We are very excited to announce that the Evaluation Stories Project has received 60 submissions in response to our Call for Evaluations that Make a Difference. In fact, we’ve been overwhelmed with the flurry of submissions received within 24 hours of the May 5th deadline. (It’s comforting to know that I am not the only procrastinator out there:)
I’ll share a breakdown of the submissions by region, country and by type of story in an upcoming post. Meanwhile, our Regional Story Review Teams are faced with the difficult task of determining which submissions do the best job of explaining how their evaluations have made a difference. The top submissions will be invited to participate in the Story Development Phase and to be featured in a publication of Evaluations that Make a Difference, to be disseminated during EvalYear 2015.
The next post will explain the submission review process and procedures the Regional Story Review Teams will follow.