Online course on Gender & Eval pilot!

Institute of Social Studies Trust (India) with Support of Ford Foundation piloted the first #Gender and #Evaluation online course in India (29th Jan to 2nd Feb 2018) Online course launching soon. This is for Indian citizens. It was wonderful to work together on this course! Photo courtesy:  Rajib Nandi

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Rukmini Panda commented on Mollie Liesner's blog post Itad’s 4 top takeaways from the SEEP Women’s Economic Empowerment Forum
"Really interesting. Thanks a lot for posting."
Jul 10, 2017
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Rukmini Panda replied to Bandana Pattanaik's discussion Looking for Consultants to carry out an organisational assessment
"Thanks for sharing Bandana apa & Rituu."
Apr 6, 2017
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Dec 8, 2016
Rukmini Panda commented on Laura Gagliardone's blog post STUDY: WOMEN’S ALLOCATION OF TIME IN INDIA - November 2015
"Dear Rituu Thanks for sharing. Very useful analysis especially in the context of care work consuming more time leaving less for productive engagement.  Reagrds Rukmini"
Dec 6, 2016
Rukmini Panda commented on Pablo Rodriguez Bilella's blog post Evaluations that make a difference: evaluations stories around the world
"Thanks for sharing."
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Sep 5, 2016
Rukmini Panda replied to Marcia Brandon's discussion Sample Template for Gender Evaluation
"Dear Marcia Following pointers may guide you to have a template for evaluation. 1. What was the division of role and responsibilities between men and women within the program context? 2. Whether, the program facilitated equal access to control over…"
Aug 12, 2016
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"It is really very useful page. Thanks for sharing."
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Rukmini Panda commented on Ranjani K.Murthy's blog post Assessing progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 5 at national and community levels
"sure Ranjinidi. Thanks to you also for so thoughtfully presenting the methods. Regards Rukmii"
Jul 19, 2016
Rukmini Panda commented on Ranjani K.Murthy's blog post Assessing progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 5 at national and community levels
"Many a thanks Ranjinidi. Its really very useful discussion. Regards Rukmini"
Jul 18, 2016
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"
Jul 13, 2016
Rukmini Panda commented on Rituu B Nanda's blog post How did we facilitate participatory statistics?
"Thanks Rituu for sharing this useful document. I had opportunity of facilitating one session on migration during one learning event of Geneva Global partners. So I had some idea about this initiative. Thanks for adding to my…"
Jul 5, 2016
Rukmini Panda commented on Silvia Salinas Mulder's blog post CHALLENGES AND NEW PARADIGMAS IN DEVELOPMENT EVALUATION - BOLIVIA
"Dear Silvia Thanks for sharing. It would be useful for us if it is in English."
Jun 10, 2016
Rukmini Panda replied to Grace William Maiso's discussion Gender sensitive M&E systems in Humanitarian action
"Dear Grace It is really interesting to know that you are doing research on gender mainstreaming in humanitarian action. Before having elaborate discussion, it would be useful if you could share a background note on your research work.So that the…"
May 20, 2016

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How did you know about gender & evaluation community
I attended GAATW International Members' Congress in Bangkok during September,2014. There I met Ranjani. K. Murthy. From her I came to know.
Areas of work like health, education etc
Violence against women, livelihood and tribal issues
Skills like research, monitoring, evaluation
Research, M&E

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At 16:53 on November 17, 2015, Dharmraj Gurjar said…

Thanks Rukmini ji.

At 17:57 on November 3, 2015, Dharmraj Gurjar said…

my question to Ms. Rukmani Panda.

What definition of single women, who is single women.

At 10:21 on October 23, 2014, Rituu B Nanda said…

Happy birthday Rukmini! Best wishes

At 20:08 on October 9, 2014, Rituu B Nanda said…

Dear Rukmini,

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