ICED hosted the Evidence to Action Conference in Nairobi from May 24th-25th,2017

Participants at the Systematic Review training at ISSER, University of Ghana


Participants of ICED Systematic Review, Morogoro, Tanzania

USADF Convening 2018 5-7th March, Accra Ghana

Who we Are

ICED's Vision

Sustainable, resilient development in Africa leads to human dignity and well-being, flourishing society and communities, and a planet that is thriving home for all.

ICED’s Mission

Promote advance Monitoring and Evaluation theory and practice in support of sustained and resilient development in countries and regions in Africa

ICED's Values

ICED has developed a unique niche and value proposition to ensure its effectiveness as a member of the global community of professional Monitoring and Evaluation practitioners.

ICED highly values:
  • Professional excellence on the cutting edge of evaluation
  • Professional and personal integrity
  • Relationships and joint contributions
  • All relevant voices, especially of those most vulnerable
  • The diversity of values, cultures and contexts around the world.
ICED is:
  • Responsive, agile and catalytic
  • Independent from undue influence
  • Accountable to multiple stakeholders
  • Passionate and committed
  • Inspired by our vision of the world, and the role that evaluation can play. 
 ICED’s Strategic Goals
1. To highlight, inspire and enable thought leadership and innovation for development in Africa.
2. To inform the commissioning, design and execution of higher quality, more appropriate evaluative initiatives in Africa.
3. To support sound, evidence-informed decision making, good governance and adaptive management for development in Africa.
4. To address gaps in the evaluative capabilities and knowledge of influential and important stakeholders in  Africa.

ICED’s intended contributions to Sustainable Development Outcomes and Impacts in Africa

1. More innovations in Monitoring and Evaluation theory and practice as a result of cross-disciplinary, cross-sector collaborations.
2. Improved policies, strategies and development outcomes supported by evidence and innovations.
3. Increased adoption of evidence-informed adaptive governance and management.
4. More complex systems-based, context-sensitive, and culturally rooted and responsive evaluations commissioned and undertaken.
5. More relevant, up-to-date Monitoring and Evaluation curricula and innovative approaches offered in business, management and Evaluation education.
6. Special Monitoring and Evaluation capacities developed and strengthened.