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RCE Evaluation & Assessment. United Nations Complex, Nairobi, Kenya 29 th November 2013. Shabana Kazi RCE Goa, India. Session Objective & Need. Chalk out an RCE Evaluation Mechanism that is simple, useful and acceptable to all RCEs

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rce evaluation assessment

RCE Evaluation & Assessment

United Nations Complex, Nairobi, Kenya29th November 2013


RCE Goa, India

session objective need
Session Objective & Need

Chalk out an RCE Evaluation Mechanism that is simple, useful and acceptable to all RCEs

  • To clearly understand & establish the value & importance of the evaluation exercise from different RCE perspectives
  • To devise various ways in which the exercise can be undertaken by RCEs
  • To streamline its execution and establish the requisite support & capacities
setting the background
Setting the Background

RCE Goa Case Study


Brief Overview

RCE Goa envisages facilitating collaborative research, development and promotion of ESD in Goa


  • Integration and collaboration to develop joint projects
  • Setting up of regional knowledge base to share and disseminate existing knowledge and experiences
  • Development of platform for promoting dialogue among key regional stakeholders
  • Educate, engage and empower the regional populace to deal with various sustainability issues facing Goa

Thrust areas

    • Tourism/coastal and marine issues
    • Addressing key sustainability issues/challenges such as waste management



Looking at collaborative projects / programmes

> Initiating activities under the RCE umbrella

> Projects to be undertaken within the key identified focus areas

  • Goa University
  • Directorate of Education
  • Dempo Charities Trust
  • BalBhavan
  • Goa Science Centre
  • World Wide Fund for nature
  • International Centre Goa
  • Travel & Tourism Association of Goa
  • Goa Chamber of Commerce & Industry
  • Navhind Papers & Publications
  • Free Legal Aid Cell
  • V Recycle Waste Management Services
  • REEP
  • TERI
the evaluation exercise
The Evaluation Exercise


The evaluation process strategized to facilitate internal reflections and bring together key stakeholders so as to take stock of RCE Goa’s activities, its challenges and constraints, and what can be done to overcome them. It thus,

  • generated contextual data for RCE Goa,
  • conducted an appreciative enquiry into RCE Goa activities/initiatives, and
  • used the insights of the analysis to strengthen RCE Goa activity-level

Detailed methodology

Reporting framework:

  • Impact Indicators
  • Successful partner/RCE work
  • Areas where RCE work would bring impact and perspective directions of work

Battery of questions:

  • What according to you are fairly good indicators of success (for RCE Goa’s work)?
  • Please highlight a few activities/initiatives/programmes/projects that you have undertaken as an RCE Goa partner, and/or, in individual capacity (in your focus area of work).
  • What according to you is/should be the most important focus of work for RCE Goa? Where would you like to see changes/improvements?
  • Perspective directions work and impact areas
  • Awareness for the general public through websites, social media/blogs, and an e-newsletter
  • Empowerment and engagement of youth by focusing on programmes through lecture/workshop, art & craft and the performing arts medium
  • Work with rural communities on the issue of waste, resources and traditional livelihoods
  • Policy-driven research involving key local issues requiring attention and intervention
  • Development and pooling in of resources towards Information, Education and Communication material
  • Development and contribution towards curriculum incorporating key regional sustainability issues
  • Impact indicators
  • Recognition of RCE projects and outcomes
  • Increasing number of committed partners
  • Increasing activity level
  • Engagement with key stakeholders in the identified thrust areas
  • Increasing media partners
  • Ability to leverage funds
  • Qualitative and quantitative impacts of RCE interventions
learning and follow ups
Learning and follow ups…

Challenges of inactive partners and funding availability:

  • All partners should be willing to commit themselves so as to create a pool of dedicated and committed partners
  • Need to bring in a stronger sense of ownership and belonging amongst partners
  • Due to lack of funding, only on going activities can be showcased under the RCE Goa banner, this again limits all partners coming on board with equal commitment levels
experience sharing
Experience Sharing…

All RCEs to share their experiences on the evaluation process they just underwent

  • RCE-Delhi
  • RCE-Pune
  • RCEs in Kenya
the framework
…The Framework
  • Why do you consider RCE evaluation an important exercise for an RCE?
  • How do you think the RCE can benefit from it?
  • What does it entail for the region in which the RCE operates?
  • What are the main elements of the exercise that ensure it to be a valuable M&E tool?
  • How would you like to design, streamline and structure the evaluation exercise?
  • Please detail out the approach, methodology and stakeholders.
summary points
Summary Points
  • Continue to pursue evaluation of RCEs that would like to undergo the process along the appreciative inquiry lines (RCE Bangalore, RCE Western Jalisco and a few RCEs in Africa).
  • Collect case studies/different methodological approaches towards RCE Evaluation and Assessment
    • As a stand alone exercise OR
    • Inbuilt into ongoing RCE activities OR
    • Reporting frameworks

Follow the discussion at:


Thank You!