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SHAPING
the future

ICED is the first Africa-based and African-led international not-for-profit think-tank (US IRS federal income tax under IRC section 501 (c) (3)) that combines research and innovation with extensive practical experience in evaluation and development.

Evidence and Gap Map

View our latest evidence and gap map from the IINDWEGE program.
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Our Programs

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Tools

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Who We Are

The International Centre for Evaluation and Development (ICED) is an independent, Africa-based and African-led not-for-profit think-tank that applies monitoring and evaluation (M&E) in the development sector. The organization uses the outputs of evaluation to contribute to and enhance development outcomes and impacts, concentrating on Africa, where the need for its expertise is greatest.

Our Impact

ICED plays a leading role in food systems thinking, leadership, impact network and capacity building in Africa. This is demonstrated through our role in undertaking cutting-edge research and collaborations with global institutions and a wide range of regional and international alliances and partnerships.
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Partner organizations & institutions
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Sectors of Interest

Our sectors of interest are motivated by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and inspired by the outstanding needs of most Global South countries, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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A better future

The activities carried out by ICED through research, monitoring and evaluation are aimed at ensuring Africa’s development. The projects generally extend throughout the African continent to ensure that the continent, and eventually, the Global south, benefit as a whole.

Strategic Priorities

ICED's strategic priorities are a demonstration of its adapting to the advancements over the last six years in a fast-paced and dynamic development evaluation landscape, to deepen and broaden its impact in Africa.