Development talks

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Development talks

Capturing and Communicating Results of Complex Contributions, Opportunities and Challenges for Sida

Uppdaterad: 23 maj 2014

What are the expectations on Sida’s results reporting & communication? What can be done to meet the expectations? Join us for a midmorning seminar with world leading results expert Michael Woolcock from the World Bank to discuss how we can get better at capturing results in complex situations.

When: November 8, 09.15–12.00.
Where:  The Auditorium (”Hörsalen”), Sida, Stockholm.

In recent years there has been a rapidly increasing demand for improved results information. At the global level this was expressed at the Busan High Level Forum as an ambition for “better managing for results, monitoring, evaluating and communicating progress”.

The Swedish Government has requested greater results focus (including analysis, assessment and reporting of results) by Sida, most recently manifested in the budget proposal for 2013 and the new process for “Results Strategies”.

In line with this development, the Unit for Monitoring & Evaluation will organize a Development Talk focussed on the increasingly important results agenda and its practical implications for Sida.

Seminar schedule:

Time Item 

09.15 - 09.30 Welcome (Susanne Wadstein, Sida)
Segment one: Results – What are they?
09.30 - 09.45  Definition of results (Lennart Peck, Sida)
09.45 - 10.30  Capturing results (Michael Woolcock, World Bank)
10.30 - 10.40 Coffee Break
10.40 - 10.55 “What about the results” (Charlotte Örnemark, Nordic Consulting Group)
10.55 - 11.10 Vietnam, Laos & Sri Lanka: Evaluation of long-term development co-operation (Annika Nordin Jayawardena, Sida)
11.10 - 12.00 Panel discussion & questions


Annika Nordin Jayawardena
Head of Monitoring & Evaluation, Sida.

The seminar will be held in English. No registration is needed.

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