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Free entrance at the 2018 EES conference to 10 European Young and Emerging Evaluators (yEES!).

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yEES! 2018 Competition Free registration for this year’s EES conference Evaluation for More Resilient Societies  The European Evaluation Society will offer a free entrance at the 2018 EES conference…Continue

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Trainings on Equity- focused & Gender-Responsive Evaluation: what have we learned & how can we improve?

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We, in the EvalGender+ management group, are reaching out  to understand what has worked in trainings on Equity focused and Gender Responsive (EFGR) Evaluations. This information would help to design…Continue

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Resources on gender aware Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation

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Dear Members,I would like to review and put together a resource pack of papers/reports on gender-aware MLE approaches, that might be useful for our work. I was wondering if you had any suggestions on…Continue

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E-discussion: Evaluating SDGs with an equity-focused & gender responsive lens (no one left behind)

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The purpose of the consultations (18th Jan-18th Feb 2016)Following the approval of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by the UN General Assembly and by the international development…Continue

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yEES! 2018 Competition Free registration for this year’s EES conference Evaluation for More Resilient Societies  The European Evaluation Society will offer a free entrance at the 2018 EES conference to 10 European Young and Emerging Evaluators (yEES!).   The 10 most successful applications will receive:Free registration for this year’s EES conference which includes:Five days ticket: pre-conference workshops (2 days) + conference (3 days)Free coffee breaks, lunches and welcome cocktailSpace to…See More
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Webinar: Integrating gender into health system strengthening in conflict & crisis-affected settings: what’s in our toolkit? at Webinar June 22, 2018 14:00 – 15:30 BST

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 There is a growing interest in applying gender frameworks and analysis in health systems research. The #metoo movement and other popular feminist actions have driven greater attention to gender equity. New conflicts and health crises have arisen in various settings prompting humanitarian emergency responses.This upcoming webinar does not seek to make the argument that we should focus on gender in post-conflict health systems. We feel that argument has been settled. Rather we will describe how…See More
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Focusing on the ‘S’ in Social and Behavior Change: Scaling Up Norms-Shifting Interactions for Adolescent Health at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/1701853076173889027

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During this webinar, speakers will explore key lessons learned from norms-focused interventions. First, we will examine how norms-focused interventions differ from other social and behavior change (SBC) efforts that are focused on improving adolescent health outcomes. Given the norms-shifting components of these interventions, we will discuss necessary adjustments to scale-up planning, implementation, and related monitoring and evaluation. This webinar will review a scale-up case study of an…See More
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5 good things in 2016 & priorities in 2017!

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Enjoy this short and crisp video from Marco Segone, chair United Nations Evaluation group, who shares the 5 good things that happened in terms of Evaluation in the year 2016 and priorities in 2017 . Thanks to Marco Segone, Jin Zhang and UNEG Secretariat for the video.

Marco Segone: Evaluation in the context of Agenda 2030 & SDGs

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Marco Segone, Director of the Independent Evaluation Office at UN Women, speaks about evaluation in the context of Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).Key differences between MDGs and SDGs and also shares what SDGs mean for the evaluation community. Strong evaluation functions can determine what works and what cannot work.…

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United Nations Evaluation Group Launches updated Norms and Standards for Evaluation - July 2016

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Dear colleagues,

I have the pleasure to inform you that the UNEG Evaluation Norms and Standards have been updated to better reflect the strategic changes happened in the last 10 years, notably the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals and the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. The updated UNEG N&S includes 4 new Norms on a) Internationally agreed principles, goals and targets; b) Human rights and gender equality; c) National evaluation capacities, and d) Professionalism,…

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How did we facilitate participatory statistics?

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I was part of IDS team which facilitated Participatory Statistics to Examine the Impact of Interventions to Eradicate Slavery: Lessons from the Field’. This was for a project funded by Freedom Fund in two states of India - Bihar and UP. The study was with 14 NGO partners of Geneva Global. It was a great learning for me. Hope you like it.

Oosterhoff, P., Bharadwaj, S., Burns, D., Raj, A.M., Nanda, R.B. and Narayanan, P.

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At 0:53 on May 3, 2018, Steven Ariss said…

Thanks Rituu. Glad you like the photo, it took a professional to make me so photogenic ;)

What work do you do in health?

I'm hoping to get to EES conference this year, if my abstract is accepted, to present some work we are doing on evaluating a programme of shared-care for haemodialysis. I use a lot of theory-based approaches, including Realist Evaluation, and Developmental/Utilization-Focused approaches. I've also been working quite a lot on rapid evaluations for the NHS recently.

I really love the gender and evaluation network, it has a refreshingly diverse global perspective, and some really interesting opportunities. Keep up the good work!

At 17:55 on April 23, 2018, John Colvin said…

Dear Rituu, thanks for your interest in our contribution analysis work in Malawi, which we are just starting. I'd love to share more at some point soon - do you have any specific questions? best wishes - John

At 18:30 on April 5, 2018, Esther Namukasa said…

Thanks Rituu, I am glad I am on this forum and will do the needful, as requested. Thanks for the warm welcome on the forum. Kampala/Entebbe is cool its a rainy season and the weather is just fantastic. Thanks

At 16:58 on March 12, 2018, Mihai Magheru said…

Hola Ritu, 

Muchas gracias por tu cálida bienvenida y disculpe mi retraso en respuesta. 

Quería felicitarte por el trabajo hecho en esta plataforma y por tu dedicación en el tema de género. Intentaré contribuir lo más posible... y pensaba que el folleto que acaba de finalizar en su version ´zero draft´ podría ser interesante para la comunidad.  

Se trata de un pequeño folleto que nos ayuda a asegurar la transversalidad de género en el programa de ONU Habitat sobre la Resiliencia Urbana:

http://urbanresiliencehub.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Genderbooklet-Small.pdf

Agradecidamente,

Mihai 

At 15:54 on November 4, 2017, Nancy J Anabel said…
Dear Rituu,

Profound thanks to you. I am excited to be part of this learned group. I am taking a bit of time to share due to some personal reasons. I will join you and the team shortly.

Cheers, Nancy
At 5:40 on September 25, 2017, Kolianita Alfred said…

Thanks Rituu. Excited to be part of this platform.

Cheers!

Kolianita. 

At 18:49 on August 8, 2017, Dr Josephine Wouango said…

Dear Rituu,

My pleasure having contributed to the translation.

Joséphine

At 8:11 on June 26, 2017, Margerit Roger said…

Thanks very much, Rituu. I'll take some time to become familiar with the site. Too bad every day isn't twice as long!

Margerit

At 22:49 on June 1, 2017, Adeela K. Zubair said…

Thank you Rituu for the warm welcome. I look forward to be active part of this network. 

At 15:26 on June 1, 2017, Agape said…

Dear Rituu,

Thanks very much a warm welcome. Hoping to cooperate and share different ideas. Please we welcome to our platform to solve problems in Africa and globally through www.rdnplatform.com. For people having ideas and looking for fund support from EU. We can collaborate and access the funds.

Additionally we have pool of experts who we can collaborate and solve problems together.

 
 
 

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