As part of the process to define its work program, the Center has launched an empirical assessment of the demand for M&E and PM services in the region. The assessment helps ensure that the Center’s work program should accurately reflect regional needs and that its activities are demand-driven, relevant, timely, and cost effective. In addition, the assessment identifies innovations and leaders in M&E and how such regional knowledge can be harnessed to encourage a culture of evidence-based decisions in the region. The assessment initially covers three countries: Benin, Mauritania, and Senegal.
The CLEAR Francophone Africa Center will hold consultations on each of the country assessment of demand reports and the consolidated draft
regional assessment of demand report from the end-of-November to early December.
The purpose of the consultations will be to discuss the country assessment of demand reports with relevant stakeholders such as, government and civil society, in order to obtain
their comments and validation of the report prior to finalizing the country assessment of demand report and the consolidated regional assessment of
Please find the dates for the assessment of demand consultations below:
Consultations on Senegal Assessment of Demand Report with Government, Civil Society, and other stakeholders, Dakar, Senegal, November 30, 2012.
Consultations on Benin Assessment of Demand Report with Government, Civil Society, and other stakeholders, Cotonou, Benin, December 7, 2012.
Consultations on Mauritania Assessment of Demand Draft Report for Mauritania with Government, Civil Society and
other stakeholders, Nouakchott, Mauritania, December 9, 2012.