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  • 22 Apr 2022 10:00 AM | Valerie Gordon (Administrator)

    SAVE THE DATE for gLOCAL 2022!

    May 30 to June 3

    GLOCAL Evaluation Week is here again and  the CEI will be collaborating with the CARICOM Secretariat, CLEAR LAC and SALISES, UWI to host a number of online activities throughout the week.

    This will be the CEI's third year participating in gLOCAL Evaluation week, since the inaugural event in 2019, on which occasion it partnered with SALISES, UWI to host a seminar.

    The theme for this year is "EvalEvolve: How innovations are transforming M&E"

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CEI did not participate in the 2020 event, however in 2021, the  organisation  went all out, hosting 6 public events over the week. The presentations for gLOCAL 2021 are on the CEI  You tube channel -https://www.Youtube.com/caribbeanevaluatorsinternational

    Check it out and make sure you Save the Date for this year's event !!.

    Learn more at gLOCAL https://www.glocalevalweek.org/

  • 7 Jun 2021 10:25 AM | Admin (Administrator)

    Shawn Grey:

    This award is named in honour of the late Shawn Grey, esteemed colleague and leader in Monitoring and Evaluation, who served in the Jamaica Office of the Prime Minister, CARICOM, and the Management Institute for National Development (MIND). This award recognizes Shawn’s commitment to the discipline of M&E and his belief in supporting young persons in this discipline who are committed to understanding RBM and evaluation practice to support the sustainable development of his beloved Jamaica and the entire Caribbean community.

    An applicant can be from a mentorship programme, completing a degree or a young professional working in this area.  The preference is to benefit a person early in their career.  The award winner will be profiled at CEI and JaVOPE meetings.  One to two awards will be given annually. The membership is for one year.

    Eligibility Criteria

    • Beginning/early career individuals with an interest to work in the area of M&E (e.g., research, data collection, project monitoring, etc.).They should currently be up to four years after graduation of tertiary degree; or 3 years after first employment post in any sector
    • Tertiary degree in a relevant area
    • Persons aged 40 years or younger
    • Preference will be given to persons of Caribbean heritage who are intent on contributing to M&E in the region


    Interested persons can  Complete Application form (Here), and submit :

    • Resume/CV
    • Scan of current ID (e.g., driver’s license, passport)
    to caribbeanevaluatorsinl.org with the caption "Shawn Grey Membership Award".
  • 29 May 2021 9:59 AM | Admin (Administrator)

    Ambassador Dr. Manorma Soeknandan, Deputy Secretary General CARICOM, will join the Caribbean Evaluators International in observing gLOCAL Evaluation Week, held this year from May 31- June 4.  The panel on which the Ambassador will participate is scheduled for 6:00pm EST, Monday May 31, and will address “The Demand and Support for Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) in the Caribbean.” She is expected to speak on “CARICOM heading towards A Results Oriented Culture, the role of M & E”.


    Global Evaluation Week (gLOCAL) is an annual M&E knowledge sharing initiative, convened by the Global Evaluation Initiative, with support from hundreds of institutions around the globe. Its inspiration comes from the acknowledgement of two forces that are shaping today’s evaluation landscape, where global knowledge shapes local evaluation practices and local experiences influence global evaluation thinking. Its purpose is to promote evidence-based policy making and improve development outcomes.

    Caribbean Evaluators International is a network of monitoring, evaluation and development professionals established in 2014, with a focus on advancing evaluative practice in the Caribbean. The CEI was part of the very first gLOCAL in 2018, partnering with the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies to host a seminar on the Challenges facing M&E in the Caribbean region. This year, the CEI embraces the overarching theme of “Building Forward Better”, as well as an important sub-theme for the region, “Closing the M&E gap”, in partnership with #Eval4ActionCampaign, an initiative to accelerate progress toward achieving the SDGs through advocating for stronger evaluation capacities and evidence-based policies.


    Events are planned for each day, Monday May 31 to Thursday June 3 at 6pm EST, with al Midday (1:00 pm EST) session on Monday. All events are virtual, free and open to the public.


    Register at www.caribeval.org and follow social media through the hashtags #GlocalCaribbean, #eval4actionCaribbean, #CaribEval.

    For more information, please contact: Valerie Gordon, CEI President at gordon.valerie@gmail.com


    Events are as follows:

    Monday May 31, 1:00pm EST - Essential capacities for young and emerging evaluators in a changing environment. https://glocalevalweek.org/event-detail/21434

    Monday, May 31, 6:00pm EST - Exploring the Demand and Support for M&E in the Caribbean Region. https://glocalevalweek.org/event-detail/21513

    Tuesday, June 1 6pm EST - Innovative approaches to Monitoring and Evaluation in the Caribbean region. https://glocalevalweek.org/event-detail/21473

    Wednesday June 2, 6:00pm EST - Monitoring and evaluation Capacities to achieve the SDGs in a post pandemic environment. https://glocalevalweek.org/event-detail/21475

    Thursday June 3, 6:00p, EST - Evaluation Education: Building a cadre of professionals for a post-pandemic Caribbean. https://glocalevalweek.org/event-detail/21478

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