A brief analysis and presentation of the commitments is available here

Global commitments
Asia Pacific commitments
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Middle East and North Africa commitments
Europe commitments
North America commitments
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EDI Global
Réseau Francophone de l'Evaluation
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EvalGender Mexico
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Chris Lysy
Afrihealth CSO Network
International Research Foundation
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Evaluation Society of Kenya
SDG Nigeria Knowledge Hub
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The Nigerian Association of Evaluators
Pakistan Evaluation Association

COMMIT to action for influential evaluation

What is the #Eval4Action Commitment Drive?
The #Eval4Action commitment drive took place from 19 to 23 October 2020 on Twitter. You can also view the commitments made on the Eval4Action YouTube channel .
While the commitment drive has concluded, an institutional and/or individual commitment to action for influential evaluation can be made at any time by posting a commitment video on Twitter. Details on how you can make a commitment video and post it on Twitter available here.  For further information, please reach out to contact@eval4action.org.
Why did Eval4Action undertake a Commitment Drive?
Public declaration of commitments to action by Eval4Action partners and beyond, will pave the way for stronger national and regional advocacy for evaluation capacities and policies. It will enhance cooperation among partners, and further promote the use of evaluations in Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs) and in national and local decision-making, accelerating the implementation of the SDGs.
In this way, the commitment drive amplifies phase 3 of the Eval4Action campaign that seeks to intensify evaluation advocacy at national, regional and global levels.


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