Uganda Evaluation Week 2019
From evidence generation to utilisation
3ie staff are participating in the 7th Uganda Evaluation Week conference in Kampala from 11-15 February. This event brings together policymakers, government officials, civil society members, development partners, monitoring and evaluation practitioners and researchers to share evaluation experiences. 3ie has also provided six bursaries for this event, which is being organised by the Uganda Evaluation Association in partnership with Uganda’s Office of the Prime Minister.
Venue: Hotel Africana, Kampala, Uganda
Click on the dates for details on 3ie’s participation.
Workshop on promoting evidence use through stakeholder engagement and policy briefs
8:30 AM – 1:00 PM, Kafu Hall
Facilitators: Beryl Leach, 3ie; Radhika Menon, 3ie
3ie staff will be leading panel discussions on a variety of topics at the time and venue listed below.
Evaluating community engagement: evidence on governance and livelihoods
9:30 AM – 10:30 AM, Orange Hall
Chair: Francis Rathinam, 3ie
Panellists: Bernard Bashaasha, Makerere University; Emmanuel Mukuru Manyindo, Maendeleo ya Jamii (MYJ); Nassul Kabunga, IFPRI-Kampala
Evaluating the impact of interventions targeted at children
9:30 AM – 10:30 AM, Rwizi Hall
Chair: Radhika Menon, 3ie
Panellists: James Wokadala, Measure Africa Uganda Limited; Mulyalya Carthbert, Uganda Ministry of Education and Sports
Capacity development for strengthening use of evidence in the Ugandan Government
12:00 PM – 13:00 PM, Rwizi Hall
Chair: Beryl Leach, 3ie
Panellists: Carthbert Mulyalya, Uganda Ministry of Education and Sports; Tonnie Luyimbazi Stieve, Uganda Ministry of Gender, Labour, Social Development; Francis Rathinam, 3ie; Rose Namara, consultant, 3ie; Timothy Lubanga, Uganda’s Office of the Prime Minister.
Keynote speech by Marie Gaarder, 3ie
13:30 PM – 14:00 PM, Nile Hall
Panel discussion on targeting the youth: emerging results from OPM-3ie evidence programme
14:20 PM – 15:20 PM, Rwizi Hall
Chair: Marie Gaarder, 3ie
Panellists: Badru Bukenya, Makerere University; Narathius Asingwire, Socio-Economic Data Centre; Paul Onapa, Uganda Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development; Juliet Tumuhairwe, Uganda Ministry of Health.