Session 18: Role of the private sector entities in undertaking evaluation of their impact (impact investment)

5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
8 September 2020 (GMT +8)

Participants will (i) learn from a  practical example where the “ten-steps” methodology was used along with the Impact Investment Framework to support country led monitoring and evaluation system for private sector interventions; (ii) learn about existing opportunities to enhance the monitoring and evaluation practices of private sector interventions; (iii) understand the main challenges/gaps faced by private sector entities in undertaking the evaluation of their impact at country level; and (iv) know about some of the collaboration channels between DFIs and private sector entities.


Ibrahima Thierno Lo, Senior Business Oversight and Delivery Monitoring Specialist (Office of the President), Islamic Development Bank (IsDB)
Ahmad Shukri Abd Rahman, Chief Risk Officer, Bank Rakyat
Nathan Subramaniam, Director, Sector and Project Division, Independent Evaluation Department, Asian Development Bank
Issa Faye, Director Sector Economics/Development Impact, International Finance Corporation (IFC)
Jochen Kluve, Head, Evaluation Unit, KfW
Mohammed Alyami, Director Development Effectiveness Department, Islamic Cooperation for the Development of the Private Sector, Islamic Development Bank


SUBTHEME: Evaluating private sector interventions for development 

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