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5th Biennial International Conference – 2015
Responsive Evaluation
15th & 16th at The Kingsbury Hotel Colombo

Session 1: Contextualizing Evaluation
Paper 1: Evaluation of Small Grants programmes
Ms Karin Fernando, Senior Research Professional, Centre for Poverty Analysis – Presentation

Paper 2: Evaluating, what does not work
Ms Kerry Abbott, Executive Director, Agency for Relief, Development & Conflict Resolution, East Jerusalem – Presentation

Paper 3: Ensuring Accountability through Evaluation
Mr. Sandeep Kumar Ojha, State Program Coordinator, Centre for Catalyzing Change
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Session 2: Capacity

Paper 1: Improving the effective application of evaluation: drawing on evidence from sub-saharan Africa, Mr David Rider Smith, Performance Measurement and Evaluation Manager for the CGIAR Global Research Program on Water, Lands and Ecosystems
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Paper 2: Improving maternal health in six states of India: Evaluation of a maternal health improvement programme in India,  Mr Ritesh Laddha, Oxfam India
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Paper 3: Value Addition Of On-Going Performance Audits, Tsunami Affected Area Rebuilding Project (TAARP), Sri Lanka
Mr. Ranjit Thabrew CEng, MICE, FIE(SL),FCIHT, Team Leader, TAARP Project
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Paper 4: How an organization could evaluate short course?
Mr Patrice Leumeni, Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist, USAID-AFRICA LEAD
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Paper 5: Effectiveness of an alcohol prevention intervention and socio-economic changes in a community, Mr Suranga Wanniarachchi, Assistant Programme Officer, Research and Evaluation Programme,  Alcohol and Drug Information Centre (ADIC)
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Session 3: Institutional Aspects
Paper 1: Evaluating Impacts of Transport Infrastructure Projects
Prof Saman Bandara, Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Moratuwa,
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Paper 2: Development and Pilot Testing of an Onsite Data Verification Tool For Peer Education Programmes for Men who have Sex with Men in Sri Lanka
Mr Mudelige Nisanka Fernando, Asst. Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, The Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka
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Paper 3: Application of M&E System Strengthening Tool (MESST) to assess the M&E systems for HIV prevention and treatment programme in Sri Lanka
Dr. Ajith Karawita, Consultant Venereologist, Ministry of Health, Sri Lanka
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Session 4: Equity Focused and Gender Responsive Evaluations from India
Paper 1: Viewing mainstream evaluations in the irrigation sector through feminist lens
Ms Seema Kulkarni, founding member, Society for Promoting Participative Eco-system Management, Pune (SOPPECOM)
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Paper 2: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
Ms Vasundhara Kaul, Senior Consultant, Impact Evaluation and Research team, Catalyst Management Services (CMS)
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Paper 3: Critical role of an evaluator in feminist evaluation
Ms Pallavi Gupta, Director, CACIR, Asmita Resource Centre for Women, Hyderabad
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Paper 4: Engendering Policy through Feminist Evaluation
Ms Shiny Saha , Research Associate  The Institute of Social Studies Trust
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Session 5: Governance and Accountability

Paper 1: Weaning from DAC criteria
Mr Omar Awabdeh, Evaluation Officer, Office of Evaluation, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
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Paper 2: Integrating Evidence into Policy-making: the Role and Use of Impact Evaluations
Mr Ritwik Sarkar, Research Associate, International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie),India
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Paper 3: Constitutional Reforms – Some Thoughts Out of the Box:
The Need for Institutionalizing Monitoring And Evaluation
Mr S W K J Samaranayake, Executive Director, IPID
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