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[2021 December 14 & 15] Making a Results-based Monitoring and Evaluation System Work for SDGs 기사를 twitter로 보내기 기사를 facebook으로 보내기 2022.01.10

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on Making a Results-based Monitoring and Evaluation System

Work for SDGs



14 & 15 December 2021, Jeju, Republic of Korea – UNITAR CIFAL Jeju organized a virtual workshop on “Making a Results-based Monitoring and Evaluation System Work for SDGs” on 14 & 15 December 2021. The event invited 103 representatives, mostly UNITAR CIFAL Jeju alumni, from the governmental sector along with NGOs and Academia. They came from 12 countries including: Philippines, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Pakistan, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Fiji, etc.


The workshop provided the participants with a learning opportunity where the invited speakers, Booyuel Kim (Seoul National University), Jinkyung Kim (Korea International Cooperation Agency), Seungyeun Hong (Yonsei University), and Jaeeun Shin (Seoul National University) shared extensive expertise on what results-based monitoring and evaluation means and how it can contribute to accelerating the Sustainable Development Goals, and working knowledge on how to utilize and implement such systems. Six UNITAR CIFAL Jeju Alumni were also invited to present their action plans developed in previous workshops to share their experience and receive professional insights from invited experts.


The invited experts put an emphasis on the importance of utilization-focused evaluation. Rather than focusing on solely executing an evaluation, continuously building internal capacity and organization-level monitoring and evaluation frameworks that focuses on utility and actual use of the evaluations was stressed. In result, participants were able to gain insight on how to sustain and monitoring and evaluation system within their own communities. Also, with alumni’s presenting their own action plans and receiving expert feedback, participants were able to learn about M&E in varying contexts.




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