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  1. EVALUATION ASSOCIATION OF BHUTAN “Fostering a Professional Evaluation Culturefor Happiness” Sonam Wangyel Wang (PhD) Executive Director

  2. WHAT IS EAB? EAB – Evaluation Association of Bhutan “Informal” association/community of Bhutanese evaluators Individual membership only – open and no fees as of now Member of the Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs) Similar to Community of Evaluators (CoEs) in other countries

  3. THE WAY FORWARD/key results • EAB proposal for formal registration with CSOA • CSO registration application filed with the CSO Authority – for registration as an MBO (mutual benefit organization) • Jun 2016: • EAB Policy • EAB Communications Strategy & Action Plan 2016-2018 • National Evaluation Policy of Bhutan

  4. THE WAY FORWARD/key results • Bhutan Evaluation Agenda 2016 – 2020 • Adapting the Global Evaluation Agenda 2016-2020/SDGs to Bhutan’s context and prioritizing it • National Evaluation Policy approval and implementation • Integrating EAB’s Communications Strategy & Action Plan 2016-2018 • Membership drive • Focus on individual members from various stakeholders

  5. THE WAY FORWARD/key results Liaise closely with the Parliamentarians Forum on Development Evaluation for South Asia Networking with international and regional evaluation bodies and development partners – EvalPartners/IOCE, VOPEs/CoE-SA, IDRC, 3ie, UNICEF, ADB, WB, EU, APEA, Rockefeller Foundation etc. Financial resource mobilization – post registration with CSO Authority

  6. CHALLENGES (& opportunities) • Registration with the CSO Authority • Long process + uncertainty of outcome • Financial resources to: • Formally set up EAB – start • Meet day-to-day operational expenses • Commitment of interim Board members and office bearers • Voluntary/part-time basis

  7. Things to do to move forward • Lobby with Government for NEP • Lobby with CSOA for registration of EAB with CSOA • Network – National and International • Awareness and capacity • Secure adequate funds • COE

  8. www.evalbhutan.org info@evalbhutan.org CONTACT EAB