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What is AEA Doing to Support the Global Evaluation Agenda 2016-2020?

This session, presented by AEA's representative to IOCE and EvalPartners (Mike Hendricks), AEA's president for 2017 (Kathryn Newcomer), and AEA's Executive Director (Denise Roosendaal), describes the 13 actions AEA is taking to support the brand-new Global Evaluation Agenda 2016-2020

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Eval13: Panel Session 504 - An Evaluation Agenda for USAID's Global Climate Change Initative

Project Leader Global Climate Change Monitoring and Evaluation Project Development and Training Services (dTS) Contact: MShapiro@OnlineDTS.com #EvaluationAgenda #GlobalClimateChange #2013Conference #USAID #GovernmentEvaluation #ClimateChange

GCCME AEA Evaluation Agenda 2013 10 29.ppt



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Eval13: Panel Session 687 - The Challenges of Shocks, Variability, and Resilience in Evaluating Impact in Adaptation Projects

AEA Conference in Washington, DC 2013 Presentation by Marc Shapiro, Ph.D Project Leader Global Climate Change Monitoring and Evaluation Project Development and Training Services (dTS) #ClimateChange #2013Conference #AdaptationProjects #GlobalClimateChange #EvaluationImpact

GCCME AEA Adaptation Shocking 2013 10 18.ppt


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Eval11 Session 47: Families on the Border: Using Evaluation and Program Data to Understand Family Problems and Value Family Strengths for a Recovery-Oriented Model of Care

To learn more about the needs of their Latino and non-Latino participants, evaluators at one Arizona model program analyzed family context variables from pooled Global Appraisal of Individual Needs (GAIN) for 3,063 youth in similar programs in the four U.S-Mexico border states. Since GAIN family context data is limited, the evaluators undertook a client record review of rich narrative notes completed by clinical staff following intensive intake interviews with clients and family members

Francis J-Families on the Border 11-3-2011.pptx


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Eval13: Panel Session 504 - Challenges in Measuring the Impact of Global Climate Change Interventions to Increase Resilience to Rare and Unpredictable Events

AEA Conference in Washington, DC 2013 Presentation by: David Hemson, Ph.D., Senior Evaluator Global Climate Change Monitoring and Evaluation Project Development and Training Services (dTS) Contact: dhemson@OnlineDTS.com #GlobalClimateChange #2013Conference #ClimateChange #evaluation

GCCME AEA HEMSON 2013 10 30.ppt


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Eval13: Panel Session 667 - What does “Climate Change” Mean Anyway? Working with Respondents and Projects to Unpack Loaded Concepts

AEA Conference in Washington, DC 2013 Presentation by: Rees Warne DCOP/Field Evaluation Leader Global Climate Change Monitoring and Evaluation Development and Training Services (dTS) rwarne@onlinedts.com #GlobalClimateChange #ClimateChange #2013Conference

AEA - What Does Climate Change Mean Anyway - Rees Warne - dTS GCCME 2013 10 30.ppt


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Eval11 Session 952: Valuing Diversity- How to Construct Consensus for M&E Policy with Multiple Stakeholders - Experiences with the Global Environment Facility (GEF)

Reforms at the GEF led its Council to request the Evaluation Office and Secretariat to work with the GEF partnership and revise the GEF Monitoring & Evaluation policy for its next programming period

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Focus Search - An Evaluative Function—the main function of the Office is to independently evaluate the effectiveness of GEF programs and resource allocations on proj- ect, program, country, portfolio, and institutional levels. b