December 13, 2017 at 10pm to January 17, 2018 at 5pm
Gender mainstreaming is a strategy to achieve gender equality. This strategy aims at making visible the different impacts on or impact of women and men in a given context. It involves the recognition that the gender division of labor and its associated norms, values and ideologies are defined by a complex of power relations which tend to accord to women lesser political voice, social/cultural value, and access to and control over economic resources. This course aims to improve participants’…See More
Introduction The development industry is becoming more and more demanding. Organizations are pressured by citizens, donor agencies and stakeholders to show evidence of their capacity.Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Systems are a requirement in all development projects. Donors have their own M&E systems and companies and NGOs have to design their own systems when answering to calls for tenders and calls for proposals. Demand from development agencies, companies and NGOs create an…See More
"I am in M&E and a gender expert living in Kenya. I have conduct training and I am the Director in Kenyatta University International Centre for Capacity Development- ICCD. If the job is not taken up, lets talk or tell me how I give you my…"
Despite the long tradition of participatory approaches to evaluation, there remains confusion and doubt about what it means and how to do it effectively. Is it the same as voice and beneficiary feedback? What levels of participation are desirable and possible in different situations? What processes and decisions might be undertaken in a participatory way? For the past month on the BetterEvaluation site, guest bloggers Irene Guijt and Leslie Groves have been exploring issuesaround…See More
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Online: Join WebEx meeting Meeting Number: 738-112-560 Meeting password: 15545 Phone: +1-617-627-6767 US Toll Access code: 738 112…"
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