The Paris Declaration represents a key commitment made by the Ministers of developed and developing countries responsible for promoting development and Heads of multilateral and bilateral development institutions.
The declaration, which is aligned with the Monterey consensus, is however an additional practical oriented step towards the five core principles guiding human security and development.
The monitoring and evaluation of the Paris Declaration is an integral part of the declaration itself and raise a number of challenges and opportunities. Thus the purpose of the discussion group is to discuss these challenges and opportunities encountered by the evaluation practitioners interested and/or involved in assessing the Paris declaration. It is also to identify good practices, methods and tools useful in evaluating the Paris Declaration.
The discussion shall last a month, starting April 12, 2010 and ending may 7 2010. The group will continue to exist, pending the demand and interest of the participants. Each week will be focusing on a specific theme with specific sub questions. The themes are:
Week 1: Evaluation Quality
Week 2: Challenges and opportunities
Week 3: Appropriate tools and methods
Week 4: Transaction costs and country systems
Mr. Denis Jobin (Canada) (IDEAS VP 2006-09)
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