First of its kind, #Eval4Action Tweetathon on accelerating action for influential evaluation

An all-day global #Eval4Action Tweetathon on accelerating action for influential evaluation will take place on 7 April 2021. Everyone can join this global conversation via their Twitter handle, using the hashtag #Eval4Action.

The event marks one-year of the Eval4Action campaign, advancing global advocacy and multi-stakeholder partnerships to strengthen national evaluation capacities to accelerate the delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals, in the Decade of Action.

The Tweetathon will be kicked off by the campaign co-leaders, UNFPA Evaluation Office, EvalYouth Global Network and the Global Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation at 4 pm EDT on 6 April. Over the next 24 hours, seven regional Tweetathons will be held across the globe, every two hours on the GMT. Eval4Action co-leaders, international partners and all regional leaders will host the all-day Tweetathon, passing the Eval4Action Torch across the globe.

The Tweetathon will conclude with the launch of the ‘Walk the Talk’ video drive, a follow up to the Eval4Action Commitment Drive held in October 2020. Together, the Tweetathon and Walk the Talk are a call to action, for renewed mobilization and commitment to deliver actions for influential evaluation, to accelerate the delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals.

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