The International Program for Development Evaluation Training (IPDET) is a globally recognized and respected player in advanced training in the field of evaluation. They provide executive training for decision makers, managers and practitioners who commission, manage and evaluate policies, programs and projects. Under their evaluation capacity development approach, they provide diversified training and development for audiences from different organizations and sectors who play different roles in the evaluation process. IPDET works with experts who specialize in different approaches to evaluation, such as Blue Marble, participatory, gender responsive and culturally responsive evaluation.
Dr. Stefanie Krapp is Head of the International Program for Development Evaluation Training at the University of Bern. She has more than 20 years of experience in monitoring and evaluation, particularly in the context of development cooperation: as a freelance consultant, as head of department at the Center for Evaluation (CEval) at Saarland University, as a long-term integrated expert in Laos and Costa Rica, as Senior Evaluation Officer at GIZ (German International Cooperation) and as Head of Department at the German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval). Her core working areas comprise the development and implementation of results oriented M&E systems, and conducting, managing and commissioning evaluations. She is refining IPDET’S approach to Evaluation Capacity Development and from this conceptual framework she designs, conducts and facilitates evaluation training.
Dr. Krapp will introduce us to IPDET, their approach to evaluation capacity development, what participants are interested in and what might be emerging as new evaluation approaches in Europe. We are looking forward to a lively and interesting discussion!
Date: October 21, 2020
Time: 11.00am – 12:00pm (ADT)
This event is offered free of charge to anyone who is interested. Andrealisa Belzer will be available to facilitate participation of Francophone participants. While the presentation will be in English, questions and comments in French are welcomed.
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