Lanka) – Hon. Kabir Hashim (Sri Lanka) – Mr. Mohamed Mouime (Morocco) Ms. Mallika R. Samaranayake (Sri Lanka—CoE— South Asia) – Mr. Charles Amoatey (Ghana) Dr. Albert K. Byamugisha (Uganda) – Ms. Jody Fitzpatrick (USA) – Mr. Kubat Jumaliev (Kyrgyzstan) Mr. Johann Lucas Jacob (Canada) – Ms. Juliana Wenceslau (UNDP Brazil) – Mr. Bruno Dery (Ghana) Ms. Selma Maria Hayakawa C. Serpa (Brazil) – EvalMENA – Mr. Marco Segone (UNICEF) Mr. Marco Vinicio Espinal Martínez (Dominican Republic) – Mr. David Akana (Cameroon) Ms. Maria Bustelo (Spain—European Evaluation Society) – Mrs. Elizabeth Castelo Branco de Souza (Brazil) Ms. Katia Cristina Bassichetto (Brazil)

18 16 Assign budgets or percentages of initiatives to evaluations when designing/approving projects/programmes/policies or assign a percentage of the initiative cost. Mr. Patrick McCaskie (Gov. of Barbados) Mr. Bruno Dery (Ghana)

19 17 Use external evaluators to facilitate/moderate self-assessments and reviews.

20 18 Incorporate gender capacities/perspectives in M&E national Systems. Víctor Manuel Quintero – (ReLAC) Marco Segone (UNWomen) Laura Gonzalez (UNWomen) Inga Sniukate (UNWomen) Tessie Catssambas (EvalPartners)

21 Signatories

22 To include your name/country/institution in any of the commitments please email ana.soares@undp.org


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