BBL - Sharing Lessons from M&E Practitioners
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
"Challenges in Monitoring and Evaluation: An Opportunity to Institutionalize M&E Systems" is a compilation of presentations on the challenges and lessons learned from M&E practitioners from around the world. It comprises best practices and knowledge from Africa, Europe, Asia, and Latin America that were showcased during the Fifth Annual Conference of the LAC M&E Network, which brought together more than 350 practitioners from over 30 countries.
The purpose of this BBL was to discuss challenges of monitoring and evaluation, as well as to present lessons learned from practitioners (which are outlined in the book).
The LAC M&E Network
Louise Cord, Sector Manager, Poverty and Gender, Latin America Region (Chair)
Book Launch and Presentation: Main Findings of "Challenges in Monitoring and Evaluation: An Opportunity to Institutionalize M&E Systems"
Gladys Lopez Acevedo, Senior Economist, Poverty Reduction and Equity
Questions and Answers Period
Manuel Fernando Castro, Senior Evaluation Officer, IEG
Pablo Ibarraran, Lead Evaluation Economist, IADB
M&E: Helping Us to Know What Works for Poverty Reduction
Jaime Saavedra, Manager, Poverty Reduction and Equity, PREM Network