The African Development Bank (AfDB) will host the 2016 Development Evaluation Week from November 7-10, 2016 at its Headquarters in Abidjan. The aim of Evaluation Week is to improve the effectiveness of development work across the continent. Sessions will focus on the "High 5s", the AfDB's priority development areas.
AfDB Evaluation Week to Measure Africa's Transformation
African Development Bank, 24 October 2016
The African Development Bank (AfDB) will host the 2016 Development Evaluation Week from November 7-10, 2016 at its Headquarters in Abidjan. The aim of Evaluation Week is to improve… Read more »
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