Samuel Dunyale Braimah

Climate Eval 2014: Samuel Dunyale Braimah

“It is time for evaluators to examine whether what has been put in place and ask if what we are working on is yielding fruitful results,” says Samuel Dunyale Braimah from the African Evaluation Association.

“The change in mindset is already happening,” he adds. “People realise we cannot do business as usual, we have to do things differently.”

About the conference:

Second International Conference on Evaluating Climate Change and Development

Washington, November 4-6, 2014

The conference brings together evaluation professionals, academics, policymakers and other stakeholders from developed and developing countries with the purpose of fostering the exchange of ideas and methods to evaluate climate change and sustainable development.

The conference is a follow-up to the first international conference which was held in Alexandria, Egypt, in 2008. Over 200 attendees participated in that conference which resulted in creation of the Climate-Eval community of practice, and the publication of the authoritative book, ”Evaluating Climate Change and Development”, that was the first one focusing on the topic.