May 12, 2022
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Edrulfo Rodriguez is the Nicaragua Country Coordinator for Engineers Without Borders-USA. In this open interview, we’ll ask Edrulfo, a local Nicaraguan, questions about his M&E experiences from rural Nicaragua to better understand his perspective on how evaluation can best meet the needs of local people and avoid colonial perspectives and approaches. Specific guiding questions of our conversation include:
- What has he found to be the most effective or useful with evaluation?
- What is the least effective or least useful? What is actively harmful?
- What recommendations would he have to evaluators working in the US that work with development organizations around the world?
Following our guided questions, we will open Q&A up to the group so others may ask Edrulfo their questions.
Join us either with the Zoom Link or at the Posner Center for International Development in person! Bring your lunch to enjoy during the session, and text Lauren at 608-219-3566 for building access. You can review the Posner Center’s current COVID-19 protocols here.
This session is a part of our ongoing Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Community of Practice. Typically, this group is open only to the Posner Center Community, but we wanted to make this series available to the public as well! You can click here to learn more about joining our global community and contact our Program Director with any questions.
The Posner Center for International Development is committed to accessibility and inclusion for all people. To request additional accommodations or for questions about accessibility, please contact Lauren Andraski at or 720-515-9071.