The Observatory Newsletter
Learning Through Evaluation – The Haiti Observatory Newsletter
‘Learning Through Evaluation – The Haiti Observatory Newsletter’ is published every two months by the Haiti Observatory to disseminate lessons and good practices which have emerged from evaluations and research in Haiti.
The Observatory uses the Newsletter to inform aid agencies and help them share their results and recommendations. The objective is therefore to increase the impact of studies and evaluations and contribute to the implementation of recommendations so that there is a genuine change in practices.
‘Learning Through Evaluation – The Haiti Observatory Newsletter’ is available in French, English and Creole in two formats: a paper format which can be downloaded and an electronic version which can be consulted online. The choice of disseminating via Internet means that a very wide readership can be reached: national and international, public and private, humanitarian and development organizations.
‘Learning Through Evaluation – The Haiti Observatory Newsletter’ has 2 sections:
- The Lessons Learnt section is made up of articles with compiled and summarised content, produced by the Observatory team or by external authors. At the end of each article, references are given for further reading on the same topic.
- The Haiti Observatory News section provides information about evaluations and research being carried out by the Observatory and about upcoming training courses and experience-sharing workshops and conferences.
Consult the Newsletter online:
The Haïti Observatory newsletter # 1 - March 2012
The Haïti Observatory newsletter # 2 - May 2012
The Haïti Observatory newsletter # 3 - July 2012
The Haïti Observatory newsletter # 4 - October 2012
The Haïti Observatory newsletter # 5 - November 2012
If you would like to share the results of evaluations or research in the Haiti Observatory Newsletter, please contact Caroline Broudic.
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