Posts tagged ‘Uganda’

Four challenges and opportunities for communicating evaluation findings

I’m currently in Uganda where I’ve been conducting a workshop on “communicating evaluation findings effectively” as part of the GIZ project on Evaluation Capacity Development in Uganda.

I also made a presentation  for the Uganda Evaluation Association as part of their Kampala Evaluation Talk series, focusing on “Four challenges and opportunities to communicating evaluation finding” which can be seen below.

Thanks to the participants of both the workshop and the talk for their enthusiasm and interest!

October 19, 2014 at 3:29 pm 2 comments

Using video for evaluation baseline

I’ve written before about using video for data collection and reporting evaluation results – but I’ve just come across this interesting example of using video for a baseline, that is to record the situation before the project starts.

Miki Tsukamoto of the the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies explains this approach on the AEA365 blog which they used for a project in Uganda.  A summarised version of the resulting video is found below. They will return in 2017 to make an “endline” video – so stand-by!

May 27, 2014 at 6:26 am Leave a comment


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