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VI Conferencia de la Red de Monitoreo y Evaluación:
Uso de los resultados de M&E en el ciclo de las políticas públicas
 

Aiming to learn the experiences of various Latin American and Caribbean countries in the application and use of methods and tools to monitor and evaluate programs, the National Council for the Evaluation of Social Development Policy (CONEVAL) in coordination with the World Bank (WB) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), inaugurated the VI Conference on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) in Latin America and the Caribbean.

For this year, the VI Conference will feature the use of Monitoring and Evaluation results in the public policy cycle, which will stress the uses of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) results in specific sectorial policies, as well as the role the civil society and the Legislative Power play in the employment of monitoring and evaluation results.

Likewise, federal state authorities detailed the challenges posed by the application of Monitoring and Evaluation systems within local governments, especially within the context of the growing demands of fiscal decentralization.

The Monitoring and Evaluation Network, supported since 2005 by the World Bank (WB) and the Inter-American Bank (IDB) Prodev program, and a growing group of Latin American countries, intends to serve as a forum for the analysis of the achievements and difficulties found in the institutionalization process of M&E systems at national, sectorial and sub-national level. Previous conferences, 2005 thru 2009, have allowed the presentation of progresses and challenges in M&E that have taken place throughout the region, strengthening learning and lesson transference among the different countries. 

The objectives of the VI Conference are the following: 1) identify the balance between what is technical and what is political in M&E practices in Latin America; 2) learn the experiences in OECD countries, and 3) discuss the application and use of M&E methods and tools throughout the government programs and projects environment.

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