IPDET could not have achieved its past results and cannot achieve its future impact without financial and non-financial contributions. As most important part, the scholarship funds have been essential in enabling many participants to attend IPDET each year.
We thank our sponsoring organizations for their assistance in covering tuition fees and accommodation for a great number of highly qualified participants in the past years: The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, the Dutch Ministry for Foreign Affairs, and the Independent Evaluation Group of the World Bank.
Partner and Sponsor
Since 2020, IPDET is proud partner of the Global Evaluation Initiative (GEI) and receives funds especially for scholarships and global outreach activities from GEI funding partners. GEI is an inclusive global partnership committed to developing country-owned, sustainable monitoring and evaluation (M&E) frameworks and capacities to promote the use of evidence in public decision-making, enhance accountability, and achieve better results. GEI believes that better evidence contributes to better policies and, ultimately, to better lives. GEI brings together a broad and diverse coalition of governments, (inter)national and local development organizations, and M&E experts to pool financial and technical resources to coordinate and expand M&E efforts globally.
The Asia Pacific Evaluation Association (APEA) is a strictly non-profit, non-partisan organization that aims to improve the theory, practice and use of evaluation across the Asia-Pacific region. It advocates building of capacity among individual evaluators, institutions and organizations representing Asia Pacific countries - as it advances the principles of transparency, accountability, and learning toward a just and progressive society.
An international collaboration to improve evaluation practice and theory by sharing and generating information about options (methods or processes) and approaches.
EvalYouth is a global EvalPartners network that supports and promotes young and emerging evaluators (YEEs) to become future leaders in the evaluation profession. It was launched in Kathmandu, Nepal during the Global Evaluation Forum II in November 2015. The YEEs decided on the priorities and implementation strategies for EvalYouth. EvalYouth’s goals are: i) to promote Young and Emerging Evaluators, including young women, to become competent, experienced and well-networked professionals who contribute to evaluation capacity at national, regional and international levels; and ii) to promote the inclusion of Youth and Young People (YYP), including young women, in evaluations conducted at the national, regional and international levels.
Global Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation and Asia Pacific Evaluation Association are a collaborative movement of international parliamentarians, committed to improving policy outcomes and social accountability, that advocates for evidence-based decision making. They know that evaluation can enable governments and parliaments to efficiently and effectively address national interests, and encourage policy makers and evaluation professionals to work together to build evaluation capacities around the world.
The United Nations World Data Forum (UNWDF) is an event of global importance directly related to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It provides a space for discussion between different communities of data producers and users.
The core function of the Independent Evaluation Office (IEO) is to conduct thematic and programmatic independent evaluations. The IEO actively participates in the United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG) to strengthen coherence, quality and innovation of evaluation across the UN system.