2015 will be a year of global transformation, in which the new Sustainable Development Goals will be launched. Gender equality will be central to ensure the realization of sustainable and equitable development. Evaluation must be equipped to inform the design and implementation of equitable development goals and strategies, both at global and national levels. National development policies and programes should therefore be informed by evidence generated by credible national evaluation systems that are gender-responsive, while ensuring policy coherence at the regional and global level. In this context, we are facing an overall challenge: How can the global evaluation community contribute to ensuring that evaluation will play a key role in shaping and contributing to the implementation of national policies and programes to achieve sustainable, gender-responsive and equitable development?
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