Our ninth video of the GPFE’s Parliamentarian for Evaluation campaign promoting the use and demand of evaluation work from the perspective of parliamentarians around the world is from the Khulisa Management Services through USAID’s African Strategies for Health project. They interviewed a group of five Parliamentarians from Africa so as to contribute to the GPFE’s campaign.
Hon. Muntaka Mubarak (Ghana), Hon. Roger Nkodo Dang (Cameroun), Hon. Rachel Shebesh (Kenya), Hon. Shitaye Minale (Ethiopia) and Santosh Vinita Kalyan (South Africa) particularly answer the following question: Given the SDG/ Agenda 2030 calls for “no one left behind”, how should national policies be evaluated with a social equity and gender equality lens? What are the mechanisms to ensure that “no one is left behind” in the process? Let’s watch here what these five African Parliamentarians want to share with the global evaluation community.
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