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Tuesday, June 06, 2006 

Evaluation Gap Update

Dear colleagues:

I am pleased to announce that the final report of the Evaluation Gap Working Group was launched on May 31. If you were not able to attend the launch event, you can watch video footage or read a transcript of the lively debate that took place. The report's key findings and recommendations can also be read in this CGD brief.

Join your colleagues in showing support for the initiative by signing the international call to action. This statement will be presented to a meeting of key stakeholders this week in Bellagio, Italy, which is convening to discuss the recommendations of the working group report.

Thanks and regards,
Ruth Levine
Director of Programs and Senior Fellow
Center for Global Development

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