A few weeks ago, we shared an interesting conversation on our platform about participatory evaluation possibilities in times of covid-19.
Many of you had already demonstrated great optimism and confidence that it could work and today we are pleased to be able to back this up with a little more information.
As you know, online formats have become the safest, if not the only, way to build capacity in these pandemic times. This has also been understood by the EvalYouth initiative and Focelac project leaders who have arranged a series of online workshops aimed at strengthening the capacity of young and/or emerging evaluators (YEEs) in the region. The University of Costa Rica has taught a Masters in Evaluation for over 17 years and is now delivering its program fully online and asked us to participate in the section on Participatory Evaluation which features in the modules on evaluation approaches for the Latin American reality.