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  • Afghan Government Strengthens Evaluation in the Context of SDGs

    The Afghan Government has a very high level of political will to establish a strong National Evaluation Mechanism to support the development efforts in the country and follow-up on the implementation of SDGs in Afghanistan.

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  • Asia-Pacific Regional Consultation

    The Global Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation (GPFE), Asia Pacific Evaluation Association (APEA) and Parliamentarians’ Forum for Development Evaluation (PFDE) hosted a “regional consultation on equity-focused and gender-responsive national evaluation policies and systems”

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  • Historical Day at the Sri Lanka Parliament

    On 7th October, a session for parliamentarians was held at the parliament of Sri Lanka, organized by the Parliamentarians Forum for Development Evaluation - South Asia (PFDE) together with Department of Project Management and Monitoring (DPMM)

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  • My Bite of EvalApple - Piroshini

    My relationship with EvalPartners was strengthened with the award winning Peer to Peer small grants proposal in 2015. Ever since, my participation in activities including Global Evaluation Week followed by the EvalSDGs network have been increasing,

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Parliamentarians Forum for Development Evaluation is a collective of parliamentarians who are committed to development evaluations in SAARC countries. The Forum is an EvalPartners member and IOCE regional VOPE. The Forum was initiated by a small group of parliamentarians aiming to establish National Evaluation Policies in SAARC region.It is managed by the “Core Team” which is represented by parliamentarians from each SAARC country. It was founded as a result of initial meeting and discussion had by a group of parliamentarians from Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh.  This is historical in parliamentarians giving a voice for national evaluation policies and promising commitment to realize it at country level. The Forum is now represented by parliamentarians from South Asian countries; Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. 

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