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Inauguration of the CLEAR Center for Latin America How Do We Measure Our Impact? Voices of OVE

    Inauguration of the CLEAR Center for Latin America

    In June 2012, the new CLEAR Center for Latin America was inaugurated in Mexico. The Center aims to help countries in the Region share knowledge and improve capacity building in Monitoring & Evaluation. The President of Mexico, Director of OVE and representatives from other Donors attended the inauguration. Check out the Center’s website:
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    How Do We Measure Our Impact?

    How does the IDB measure its development impact? What role does OVE play on this? The IDB does constant self-evaluation of programs and projects. But, in addition, the independent Office of Evaluation and Oversight (OVE) is the autonomous body at the IDB responsible for externally evaluating the institution's projects and performance.
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    Voices of OVE

    Evaluation is key for institutional learning and development effectiveness. Listen to our colleagues answering some key questions regarding the importance of good evaluation work.
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