Since the programming period 2007-2013, evaluation during the programme has been introduced with the purpose of fostering on-going learning and accompanying improvements of programme design and implementation. A process evaluation that became less periodic and more systematic to be better tailored upon the needs for evaluative knowledge of policy makers and programme stakeholders. This evolution of evaluation purpose and practices certainly has brought to a major awareness and widespread culture of evaluation among programme managers.
The objective of the session panel is to share experiences and views on approaches put in use to ensure an effective capitalization and sedimentation of evaluative knowledge over time for the purpose of improving programme design and implementation of public policy, by focusing on:
Uses and utilization of programme evaluation;
Practices and methods for knowledge management of evaluation results.
This session will feature the involvement of Fabrizio Felloni, IOE Deputy Director.