Numéro 17 : Evaluating Capacity Development

In recent years, self-evaluation has been recommended for capacity development efforts in response to a growing awareness that externally led evaluations are often inappropriate or counterproductive. Self-evaluation has been seen as a means of assessing the needs for capacity development, of developing effective strategies and of improving existing or future programmes. The implication is that capacity development efforts require an internal evaluation capacity in order to ensure their own relevance, effectiveness and efficiency.

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