Launching New Website & Social Media

Global Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation was launched at the Parliament of Nepal on 25th November 2015. The goal of GPFE is to advance the enabling environment for nationally owned, transparent, systematic and standard evaluation processes in line with the principles of “No one left behind” and National Evaluation Policies with equity-focused and gender responsive lens at the country level that are aimed at contributing to good governance and sustainable development.

After weeks of hard work, it is a pleasure for us to officially launch the new advocacy tools of the Global Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation. You can now find us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and through our Website.

Through new communication tools, we hope to reach more parliamentarians with the evaluation community to improve the use and demand of evaluations. Developing and strengthening evaluation policies in countries is important for good governance and effective development and, for this purpose, engaging governments, communities and parliamentarians is a key aspect.

As an advocacy initiative, we have also created a website for our new campaign “Parliamentarians for Evaluation”. More information about this has been already announced.

We warmly invite you to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and subscribe for news in our website. Please feel free to share the links with your networks, colleagues and friends.

For any questions, suggestions, feedback or comments, please e-mail us.

 

Maria Alejandra Lucero Manzano

Communications and Social Media Team

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