All posts by William Van Dingenen

French development agency (AFD) – Mid-Term Retrospective Evaluation of the Health Sector Support Project in Chad (PASST 1 and 2)

This mid-term evaluation is part of a specific context. It is a question of a double assessment (ex-post and mid-term) of two projects (two financing agreements) but which support the same specific objectives. This dual evaluation therefore seeks mainly to consolidate the management and implementation of the PASST 2 and to strengthen the sustainability of the results of PASST 1 and 2 after the end of this cycle of projects. This evaluation is carried out jointly by the Cota and an AFD evaluation officer. The…

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Actiris – Accompaniment to the operationalization of the new strategic plan of international relations

This mission consists in supporting Actiris’ International Relations Unit (IRC) in the operationalization and achievement of the objectives set by the new strategic plan for international relations, using innovative methods and tools. It has four objectives: Support the international relations unit in the creation of a structure and internal tools allowing better synergies in international issues; Support the implementation of innovative capitalization tools of international good practices, in order to to encourage the various Actiris management teams to systematically use international benchmarking in their innovation…

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Africalia – Strengthening Team Evaluation Capacity

This mission aims to improve the evaluation policy currently in place within Africalia, the management of its internal processes as well as its tools, with regard to its new practices and changes in the context (internal changes within the team, new processes and monitoring tools in place, new ways of reporting according to the DGD, ECB certification, etc.). The three objectives of this training are : To improve the integration of the evaluation function within Africalia ; To enrich evaluation processes through ad hoc tools…

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Avocats sans frontières – Development of the collaborative expertise and learning strategy through the development of communities of practice and digital platforms

As part of a continuous organizational development effort, this coaching mission aims to define the following three interrelated elements : A global vision on learning ; The terms of a coherent strategy for collaborative expertise ; A relative action plan. Cota supports ASF for the definition phase of these three products, but also for the implementation phase, with a support and advisory role. November 2018 to December 2019

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