Chemonics convenes its monitoring, evaluation, and learning experts for Evaluation 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio from October 29 through November 3.
Chemonics is preparing to join monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) experts from around the world at the American Evaluation Association’s upcoming Evaluation 2018 conference. This year’s conference, which features the theme “Speaking Truth to Power,” will include more than 40 professional development workshops, feature 700 evaluation presenters, and reach a community of more than 3,000 evaluators.
As part of this impressive group, we look forward to sharing practical tools for putting theories of change into practice and highlighting the approaches we’ve taken to cultivate an organizational culture that embraces data. We’re also excited to team with Arizona State University to introduce our experience applying a cultural consensus model to international development projects.
We believe quality data can drive meaningful change! Check out the sessions and posters listed below to chat with our MEL experts and learn more.
Join Chemonics at #Eval18
Validating the Truth about Gender in the West Bank for Program Design
November 1 (10:30 – 11:15 a.m.)
CC – 22
Featuring Chemonics’ Global Impact Collaboratory Director Peggy Ochandarena and USAID Enhanced Palestinian Justice Program Gender and Family Court Component Leader Sereen Hoso
Operationalizing Project Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Plans
November 2 (8:00 – 9:00 a.m.)
CC – Global Center Ballroom B
Featuring Chemonics’ MEL Director Kasia Kedzia
Building a Dataviz Blessing: How to Shift Organizational Culture around Presenting Data Effectively
November 2 (2:15 – 3:15 p.m.)
Hilton – Superior Ballroom C
Featuring Chemonics’ MEL Technology Director Christopher Gegenheimer
From Walls and Floors to Maps and Discernible Patterns: Generating Evidence of Citizen Actions that Influence Policy
November 2 (4:30 – 5:30 p.m.)
CC – 24
Featuring Chemonics’ USAID Strengthening Advocacy and Civic Engagement Program Chief of Party Charles Abani
Introducing Cultural Consensus Models to Speak Cultural Truths to Program Design
November 3 (11:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)
Hilton – Center St. Meeting Room A
Featuring Chemonics’ Global Impact Collaboratory Director Peggy Ochandarena, USAID Haiti Justice Sector Strengthening Program MEL Specialist Christelle Safi, USAID Enhanced Palestinian Justice Program Gender and Family Court Component Leader Sereen Hoso, and USAID Strengthening Advocacy and Civic Engagement Program Deputy Chief of Party Lydia Odeh
“When You Have Money, You Get Justice”: Power and Disadvantage in Accessing Formal and Informal Justice in Haiti
October 31 (6:30 – 8:00 p.m.), Poster 68
Validating the Truth about Gender in a West Bank Rule of Law Project
October 31 (6:30 – 8:00 p.m.), Poster 82
The Global Impact Collaboratory’s Introduction of the Cultural Consensus Model for Speaking Truth in International Development Programs
October 31 (6:30 – 8:00 p.m.), Poster 163
Practical Data Structure Design and Management
October 31 (6:30 – 8:00 p.m.), Poster 220