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GMEF MAIDEN FORUM IN HO, 6TH JUNE, 2017 “USING M&E TO PROMOTE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT”

Development programming is concerned with how to improve the wellbeing of people and promote national development. In attempting to do this, there is the need to examine how well policies or programmes are working, or not working. Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is therefore a key aspect of the development process. M&E is about accountability and ensuring that there is effective, routine monitoring to ensure that plans are on course and evaluation carried out to measure the extent to which programme objectives have been met. Together, M&E also provides the transparency needed to guarantee that the impact of national development initiatives is felt by all beneficiaries.

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REPORT KUMASI FORUM 16th March, 2017 “IMPACT EVALUATION FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT”

Open the Ghanaian newspapers these days and every now and then, one is bound to find an advertisement for M&E professionals. This critical area of development is fast becoming a very important and highly sought after profession. However, the question remains as to how much capacity building is being provided to enable M&E professionals and enthusiasts carry out their work at full capacity.

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Presentations From GMEF Kumasi Forum 2017

Open the Ghanaian newspapers these days and every now and then, one is bound to find an advertisement for M&E professionals. This critical area of development is fast becoming a very important and highly sought after profession. However, the question remains as to how much capacity building is being provided to enable M&E professionals and enthusiasts carry out their work at full capacity.

 

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GMEF Accra Forum 2016

Following from the 2015 EvalYear activities, GMEF was involved in a number of important events in 2016; both in Ghana and abroad on the international scene. These were:

1. The National Evaluation Policy Dialogue held at the Accra International Conference Centre on 6th April, 2016.

2. The AfrEA/USAID/QED Peer-To-Peer (P2P) Learning Exchanges between selected, African VOPEs that are meant to strengthen their capacities and networks within Civil Society Organisations in the VOPE countries. GMEF was in a mentorship programme with the Zimbabwe Evaluation Association (ZEA). The exchange was in 2 phases, comprising a visit to Ghana by ZEA and then a return visit from GMEF to Zimbabwe from 28th September to 30th September and from 26th October to 31st October, respectively.

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GMEF Meets Zimbabwe Evaluation Association (ZEA) In A Peer to Peer Learning Exchange in Accra & Tamale

From the 28th to 30th September 2016, a three member delegation from the Zimbabwe Evaluation Association (ZEA) participated in a 3 day peer to peer learning exchange In Ghana with the Ghana Monitoring and Evaluation Forum (GMEF).

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