Capacity building of public officials at national and sub-national levels on evaluation is crucial in producing credible and quality evaluations. The capacity building strategy will have to expand the extent and range of awareness raising, training and professional development activities in evaluation and the SDGs building on up-to-date methods and technologies. It will be important to develop mechanisms to identify capacity constraints, including gaps in knowledge of evaluation so that they could be addressed concurrent to NEP approval. Furthermore, gaps in evaluation knowledge need to be addressed. Of particular importance are: awareness on how evaluation contributes to the follow-up and review (FUR) processes; how quality data and analysis is critical for evaluation activities EFGR evaluation theory and practice; and, the applicability of different types and methods for evaluation, including. Further development of the evaluation networks inside the country to foster knowledge and practice sharing, on-the-job skills transfer opportunities should be considered to facilitate both knowledge generation and building experience in conducting evaluations. Appropriate resourcing mechanisms are required to provide an on-going source of funding for capacity development, including through a more concerted efforts of donor/development partner community. Sri Lanka Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation conducted a series of training for District Coordinating Committee (DCC) members in 11 districts in last few years and expect to continue the training on other districts.