Niken Rarasati, a researcher of RISE Programme in Indonesia (RISE), spoke about her experiences working with local governments in addressing educational problems at the “Innovations, Practices, and Mechanisms for Community Involvement for Development Evaluation” webinar held by Tifa Foundation. Niken talked about participatory diagnostic, design, evaluation, and adaptation processes to overcome educational problems at the local level. In the webinar, the speakers discussed about how to involve communities in development evaluation, both from government perspective and the practices carried out in the regions and by civil society. The webinar also sought to explore ideas and innovations to maximise community involvement in the evaluation of development programmes.
Download Niken’s presentation (available only in Indonesian) here: