Int. Program for Development Evaluation Training

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The International Program for Development Evaluation Training (IPDET) is an executive training program in development evaluation. IPDET is managed jointly by the University of Berne (Center for Continuing Education and Center for Development and Environment), the Center for Evaluation at Saarland University (Germany) and the Independent Evaluation Group of the World Bank. 

The unique training program runs July 16–27, 2018, and brings together global expertise in development evaluation in Bern, the capital of Switzerland.

IPDET strives to provide a program in which participants:

  • enhance knowledge and skills of development evaluation
  • learn about new topics and global trends, and
  • network for collaboration and knowledge sharing.

Further Information

IPDET Panel discussion: The Role of the Global South in Evidence for Development

Participants: Hon. Ananda Kumarasiri, Deputy Speaker of the Sri Lanka Parliament and Chair of the Sri Lanka Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation; Brenda Barbour, Head of Knowledge & Communications Department, IEG/Worldbank; Peter Bieler, Head of Evaluation and Controlling Department, DEZA, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs; Adeline Sibanda, President of Afrea (African Evaluation Association); Stefan Rieder, Vice-President of SEVAL (Swiss Evaluation Association)