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Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to inform you that the book "Bridging the gap. The role of M&E in evidence-based policy making" is now available for free download at http://www.unicef.org/ceecis/evidence_based_policy_making.pdf

This book was produced by the UNICEF Regional Office for CEE/CIS, in partnership with the World Bank, IDEAS, DevInfo and MICS. This publication offers strong contributions from 20 senior officers in governmental and international institutions dealing with Evidence-based policy making. It brings together the vision and lessons learned from different stakeholders on the strategic role of monitoring and evaluation in evidence-based policy making. These stakeholders are policy-makers, in their role of users of evidence, and researchers and evaluators, in their role of suppliers of evidence.

Below the table of content:

Part 1: Evidence-based policy making

Evidence-based policy making and the role of monitoring and evaluation within the new aid environment, by Marco Segone, Regional Chief, Monitoring and Evaluation, UNICEF CEE/CIS and past Vice President, IOCE

The relationship between evaluation and politics, by Ove Karlsson Vestman, Director, Mälardalen Evaluation Academy, and Vice President of the Swedish Evaluation Society; and Ross F. Conner, University of California, former President of the American Evaluation Association and current
President of IOCE

Monitoring and evaluation, and the knowledge function, by David Parker, Deputy Director, UNICEF Innocenti Research Center

Helping countries build government monitoring and evaluation systems. World Bank contribution to evidence-based policy making, by Keith Mackay, Сoordinator, Evaluation Capacity Development, Independent Evaluation Group, World Bank

Ten step to a results based monitoring and evaluation systems, by Jody Zall Kusek, Chief, Global HIV/AIDS Monitoring and Evaluation Group, World Bank, and Ray Rist, Advisor, Public sector management

Part 2: The strategic intent of evaluations,studies and research

Enhancing the utilization of evaluations for evidence-based policy making, by Michael Bamberger, former Senior Evaluator, World Bank

Country-Led Evaluation, by Marie-Helene Adrien, President, IDEAS and Dennis Jobin, Vice President, IDEAS

Joint Country-Led Evaluation of the policies related to child well-being within the social protection sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina, by Azzemina Vukovic, Directorate for Economic Planning, Council of Ministers of Bosnia & Herzegovina, and Deborah McWhinney, Deputy Representative, UNICEF Bosnia & Herzegovina

Part 3: The strategic intent of data collection and dissemination

The strategic intent of data collection and analysis. The case of Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS), by Daniel Vadnais and Attila Hancioglu

The strategic intent of data dissemination. The case of DevInfo, by Nicolas Pron, DevInfo Global Administrator, Division of Policy and Planning, UNICEF Headquarters

Using DevInfo as a strategic tool for decision making. Achievements and lessons learned in Moldova, by Mohamed Azzedine Salah, Deputy Representative, UNICEF Moldova

Using DevInfo to support Governments in monitoring National Development Strategies. The case of the Republic of Serbia, by Dragana Djokovic-Papic, Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, and Oliver Petrovic and Vladica Jankovic, UNICEF Serbia

Using DevInfo as a strategic tool to facilitate local communities’ empowerment. The case of Serbia, by Vladan Vasic, Mayor of Pirot, and Oliver Petrovic and Vladica Jankovic, UNICEF Serbia

Best regards

Marco Segone
Regional Chief, Monitoring and Evaluation
UNICEF Regional Office for CEE/CIS & BS
Tel: +41 (0)22 909 5550
Fax: +41 (0)22 909 5909
Email: msegone@unicef.org
Web: www.unicef.org/ceecis