To advance Monitoring and Evaluation theory and practice in support of sustainable and resilient development in Africa.
The International Centre for Evaluation and Development (ICED) was established at the right time. We have entered a development era shaped by the 2030 Agenda, its Sustainable Development Goals and the fourth industrial revolution, as well as accelerated societal changes driven by economic growth, social inclusion and environmental protection. Moreover, ICED has come on the scene at a time when Monitoring and Evaluation– for the first time ever – has the potential to support development efforts across the world in new, more effective ways. ICED has been shaped by five key issues that offer the rationale for its establishment:
Who We Are
ICED is an international and independent think-tank, specializing in innovation and research in Monitoring and Evaluation for development. Managed and governed by highly experienced, renowned and passionate experts knowledgeable of current trends and issues in evaluation, research and development, ICED can operate effectively at the nexus between evaluation, knowledge translation and development.
This Africa based and African led organization is committed to the highest professional and ethical standards to support development in Africa in a manner that is consistent with our guiding principles. This commitment is evident in the work that we do and shared by our sponsors, partners, associates and other stakeholders.
Dignity and well-being of individuals and society
ICED upholds the following core values which defines how it pursues its strategic objectives and relates with its stakeholders:
What We Do
Headquartered in Nairobi Kenya, ICED is registered in the United States, Ghana and Kenya as an international not – for profit organization supporting evaluation research and innovation for development in Africa.
Our core business seeks to: