Competition for innovative M&E practices for the SDGs in Latin America and the Caribbean

To achieve the SDGs by 2030, innovative and influential M&E practices, that capture progress and learning in complex change processes, are critical. Towards this purpose, ACEVAL, the Mexican Evaluation Society, with support from EvalPartners’ Flagship Program and Eval4Action campaign, has launched a competition to identify and disseminate innovative M&E practices for the SDGs in Mexico and other countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. This initiative will contribute to knowledge exchange, capacity building in M&E and increased visibility to the region's contributions to the practice of evaluation at the subnational, national, and regional levels.


Who can participate?

Individuals or organizations in the public, social and private sector, based in Mexico or other countries in Latin America and the Caribbean can apply for the award. The innovative M&E practice should be categorized as follows:

  1. Methodologies for monitoring and evaluating the SDGs with participatory, gender and/or human rights approaches

  2. Evaluation of an intervention that contributes to one or more SDGs, concluded in 2018 or later

  3. Evaluation of the contribution of an organization, a sector or a government towards one or more SDGs, concluded in 2018 or later

  4. Planning, monitoring and evaluation systems for the SDGs under implementation


How to participate?

Read the call for submission (in Spanish) and fill out this form by Friday, August 7, 2020 (23:59 CDT).


The awards will be announced in September 2020. The winners will receive free registration for one person to the 2021 ACEVAL Congress. ACEVAL will also widely disseminate winning M&E practices.


If you have any questions or comments, please write to eval.sdg@aceval.org.

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