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Breathing Life Into a Living Document: Strategic Plan Greetings! My name is Jacqueline Singh. I’m an Executive Evaluation and Program Design Advisor at Qualitative Advantage, LLC and Program Chair for the Program Design TIG. As a new member to the PDTIG, it’s been an exciting first year due to an opportunity to lead our Leadership Team through a process to reassess aspects of the PDTIG. Additionally, we constructed a foundational structure by leveraging vertical and horizontal alignment strategies to facilitate articulation of our vision and mission statements, goals and values, as well as develop a conceptual framework. All are posted on the PDTIG Website ...
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Hey folks, don't forget to use the hashtag #Eval16 when you post a Twitter message on the evaluation conference, and #IMPCON16 about the Impact Convergence. Use both if you are attending or talking about both. I will be mapping the Twitter traffic all week (I've actually started now) and will be providing updates of the social networks that these form as the events go on. I'll post images of the developing networks from time to time over the next week. Joh
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Hi D&G TIG, If you are implementing, funding or are aware of a program that seeks to impede corruption please tell us about your work. My colleagues, Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Diana Chigas, and I are mapping programs that seek to impede corruption either directly or indirectly. Though a thorough internet search is being conducted, there are many good projects that do not have a web presence and we are reaching out through various means to try to find these projects. This mapping is being done as part of a Carnegie funded research project through the Institute for Human Security at The Fletcher School of Law & ...
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Accreditation – the word alone strikes either hope or panic into the hearts and minds of many evaluators. As a result, it is much talked about, but rarely acted upon. Let me make the case why I believe it’s time for accreditation in Development Evaluation. I have deliberately left out other areas of evaluation for reasons that will hopefully become evident below (apart from the fact that I know much less about the other areas). Let me start with a true event that some of you may remember from the 2002 Winter Olympics. During the pairs figure skating event, Russian and France were found to have conspired leaving the Canadian pair in second place. This ...
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To solve world challenges & Dispute solutions Ibrahim Ali 1 , Hameed Aslam 2, Mohamed Ali 3 1 (Researcher, International development solutions /India) 2 (Senior Associate Researcher, International development solutions/ India) 3 (Associate Researcher, International development solutions/ India) ABSTRACT: I'm a journalist ...
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