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Demographic Overview Core Program: Weeks 1 and 2
IPDET © 20112 Welcome! 2011 IPDET Secretariat
IPDET © 20113 IPDET’s Co-Directors and Core Instructors Evaluation Capacity Development Adviser The World Bank and Independent Consultant Lmorra@worldbank.org Linda Morra Imas Evaluation Capacity Development Adviser The World Bank and Independent Consultant Rrist@worldbank.org Ray Rist Professor, School of Public Policy and Administration and Department of Economics Jose_galdo@carleton.ca Jose Galdo
IPDET © 20114 IPDET 2011 Core Participants 162 Total Participants in the Core Program 75Countries Represented by Participants’ Citizenship 74Countries Represented by Participants’ Countries of Work
IPDET © 20115 IPDET Welcomes TWO New Countries this year Belize Turkmenistan
IPDET © 20116 Number of Core Participants working in… Botswana3 Cameroon1 Congo, Dem. Rep.1 Ethiopia4 Gambia, The1 Ghana10 Kenya2 Liberia1 Malawi2 Mali1 Nigeria2 Rwanda7 Senegal1 Sierra Leone1 South Africa5 Sudan2 Swaziland1 Tanzania3 Uganda8 Zambia2 Sub-Saharan Africa
IPDET © 20117 Djibouti1 Egypt, Arab Rep.4 Jordan2 Morocco1 Saudi Arabia2 Tunisia3 West Bank and Gaza1 Number of Core Participants working in… Middle East and North Africa
IPDET © 20118 Albania 2 Armenia1 Belarus1 Bosnia and Herzegovina1 Kosovo1 Macedonia, FYR1 Moldova1 Serbia and Montenegro2 Slovak Republic2 Tajikistan1 Turkey1 Turkmenistan1 Ukraine2 Number of Core Participants working in… Eastern Europe and Central Asia
IPDET © 20119 Austria4 Italy2 Netherlands1 Spain1 Switzerland3 United Kingdom3 Number of Core Participants working in… Western Europe
IPDET © 201110 Afghanistan1 Australia2 Bhutan2 Cambodia1 China3 India2 Indonesia3 Lao PDR1 Mongolia2 Nepal2 New Zealand1 Papua New Guinea2 Philippines2 Thailand1 Vietnam1 Number of Core Participants working in… East & South Asia and Pacific
IPDET © 201111 Barbados1 Belize2 Brazil2 Canada6 Cuba2 Dominican Republic1 Guatemala1 Haiti2 Honduras1 Jamaica1 Panama1 Trinidad and Tobago3 United States10 Number of Core Participants working in… The Americas
IPDET © 201112 Economic Status of Core Participants’ Country of Work
IPDET © 201113 Gender Distribution Female: 49%Male: 51%
IPDET © 201114 Age of Core Participants
IPDET © 201115 Highest Education Level of Core Participants
IPDET © 201116 Types of Organizations Represented in Core
IPDET © 201117 Direct Involvement in Evaluation 72% of Core participants are directly involved in evaluation
IPDET © 201118 Top Reasons for Applying to IPDET (Core) IPDET’s international reputation “I was told that the IPDET Core Course is THE course for evaluators starting their job at IOB. I expect to learn the basics (and more) of development evaluation and monitoring.”
IPDET © 201119 Create personal and professional networks with participants Top Reasons for Applying to IPDET (Core) “I am expecting to meet a range of wonderful people from all over the world. I envisage that some of these people I will meet again professionally, and no doubt many of us will continue to communicate via email etc., after the course is completed.”
IPDET © 201120 Build human resource capacity in M&E currently lacking in work country and/or organization Top Reasons for Applying to IPDET (Core) “I believe that by attending this program, I can learn more about Development Evaluation Training and can learn the new and important ideas and share them with my community back home.”
IPDET © 201121 Learn sector-specific skills and increase proficiency in M&E Top Reasons for Applying to IPDET (Core) “I am keenly interested in policy analysis and development, and I believe this should be done through a bottom-up approach. I am strongly convinced that M&E is an important tool to draw lessons learnt and best practices that can be used in the formulation of policies.”
IPDET © 201122 The Long Road to IPDET Canberra, Australia 16,116 km Jakarta, Indonesia 15,658 km Wellington, New Zealand 14,472 km Bangkok, Thailand 13,437 km Hanoi, Vietnam 12,636 km Nairobi, Kenya 11,854 km Kigali, Rwanda 11,379 km Beijing, China 10,461 km Kabul, Afghanistan 10,460 km Dushanbe, Tajikistan 10,125 km Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 9,626 km
IPDET © 201123 Climate Shock! Sudan33 C China31 C Egypt29 C Afghanistan28 C Canada20 C Mongolia14 C South Africa13 C Australia12 C New Zealand11 C
IPDET © 201124 Scholarship Sponsors – THANK YOU Dutch IOB
25 Welcome to IPDET 2011!
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