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TABLE OF CONTENTS Newsletter #5 Aug 2014
EvalYear Logo and the Brochure
EvalYear logo is now available in 23 languages. Recently the logo was translated in to Urdu, Romanian, Vietnamese, Somali and Kiswahili (Africa).
EvalYear Brochure isavailable in five languages: English, French, Spanish, Arabic and Chinese.
Join the Global Consultation
The online consulatationto develop the Global Evaluation Agenda will take place in the EvalPartners LinkedIn group. Please joinEvalPartners LinkedIngroup to join the online consultation. The consultation will start with a webinar that will take place on Wednesday 3rd september at 09.00AM New York time. Meeting password: welcome123. You may also follow the webinar by phone if you call the number below and enter the access code: Call-in toll-free number (US/Canada): 1-855-244-8681. Call-in toll free number (US/Canada): 1-650-479-3207. Access code:733 863 720
Equity Focused & Gender Responsive Evaluation Training in Peru
The Training Course on Social Policy, Gender Equality and Human Rights Responsive Evaluation was held in Lima, Peru on 21 and 22 July, 2014. The training was supported by UN Women, IOCE and EvalPartners. Please read the report available online.
VOPE Toolkit Published
EvalPartners published Institutional toolkit which was long felt need by VOPEs. The Toolkit is available online.
Contributions/ Comments
Many thanks for taking time to read EvalPartners Newsletter. Also appreciate contributions from VOPEs and evaluators around the world for the upcoming newsletters. Your text should be not more than 80 words and don't forget to send photos, links to videos and relevant websites. Send your contributions
Editorial: 2015 International Year of Evaluation (EvalYear) and the International Consultation for the Global Evaluation Agenda 2016-2020
The world is changing. Progress towards the Millennium Development Goals is encouraging; poverty is declining; health and education are improving. However, gender inequality and social inequity is persisting or even increasing. The United Nations will launch the Sustainable Development Goals in 2015, with gender equality and social equity as a central mainstreamed outcome. The international evaluation community will celebrate 2015 as the first ever International Year of Evaluation. Expectations on evaluation by policy makers is growing. How will the Global Evaluation Community take advantage of those expectations, and address the related challenges? Many stakeholders, including VOPEs, United Nations agencies, Governments and Parliamentarians are in the process of using EvalYear as an opportunity to promote an enabling environment for gender-responsive and equity-focused evaluation.
EvalPartners is working with several stakeholders to ensure EvalYear will be an opportunity to promote evaluation culture and advocating for evaluation, including by launching a networked multi-stakeholder international consultation to develop a Global Evaluation Agenda for 2016-2020. This is an opportunity to shape the future priorities for the global evaluation community. It’s up to each of us to take advantage of it and become a protagonist of the future of evaluation! We are looking forward to your ideas and contribution!
Marco Segone and Natalia Kosheleva, EvalPartners Co-chairs

Celebration of EvalYear in 2015
Global Evaluation Week will be held in Colombo, Sri Lanka from 27-31 July 2015 including Celebration of International Year of Evaluation 2015. In addition to celebration of EvalYear, the event include EvalPartners 2nd Global Forum, Community of Evaluators South Asia (CoE-SA) and Sri Lanka Evaluation Association (SLEvA) biennial conferences. The evaluation week is co-organized by EvalPartners, IOCE, CoE – SA, SLEvA and Parliamentarians Forum for Development Evaluation (PFDE).
Legislators, policy makers, evaluators, civil society leaders and representatives of international community will attend the Global Evaluation Week emphasizing strong evidence based policy making in future. 

Shaping the 2016-2020 Global Evaluation Agenda
EvalPartners, in partnership with the International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS), the International organization for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE), the United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG) and UN Women, is facilitating the development of a Global Evaluation Agenda for 2016-2020. This will be developed through a networked global multi-stakeholder consultative process to brainstorm priorities and key areas for the global agenda.
The networked global multi-stakeholders consultative processes will consist of mainly two tier strategy:
• A global on-line consultation that will be kicked-off with a global live webinar on Wednesday, 3rd September 2014, at 9 AM New York time, to be followed by 8-weeks of on-line discussion.
• Consultations organized by different stakeholders with their own constituency, face to face and/or on-line.
The draft Global Evaluation Agenda 2016-2020 will be finalized and launched at the 2nd EvalPartners Global Forum to be held in Colombo, Sri Lanka in 2015. The Global Evaluation Agenda will feed into networked action planning by key stakeholders involved, with the aim of increasing synergies and efficiencies to leverage comparative advantages of diverse stakeholders and achieve sustainable and equitable development results. Read more

Vision for the region: Opportunity to Enhance Evaluation Culture
To many of us at the Regional and National VOPEs, the process of EvalYear 2015 (and hopefully its outcomes) is serving as a catalyst for a broader reflection about the role of evaluation in a rapidly changing development landscape, and our role as evaluators in shaping this landscape. The road to EvalYear has seen the emergence of new actors and a gradual knocking-down of the silos behind which the different evaluation actors are traditionally entrenched. Evaluators from across the Arab Region vowed to commit for EvalYear objectives at the recent EvalMENA conference which saw parliamentarians and governmental executives join hands with evaluators and researchers on advancing evaluation in our region, and the best is yet to come, as EvalYear 2015 is only the beginning of a long journey.
Ziad Moussa, Moderator and EvalMENA Representative to IOCE Board

Successful Engagement of Stakeholders for EvalYear in Kenya
Evaluation Society of Kenya (ESK) successfully engaged the government of Kenya, academia, international organizations and the civil society in the EvalYear initiative. The government joined todeclare EvalYear at the National Evaluation Week held in November 2013. In August 2014, UNICEF and the Government factored ESK and EvalYear activities in the joint stakeholder Work Plan. EvalYear featuring in ESK website. EvalYear logo in English and Kiswahili shared with members for their use in email signatures. ESK is planning to partner with other stakeholders including the media and use of IEC material to promote EvalYear nationally. Also plans to engage the relevant ministry to process a cabinet paper on EvalYear.
Jennifer Mutua, Chair - Evaluation Society of Kenya
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