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Evaluation Capacity Development : Experience with Institutionalizing Monitoring and Evaluation Systems in Five Latin American Countries : Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica and Uruguay

By Zaltsman, Ariel

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Title: Evaluation Capacity Development : Experience with Institutionalizing Monitoring and Evaluation Systems in Five Latin American Countries : Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica and Uruguay  
Author: Zaltsman, Ariel
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Language: English
Subject: Economics, Finance & business, World Bank.
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Zaltsman, A. (n.d.). Evaluation Capacity Development : Experience with Institutionalizing Monitoring and Evaluation Systems in Five Latin American Countries : Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica and Uruguay. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Economics

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The Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) ? formerly known as the Operations Evaluation Department (OED) ? of the World Bank has a long-standing program of support to strengthen monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems and capacities in developing countries, as an important part of sound governance. As part of this support, IEG has prepared a collection of resource material including case studies of countries which can be viewed as representing good-practice or promisingpractice. A growing number of governments in Latin America are working to strengthen their national M&E systems, and there are many important lessons from these efforts. The purpose of this paper is to provide a detailed analysis and taxonomy of the M&E systems in five countries in the region; together, these countries possess eight national systems for monitoring and/or for evaluation. The paper identifies the main objectives and intended uses of each of these systems, the way in which each system was developed over time, their legal frameworks, and the M&E system architecture ? such as roles and responsibilities, the extent of coordination, and reporting arrangements. Some limited evidence on the extent of utilization of the M&E information produced by each system is also presented. Utilization is the bottom-line measure of a system?s effectiveness and usefulness; but to measure this issue for each system would require a series of separate, and detailed, reviews. The World Bank has recently completed such a review for Chile?s main M&E system (World Bank, 2005)...

 

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