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In light of the evolving COVID-19 situation around the world, we have moved IPDET 2020 to a fully-virtual format and were offering a range of online course options for participants.The new IPDET 2020 program consisted of three types of offerings: mini-series, workshops, and a hackathon, which were conducted over the period of June to November.

The newly designed IPDET 2020 was targeted to meet the needs of individuals working in different organizations around the world – from novice to established evaluators, parliamentarians, as well as decision makers as the commissioners or users of evaluations – and emphasizes the relevance of and need for evaluation, especially in the COVID-19 context where real time evaluation is critical for decision making.

IPDET 2020 continued being a platform that enables peer-to-peer learning between individuals from around the globe engaged in evaluation and helps deepen networks of collaboration and knowledge sharing.

Having made IPDET 2020 virtual opened us up to innovative and creative new ways of providing top-quality M& E training to a wider audience around the world.

Read the IPDET 2020 Evaluation Report below!

Thank you to all who have contributed to the successfull delivery of IPDET 2020!