November 2016 Blog Posts (9)

Investigation on Women's Allocation of Time In India, Indonesia, and China (November 2015)

There is extensive literature on poverty, gender equality, and sustainable development but few data and information regarding how the use of time affects such issues. This report, through facts and figures, clearly shows that time spent in unpaid employment, mainly by women, contributes to economic growth even if it is generally ignored in economics. Therefore provides motivation for time use surveys (TUSs) to measure, monitor, and understand economic and social consequences of many…

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Added by Laura Gagliardone on November 22, 2016 at 0:00 — 2 Comments

MODEL OF CHANGE: Elements of Social Psychology for Evaluators to Modify People's Behavior

Author: Laura Gagliardone

Date: November 2016

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/lauragagliardone81

Abstract

People’s behavior is determined by their setting of goals, the motivation they feel…

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Added by Laura Gagliardone on November 16, 2016 at 15:38 — 1 Comment

STUDY: WOMEN’S ALLOCATION OF TIME IN INDIA - November 2015

STUDY: WOMEN’S ALLOCATION OF TIME IN INDIA

Author: Laura Gagliardone, Research Analyst and Development Writer

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Date: November 2015

LESSONS LEARNED

  1. PURPOSE OF THE STUDY: review the literature regarding the…
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Added by Laura Gagliardone on November 16, 2016 at 13:13 — 3 Comments

EvalGender+ Successes and Challenges: Presentation at the AEA 2016 Conference

FullSizeRender_2.jpgEvalGender+ present at AEA 2016 Conference

During the recent AEA conference 2016 in Atlanta, several members of the Management Group of EvalGender+ presented a panel on “Challenges and Successes of Operationalizing EvalGender+ Globally”.…

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Added by Svetlana Negroustoueva on November 14, 2016 at 23:00 — No Comments

Rwanda Monitoring and Evaluation Society is Born

Dear Team,

4 November 2016, goes down in the History of the Evaluation Profession in Rwanda as the day that gave birth to the Rwanda Monitoring and Evaluation Society. I am happy to have witnessed this great milestone in Africa’s Evaluation History as it unfolded at the Lemigo Hotel in Kigali, Rwanda. The process that finally culminated into the official launch of…

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Added by Awuor Ponge on November 6, 2016 at 11:30 — 10 Comments

Presenting Lessons on (post-project) Sustained and Emerging Impact Evaluations from the U.S. AEA Conference REBLOG

Dear readers, attached please find the barking-up-a-better-tree-aea-oct-26-final presentation we did last week at the American Evaluation Association (AEA) conference in Atlanta GA. I had the pleasure of co-presenting with Beatrice Lorge Rogers PhD, Professor, Friedman Nutrition School, Tufts University (aka the famous …

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Added by Jindra Cekan, PhD on November 4, 2016 at 3:07 — 2 Comments

New Guidance on Evaluating SDGs with a No One Left Behind lens

I am very pleased to share with the Gender and Evaluation community the new Guidance on Evaluating SDGs with an equity-focused and gender-responsive lens.

The objective to publish a new  guidance is to focus on the SDGs process, and support  national evaluation systems on how to integrate equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluation to inform national reviews of SDGs. The guidance proposes a step by step process  for country-led evaluations that are equity-focused and…

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Added by Florencia Tateossian on November 1, 2016 at 20:19 — 3 Comments

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