EnCompass Shares Best Practices on Local Ownership in Evaluation

March 06, 2015

EnCompass is honored to make two presentations at the InterAction workshop to discuss Local Ownership in Evaluation: Including Participants in Evaluation Decision Making. At this two-day workshop on March 9 and 10, M&E practitioners will explore the practical implications of adopting such an evaluation approach. As participatory evaluation is standard practice for EnCompass, we are delighted to have two presentations on the agenda.

Jonathan Jones, EnCompass Senior Evaluation Specialist will be part of a panel discussion offering a look at this approach through case studies, and EnCompass President, Tessie Catsambas, will present on “Promoting Rigor, Quality, and Local Ownership in Evaluation.”  

We will share workshop highlights via Twitter @EnCompass_World.

InterAction is an alliance of some 180 nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) that work around the world. 

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