An exciting panel conversation exploring collaboration between Global Fund for Children and community-based partner organizations on a learning review for a four-year initiative working to advance the rights and opportunities of adolescent girls in Central America.
The panel will explore the process of developing a collaborative methodology for the learning review, as well as the experiences of the GFC team and the community-based partner organizations who conducted independent research projects in support of the overall review.
Panel members will include Rosa Maria Ruiz from CREA, youth leader Jaqueline Fernanda Caseres from Asociación AMA, GFC Program Manager for the Americas Daniela Martínez, and GFC Director of Learning and Evaluation Liza Yanovich. The conversation will be moderated by Sam Phillips-Corwin, GFC’s Senior Learning and Evaluation Program Associate.
Rosa Maria Torres Ruiz, CREA, Nicaragua. Rosa is 27 years old.
Jaqueline Fernanda Caseres Orrego, Asociación AMA, Guatemala
Jaqueline is a 23-year-old youth leader from northern Guatemala.
Daniela Martínez, Program Manager for the Americas, GFC, Guatemala
Liza Yanovich, Director of Learning and Evaluation, GFC, USA
Samuel Phillips-Corwin, Senior Learning and Evaluation Program Associate, GFC, USA
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