Self-Evaluation Brief of the Independent Evaluation Department

Date: August 2012
Type: Papers and Briefs


Self-evaluations have been a normal practice among members of the Evaluation Cooperation Group (ECG) to assess their effectiveness and independence through independent, self or peer reviews using the ECG framework for the functions of the evaluation office.

This Brief outlines the action agenda that emerged from the result of the self-evaluation process by IED. The issues identified in the action agenda relate to the interpretation and application of the evaluation policy, and have a crucial bearing on the effectiveness of IED work. They are vital aspects of the enabling environment for evaluation to become more effective. The action agenda addresses these issues within an indicative timeframe.