This chapter considers the response required from the evaluation sector to address the effects of the pandemic, to adapt and maintain relevance as the COVID-19 context unfolds. It explores two key questions: (i) what has COVID-19 meant for the use of evaluation in supporting the implementation, management, and reporting of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and (ii) how can evaluation practitioners adapt to remain relevant to the SDGs and country-level needs, given the COVID-19 context? Using an SDG Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Framework, the authors make inferences as to where, when, and how the COVID-19 pandemic impacts on the role and use of evaluation in supporting the SDGs at the country level.