How can the design, the implementation and the monitoring processes of projects using a combination of modalities maximize gender outcomes?
A recent study and validation webinars based on “Better Gender Outcomes in Food Assistance through Complementary and Multi-Modal programming” explored this issue.
Practitioners from around the world, across different disciplines shaped the learning, which will soon be available in tip sheets (with English, Arabic, Spanish and French versions), and the full report.
With the evidence in hand, a final webinar will address how front-line practitioners can use these findings in the design, implementation and evaluation of similar projects. Additionally, we will discuss what more we need to know and to meet the needs of communities through multi-modal responses.