News & Events related to the GEF Independent Evaluation Office (IEO)
News & Events
Adeline Sibanda, President of the International Organisation for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE) and independent evaluator, Zimbabwe/South Africa on the role of evaluation for the SDGs in Africa
Chair: Ada Ocampo, UNICEF
The session aimed to explore three questions about real time and formative evaluations:
Moderated by Rob D. van den Berg, Juha Uitto and Daniel Svoboda
Fine-tuning and finalization
Environment 4: Evaluation approaches for assessing integrated environmental and socio-economic cobenefits
This session focus was on how best to approach the socio-economic and environment nexus from an evaluation point of view in today's SDG's context. Dr.
The session on Blending Quantitative with Qualitative Analysis in Understanding Change includes four talks on the experiences of various organizations in conducting mixed-method evaluations.
A cocktail reception hosted by the GEF Independent Evaluation and FAO Office of Evaluation discussed the roles of Earth-Eval and Eval Forward communities of practice. The event focused on what the two communities of practices offer.
Welcome words of Rob D. van den Berg, IDEAS President, Juha I. Uitto, Director of the Independent Evaluation Office of the Global Environment Facility (GEF-IEO) and Martin Pĕlucha, President of CES
This session focused on transformational change in the environment. The discussion focused on issues, processes, and impacts of transformational change. In particular in two main areas:
Melissa Leach, Director of the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), UK on Sustainability, equity and the politics of transformation: opportunities and challenges for evaluation
Chair: Indran Naidoo, Director of the Independent Evaluation Office of UNDP
The session on Drivers of Sustainability includes four presentations that bring varied perspectives to the topic. The presentation on "Assessing Sustainable Development" discusses how community focused development interventions may address sustainability.