Prateek favourite photo from the pastoral study. This photo is something which I could relate to. We could point out before going to the field how pastoral woman's work does not find itself within the women and work discourse but it was after understanding the relationship of women with animals, we could understand the nature of "work" which a pastoral woman does.
Even today, statistics indicate that one in three women and one in four adolescent girls is likely to experience physical or sexual violence. The lives of girls and women are undermined by violence, harm, neglect, exploitation, and abuse. On the one hand, this is a serious violation of women’s rights, capabilities, and wellbeing and on the other hand, it alsoseverely undermines women’s freedom and agency. Researchers at UNU-MERIT, studying the role of technology adoption and diffusion, propose…See More
In this interactive workshop, we will explore different storytelling and sense-making tools - from appreciative inquiry, to vision statements to data driven stories - designed for evaluation practitioners. Together, we will dive into the magical world of stories and learn how to help stories emerge, breathe, and make an impact. Facilitator : Hamutal GouriDate- 23rd March'21Time- 6 pm to 9 pm Indian Standard dimeInvitation for members of Gender and Evaluation community onlyLink to register -…See More
Extensive course: Creating gender-responsive programmes and organisations'Gender’ is more than a buzzword in development jargon. This course builds your ability in dealing with inclusiveness and gender issues to ensure that development benefits all. You learn to systematically analyse differences in interest, power and decision making among different social groups; men and women, girls, boys, youth and elderly, able and disable, and how to capitalise on each group's strengths. What you will…See More
GPSDD and GIZ would like to invite you to a webinar on Monday, 31st of August 2:30-4pm Nairobi time.During this webinar, we will present a CGD guide for non-state actors in Kenya, who are keen to produce CGD that can be used for policy and decision-making, but also to complement official statistics. The content of the guide can be applied to non-state actors beyond Kenya.The guidelines were developed because of expressed demand from both state and non-state actors in Kenya, and is a buildup…See More