Kamal Siblini is an international development professional with over 30 years of experience in international development with a focus on evidence-based project design and implementation, client capacity building, and evaluation. Kamal has experience in over 52 countries and in various sectors, including education, health, social development, agriculture, private sector development and finance, digital development and transport. He has worked for the World Bank, International Financial Corporation, and the United Nations and consulted for various other international organizations, governments, NGOs, and private firms. Kamal holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, a master’s degree in Operations Research and an MBA in Logistics and Operations Management.
II-e: Designing and Managing Projects For Results and Evaluability
What if we can build an “evidence eco-system” around our projects and programs to make them more effective, and our evaluations more useful and insightful? Evidence to support evaluations should be identified as early as the project design stage and evolve throughout the project life cycle. In the workshop, participants will better understand how an integrated approach to building an evidence-based and results-orientated design is critical for project success and more effective evaluations.
Instructor(s)Stephen Pirozzi, Kamal Siblini
Recommended forPractitioners, Evaluators, Commissioners
LevelIntroductory to intermediate