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New BRACED evaluation papers

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Hi everyone,I thought you might be interested in our latest Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED) evaluation reports:The…Continue

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New BRACED evaluation papers

Hi everyone,I thought you might be interested in our latest Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED) evaluation reports:The synthesis report outlines key evidence and findings in response to the central BRACED question (How are projects building resilience to climate extremes and disasters?) and consolidates Implementing Partners’ year 1 project annual reports…See More
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"Thanks for sharing this very useful findings. "
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Claire Hughes commented on Emmeline Willcocks's blog post Itad’s Gender Snapshot Review: charting the way forward for mainstreaming gender within our work and operations
"Thanks so much for your interest in our snapshot review.  It is indeed very exciting.  The development of our theory of change is still work in progress.  Bizarrely, although we regularly develop ToCs for other organisations/projects,…"
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Rukmini Panda commented on Emmeline Willcocks's blog post Itad’s Gender Snapshot Review: charting the way forward for mainstreaming gender within our work and operations
"Thanks for sharing. I am also looking forward how it worked in mainstreaming the gender. Regards Rukmini"
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Annastacia Nthenya Olembo commented on Emmeline Willcocks's blog post Itad’s Gender Snapshot Review: charting the way forward for mainstreaming gender within our work and operations
"This is very exciting, snapshot with tremendous results. What did you include in the Theory of Change?"
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Rituu B Nanda commented on Emmeline Willcocks's blog post Itad’s Gender Snapshot Review: charting the way forward for mainstreaming gender within our work and operations
"Thanks Emmeline for sharing this review. Its a great learning for us. How do you plan to measure your progress?"
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Itad’s Gender Snapshot Review: charting the way forward for mainstreaming gender within our work and operations

In September last year, Itad joined the HeforShe global campaign for gender equality.  We took this decision with the intention of strengthening our gender focus, both in our monitoring and evaluation work, and in our internal operations.  Since then, we have certainly not been idle!To map out a way forward, we decided to review how gender currently features in Itad and use this as a basis to build on. …See More
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harsley wesisi commented on Emmeline Willcocks's blog post A Ridiculously Short Introduction to Monitoring & Evaluation for Women’s Economic Empowerment in Market Systems Development*
"Quiet interesting, food for thought"
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Itad’s Gender Snapshot Review: charting the way forward for mainstreaming gender within our work and operations

Posted on July 4, 2016 at 15:10 5 Comments

In September last year, Itad joined the HeforShe global campaign for gender equality.  We took this decision with the intention of strengthening our gender focus, both in our monitoring and evaluation work, and in our internal operations.  Since then, we have certainly not been idle!

To map out a way forward, we decided to review how gender currently features in Itad and use…

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Gender Equality:what's in it for men?

Posted on February 23, 2016 at 21:00 0 Comments

Gender equality: what’s in it for men?

When we talk about gender equality, aren’t we talking about women’s participation and empowerment? So why work with men? Involving men and boys in programmes on gender equality is something that has been overlooked for many years, but there is increasing evidence that in order to address gender inequality effectively, men have to become part of the debate and take up an active role in modelling positive gender attitudes and…

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A Ridiculously Short Introduction to Monitoring & Evaluation for Women’s Economic Empowerment in Market Systems Development*

Posted on January 25, 2016 at 14:54 2 Comments

So you want to measure and/or evaluate a programme with Women’s Economic Empowerment? The programme is using a market systems approach? Don’t know where to start? I was equally curious. Luckily, a number of very smart and experienced people have written and spoken on the subject. Below are some of the key points that stuck with me while I’ve been reading up on this subject.

Understand your Intervention

To monitor and/or evaluate a programme, it is…

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Improving Evidence Use in Government Decision-Making

Posted on June 2, 2015 at 19:30 3 Comments

This blog was originally posted on Itad.com, by David Fleming, Senior Consultant. 

Some thoughts from a case study in fragile/conflict-affected environments.

I recently attended the second annual roundtable meeting of the Africa Cabinet Government Network (ACGN) in Accra. The Network brings together Cabinet Secretaries and secretariat staff across twelve African…

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