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Independent monitors for DfID evaluations
An independent committee will in future monitor evaluations by Britain’s Department for International Development (DfID). The committee will comprise seven experts, verify the selection of projects and programmes for evaluation, and examine the way evaluations are carried out by the DfID division in charge. The idea is to identify gaps in the evaluation programme as well as to ensure observance of the evaluation standards set by the OECD’s Development Assistance Committee (DAC). Members of the new committee will also chair the steering committees for major DfID evaluations. The minutes of all committee meetings will be published. (ell)