The African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) aims to enable its members which includes individuals and national associations, to discuss debate, analyse, disseminate, and make constructive use of evaluation information, products and services for the betterment of the African evaluation and research community, and the society at large.
AfrEA represents a diverse constituency of African evaluators from government, not-for-profit sector, civil society and the private sector. It is an umbrella organization of more than 45 national M&E associations and networks in Africa.
AfrEA Membership is open to persons or organizations committed to the mission and goals of AfrEA. A person or institution seeking membership of AfrEA will be accepted upon proof of payment of subscription fee. To register follow this link http://membership.afrea.org
Types of Membership
Details on subscription types and periods are stated below.
|M & E Practitioners and non practitioners||
|National Associations||Network of Evaluators at National, Regional and Institutional levels Associations||
|Institutional Members Who?
|Any Africa-based public or private. Other Institutions organization with interest in the field of development and evaluation in Africa or that does not qualify as an Associate member.||
Members Rights and Benefits
a) Be part of a continental community of M&E practitioners and professionals
Networking with a wide range of individuals, organizations and institutions involved in M&E in Africa and have your profile in AfrEA database. Increase your association visibility and access AfrEA electronic knowledge, regular update, highlighting job opportunities, researches and evaluation reports
b) Contribute to strengthening M&E Practices
Be part and contribute to Knowledge Building, free access to a range of publications, discussions among a wide range of practitioners, benefit from special rates for the African Journal on Monitoring and Evaluation, AfrEA newsletter and databases. Participate and access to a wide range of Capacity Building opportunities, on-line toolkits and preferential rates to attend regional and international training and workshops. Advocate for Africa led monitoring- Opportunities to publish research and other work and contribute to banking knowledge in the AfrEA M&E Journal, benefit from special rates to attend AfreA Annual conferences, benefit from bursaries and financial support to represent Africa in international conferences and events
c) Participate in AfrEA governance.
Attend AfrEA Members meetings, Annual conference and various country meetings. Contribute to the future directions and aspirations of the Association, by voting for Board election held every 2 years, contribute to AfrEA Strategic Planning and be part of its participatory planning and growing system.
Responsibilities/Duties of Members
- Members must keep their online profile and contact information up to date at least once every 6 months.
- Members commit themselves to actively participate in the activities of the association
- Members commit informing themselves about AfrEA policies, activities, and key documents such as the African Evaluation Guidelines.
- Breaches of some Policy stipulations may result in membership revocation.