From July through October, 2014, Bruner Foundation consultant Anita Baker worked together with evaluation consultant Gila Melech, Tel Aviv, to develop and share evaluation capacity-building strategies including the development of a conference presentation and training materials for Israeli evaluators, funders and NGO professionals. The planning work culminated in a week-long series of onsite meetings and training sessions and plans for ongoing follow-up and collaboration. This presentation highlights information presented in these meetings and sessions.
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Title: Understanding and Utilizing Evaluative Thinking: An Approach for Evaluators, Funders and NGO Providers
Publication date 2014-10-23
Publication Year 2014
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