Bagele Chilisa is a Professor at the University of Botswana where she teaches Evaluation Theory and Practice; Feminist research methodologies; Policy Planning and Evaluation and Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods. She is author of Chilisa, B. (2012) Indigenous Research Methodologies, which is used as a texbook internationally. She has received grants from numerous international organizations to design and evaluate the efficacy of age, culturally and contextually responsive interventions. Her interests are in culturally responsive evaluation including the role of indigenous epistemologies and methods in framing evaluation.
II-c: Culturally and contextually responsive Evaluation
Participants develop an awareness of how cultural differences may affect the design and the implementation of an evaluation, as well as the dissemination of evaluation results. They learn how to apply context and culturally responsive approaches to the design and evaluation of projects and how to review projects for culturally and contextually responsiveness.
Recommended forEvaluators, Comissioners, Parlamentarians, Policy Makers, Practitioners