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The African Evaluation Journal publishes high quality peer-reviewed articles of merit on any subject related to evaluation, and provide targeted information of professional interest to members of AfrEA and its national associations and evaluators across the globe. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

Original Research - Special Collection: SAMEA 7th Biennial Conference 2019

 
Evidence-informed policy and practice: The role and potential of civil society  
Mine Pabari, Matodzi M. Amisi, Emmanuel David-Gnahoui, Dede Bedu-Addo, Ian Goldman
30 July 2020

Book Review

 
Beware of ‘but’ – Donna Podems’s Being an Evaluator  
Barbara Klugman
15 June 2020

Original Research

 
An evaluation of eThekwini Municipality’s regeneration programmes on littering and dumping  
Nirmala Govender, Purshottama S. Reddy
27 May 2020

Original Research - Special Collection: 9th AfrEA International Conference 2019

 
Validating an evaluation school functionality tool  
Margaret Roper, Leticia Taimo, Jennifer L. Bisgard, Katharine Tjasink
12 May 2020

Original Research - Special Collection: 9th AfrEA International Conference 2019

 
An overview of the provincial evaluation system of the Western Cape Government of South Africa as a response to the evaluation of the National Evaluation System  
Zeenat Ishmail, Victoria L. Tully
09 April 2020

Original Research

 
A quasi-experimental evaluation of a skills capacity workshop in the South African public service  
Petronella Jonck, Riaan de Coning
31 March 2020

Original Research - Special Collection: 9th AfrEA International Conference 2019

 
Use of the most significant change technique to evaluate intervention in promoting childbirth spacing in Nigeria  
Adolor Aisiri, Babafunke Fagbemi, Oluseyi A. Akintola, Oluyemi S. Abodunrin, Olajumoke Olarewaju, Oluwatofunmi Laleye, Anthony Edozieuno
05 March 2020

Original Research - Special Collection: 9th AfrEA International Conference 2019

 
The evaluative role of legislatures in creating a responsive executive  
Reitumetse Zantsi
26 February 2020

Original Research

 
Evaluability perspectives: An empirical investigation of programme evaluability in different practice contexts  
Adiilah Boodhoo, Joha Louw-Potgieter
17 February 2020

Original Research - Special Collection: 9th AfrEA International Conference 2019

 
Collecting evidence on the use of parliamentary oversight tools: A South African case study  
Wilhelm Janse van Rensburg, Francois Vreÿ, Theo Neethling
06 February 2020
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