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Podgorica, 10 March 2016

The  Montenegrin Promotional Evaluation Conference on Sharing experiences / practices and evaluation standards in the area of the monitoring and evaluation” took place in Podgorica, and it was organized by the Montenegrin Evaluation Network in cooperation with the Western Balkan Evaluation Network WBEN.

Connecting the Western Balkan countries in the field of monitoring and evaluation is significantly important for the reasons of sharing experiences and goal proximities, and environments. The Montenegrin Evaluation Network acting as one of the 130 evaluation organizations in the world aims, in accordance with internationally prescribed standards, to develop a culture of evaluation at the national level.

The promotional conference was organized within the "BEST-PROFY" project supported by the International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE) / International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation, which is the institutional partner of the United Nations in the field of evaluation, and which member is the Montenegrin Evaluation Network.

The overall objective of the BEST - PROFY project (SHARING EXPERIENCES / PRACTICES AND EVALUATION STANDARDS IN THE AREA OF MONITORING AND EVALUATION) is to improve the environment for the promotion of evaluation through the cooperation at the regional level and defining common criteria for establishing standards for the evaluation at the regional level - WBEN evaluation standards. The participants of this project are Macedonia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro. The best practices in the field of monitoring and evaluation in Montenegro were presented at the meeting of the Montenegrin Evaluation Network. In accordance with the prescribed criteria for the selection of best practices / experiences, the best selected practices in Montenegro are the experiences of the UNICEF Montenegro that were presented by Ida Ferdinandi (UNICEF, Montenegro), including the experiences of the NGO Human Rights Action (HRA), whose work was presented by Tea Gorjanc-Prelević, the director of the NGO Human rights Action (HRA).

Ljiljana Jovović, Montenegrin Evaluation Network Coordinator, spoke on the importance of the evaluation to the social development and stressed that the basic purpose of the evaluation implementation is in assuring assessment quality and valuating the results, achieved changes in society, organization, program or project, and that the purpose of monitoring and evaluation at that is to answer the question whether  we move towards the achievement of the set goal and if there is a faster and better way to do it. This question is of key importance to the development of society, community, organization, program or project, and is therefore recommended to be frequently raised. From the above, both monitoring and evaluation should consist of key, basic activities of society, organization, institution, plan, project, strategy and so on. 

In addition to the representatives of the Montenegrin Evaluation Network, the audience of the meeting was also addressed by Kristina Perazić, 1st Secretary of the Directorate General for Coordination of the EU Assistance Programs at the Montenegrin Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with the subject titled “IPA and possibility of involvement in expertise in Montenegro"; dr.cs Risto Ivanov, the coordinator of the BEST PROFY project and representative of the Macedonian Evaluation Network; Bojan Radej, the coordinator of the Slovenian Evaluation Network, on the subject titled “Applications for evaluating synergy of public policies effects"; Radmila Stupar-Đurišić from the Montenegrin Evaluation Network on the subject titled “Why do we need evaluation?”;Ida Ferdinandi, the UNICEF representative, had a presentation on “Principles and evaluation process, UNICEF experiences in Montenegro”; and Tea Gorjanc-Prelević, the director of the NGO Human rights Action (HRA), presented the work results of the non-governmental organization in the area of monitoring and evaluation.

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