Evaluation of development programs, Human Rights and Democratic/Good governance programs - Radka Rubilina (Bzonková)
Evaluation is an assessment of completed or on-going programs and policies. The aim is to determine the relevance and fulfillment of objectives, development efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability. An evaluation should provide information that is credible and useful, enabling the incorporation of lessons learned into the decision–making process of both recipients and donors. More information about evaluation can be seen at: Better evaluation or OECD-DAC.
Radka Rubilina has been involved in Result-based managment and Human Rights projects since 2006 /in the Czech humanitarian organization People in Need/, in evaluation of educational programs since 2008 (for NAEP) and in evaluation of development, Human Rights, Good governance programs since 2010 (for UNDP, MFA of the Czech Republic, Eurasia Foundation). She is a member of the expert evaluation group at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic and a member of the Czech Evaluation Society. Radka Rubilina has been implementing projects and evalautions mostly in CIS countries (Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine, Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Kargyzstan, Tajikistan, Georgia) and in Afrika (Ethiopia, Zambia).
Samples of my work as a Lead Evaluator and Evaluator/Expert:
Evaluation report - Caritas France: Georgia Art Therapy Studio (social inclusion of youth). Georgia /2018/
Photos from these evalautions see bellow