Author Archive | Precious Motha

SAMEA 2019: Call for abstracts

 The South African Monitoring and Evaluation Association (SAMEA) will be hosting its 7th biennial conference. The event will be held from the 21st to the 25th October 2019 at Emperors Palace in Gauteng. SAMEA’s biennial conference brings together local and international M&E practitioners, government officials, commissioning parties, funders and other stakeholders to learn from experts […]

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Promoting EIDM amongst health care and education policy-makers through JBI- Comprehensive Systematic Review Premier Course Training; eBASE Africa, Cameroon

By Ndi Euphrasia Ebai-Atuh (eBASE Africa) ; Patrick Mbah Okwen (eBASE Africa) Effective Basic Services (eBASE) Africa, is a multinational collaborativee organisation with headquarters in Bamenda, Cameroon. eBASE Africa is active in implementing charity and development projects targeting women, children, people living with disability and indigenous populations. We conduct research for basic services, including Health, […]

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Short course: Art, Science and complexity of evidence-informed decision-making and knowledge translation

The Centre for Evidence-based Health Care, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University, offers this 2 day workshop to provide researchers with a comprehensive understanding of what knowledge translation is and how to translate knowledge into accessible language and formats so that it can be effectively shared with different audiences. Workshop: 24-25 June 2019 […]

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Call for abstracts and workshops – Qualitative Evidence Symposium 2019

What can we learn across sectors and settings about using qualitative evidence to humanise decision making and inform policies for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? We invite researchers, policy makers, and other stakeholders from across the world to submit abstracts and workshops for the first Symposium on using qualitative evidence to inform decisions […]

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J-PAL Africa training on using evidence to evaluate social programmes

J-PAL Africa is running a 5-day course on Evaluating Social Programmes in Cape Town from July 29- August 2, 2019. The course provides researchers, practitioners, and policy-makers with a thorough understanding of the design and use of randomized evaluations in real-world settings in order to generate and assess evidence for the impact of social programmes. The course is […]

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100 Days Awareness on Antimicrobial Resistance

By Enock Musungwini Antimicrobial resistance, the ability of (pathogenic) bacteria to withstand the action of antibiotic drugs (Nolte O et al., 2014; Ferri M et al., 2017). WHO (2018) describe antimicrobial resistance (AMR) as the ability of microorganisms like bacteria, viruses and or some parasites to stop an antimicrobial such as antibiotics, antivirals and antimalarials […]

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SAMEA Conference 2019: Call for workshop proposals

SAMEA invites all stakeholders to submit a proposal for the pre-conference workshops. The SAMEA conference brings together commissioners, evaluators, government officials, development practitioners, and donor organisations from all over the world. At each conference, SAMEA holds one- and two-day workshops on theories, methodologies, tools and new developments in M&E. Pre-conference workshops offer our delegates an […]

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