The EVALSDGs Guidance Working Group is happy to announce the newest EVALSDGs Insight #12: Nigeria’s Experience of Country-Led Evaluation of SDGs 3 & 4
This Evaluation Insight shares Nigeria’s independent evaluation of SDGs experience related to health and education, focusing on learning, accountability, and strengthening the evidence support for accelerating Nigeria’s Decade of Actions 2021-2030. In addition, this short publication aims to present the best practices and challenges of (1) strategic prioritization of SDGs for policy analysis, (2) creating joint partnerships of civil society, the private sector and development partners with the Government to influence policies/strategies by creating institutional mechanisms in ensuring value for money while being accountable towards the citizens.
It is intellectually worth to recognize the active role plaid by the key front-line actors of SDGs 3&4 evaluations done in Nigeria, from OSSAP-SDGs (Dr. Bala Yusuf Yunufa), the Ministry of Budget and National Planning (Dr. Zakari Lawal), UNICEF (Dr. Robert Ndamobissi) and the evaluation supplier, the consortia Alegre Associates based in USA (Mr. Juan Carlos Alegre).
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All other EVALSDGs Insights can be found here: EVALSDGs Insights Series