Putting the Focus on Strengthening SA’s Evaluation Culture and Capacity this October

Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) practices are integral to the policy-making, corporate social investment (CSI) and development industries in South Africa because they improve performance and development impact, foster accountability, inform and guide decision-making, and widen our knowledge base.

Weaker APRM Bad for Governance

The African Peer Review Mechanism (ARPM) - set up by former President Thabo Mbeki to tackle the continent's problems - is a shambles.

According to a report by former mechanism chairman Akere Muna, the institution lacks backing by African leaders and is being ‘driven into the ground’ by its chief executive officer and its secretariat that can barely function.

The mechanism has in the past served as a reliable indicator of emerging troubles on the continent.

Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Course

The Community Development Resource Association (CDRA) is a civil society organisation, established in 1987, based in Cape Town, South Africa. The CDRA is a community of development practitioners working in numerous alliances and collaborations across Africa, Europe and Asia.

The CDRA is conducting a course on Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Course: When just ticking boxes no longer makes sense from 6 -10 November 2017 in Cape Town.

South African Monitoring and Evaluation Association: Coordinator

The South African Monitoring and Evaluation Association (SAMEA) strives to cultivate a vibrant community that will support, guide and strengthen the development of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) as an important discipline, profession and instrument for empowerment and accountability in South Africa.

SAMEA seeks to appoint a part-time Coordinator, based in South Africa.

Spending Well on Wellness: HIV/AIDS and TB Budget Monitoring at Local Level in South Africa

Based on the principle that social accountability is enabled through participation by an empowered civil society that demands efficiency and transparency, the three-year journey of a South African Budget Monitoring and Expenditure Tracking (BMET) project demonstrates that citizen involvement in economic governance is both possible and progressing.

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