The Learning Portal for Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding

Our Mission

The Learning Portal for Design, Monitoring & Evaluation (DM&E) for Peacebuilding is a community of practice for DM&E peacebuilding professionals. It provides a transparent and collaborative space for the sharing of:

  • Evaluation reports and data
  • Methodologies and tools
  • Best and emerging practices
  • DM&E events and opportunities

By making this material easily accesible we hope to improve the practice of DM&E for peacebuilding and increase the effectiveness of peacebuilding programs.

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Moving Our Peacebuilding Evaluation Practice Forward…Collaboratively

Learn about how Mercy Corps is coming together with organizations and donors to collaboratively develop M&E tools that better measure the impact of negotiation and mediation training programs. 

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Ask an Expert: Thursday Talks

Do you have a burning question about your M&E plan? Are you wondering how to best start an evaluation? Or use a particular evaluation methodology? Then join us this Thursday and ask an expert during the Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation Thursday Talks. 

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Launching the First Community of Practice for Peacebuilding Evaluation

Dr. Abu-Nimer blogs about the first community of practice for peacebuilding evaluation. 

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Impact Evaluation Guidance Note And Webinar Series

InterAction developed a four-part series of guidance notes and webinars on impact evaluation in English, French, Spanish and Arabic. 

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The State of Development Evaluation 2013

A recent survey by Society for International Development and Charney Research reveals the current state of development evaluation. 

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"Outcome Mapping Evaluation Approach in Peacebuilding: Case Study in Tanzania" - April 10, 2014
04/17/2014
The Peacebuidling Evaluation Consortium (PEC) and the Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation (NPE)...
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A systemic approach to peacebuilding evaluation: is it possible in our lifetimes?
04/17/2014
I just read The Non Linearity of Peace Processes. Those of us who work in peacebuilding know the...
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Determining the Level of Complexity: Simple, Complicated & Complex
04/17/2014
Complexity is a hot term right now.  You hear it used to describe various things throughout...
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Revitalizing Reflective Practice
04/17/2014
Revitalizing Reflective Practice Peacebuilding values and has a rich history of critical...
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Data visualization: Is a picture worth a thousand words or a waste of resources?
04/17/2014
As Michael Quinn Patton emphasizes in his literature on utilization focused evaluations, an...
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Documenting Peacebuilding: Case Studies
04/17/2014
Documenting Peacebuilding: Case Studies Case studies are a terrific, low-cost way to document...
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"Outcome Mapping Evaluation Approach in Peacebuilding: Case Study in Tanzania" - April 10, 2014
04/17/2014
The Peacebuidling Evaluation Consortium (PEC) and the Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation (NPE)...
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The Boundaries of Evidence in Conflict Management and Peacebuilding
04/17/2014
The Boundaries of Evidence in Conflict Management and Peacebuilding  By Jeroen Adam; December...
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Notes from the Field: Reflections from AfrEA 2014 Part I
04/17/2014
Given my background as a former “conflict sensitivity programs coordinator” in eastern DRC for...
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