The Made in Africa plenary during the 8th AfrEA Conference
with participation from the Global South, including from left to right
Zenda Ofir, Chair Lennise Baptiste, Caribbean Evaluators International Ravi Ram, Pacific Islands Evaluation Association Ana Louisa Guzman, Latin American and Caribbean Network of Evaluation Arunaselam Rasappan, Asia-Pacific Evaluation Association Foday Turay, African Evaluation Association Sonal Zaveri, Community of Evaluators South Asia
The concept seeks to identify and develop a uniquely African approach to evaluation. It emphasizes that context, culture, history, and beliefs shape the nature of evaluations, specifically in the diverse, often complex African reality.
AfrEA’s objective is to promote and adapt to an African evaluation framework – an approach initiated from inside the continent and overwhelmingly supported from outside Africa. The Made in Africa concept will continuously enjoy prominence.
During the 8th AfrEA Conference, a special Made in Africa strand attracted global participation from the Global South. We are working with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to promote the initiative and institutionalize processes in AfrEA.