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.
Dear All,Posting a very interesting seminar on ‘Social reproduction as method: pandemic neoliberalism, and reproductive crises of work, life and death’.Please click here to book via Eventbrite.Best regardsMubashiraSee More
A moderated Panel discussion addressing the broader question theme of ‘How can evaluation help decision makers and other stakeholders to make better informed decisions to ‘build forward better’?’ by presenting theory and examples of evaluation capacity building at various levels; including individuals, organizational and systems.‘Evaluation in Practice: A Panel Discussion: on Simplifying Complexities: Capacity Development as a Resilience Tool’ will delve into some of the latest tools in…See More
Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST) and EvalGender+ present workshop on Empowering Voices with Participatory Video/ Photo-voiceFacilitators: Ralf Otto and Simon KoolwijkDate/time: 27th May 2021, 14.00 – 16.00 CETFormat: Input, film screening, exercise in breakout groupsOverview of session / objectives:- Introduction to participatory video: process, requirements, what it can, what it cannot - Case studies and watching footage with stories from refugees in Uganda and in…See More
Capturing the quantitative and qualitative results (outputs, outcomes and impacts) of your programme has become increasingly important. How to design an M&E system that goes beyond tracking activities? Learn how to show results and make sure your system also enables genuine learning by all actors. This course teaches you five practical steps to design M&E systems. It shows various monitoring and evaluation methodologies and tools. Always practical and easy-to-use, so you can design a…See More
Date & Time: 25 May 2021, 15.30 CET Presenters: Goele Scheers (Independent Consultant), Richard Smith (Independent Consultant), Julius Nyangaga (Right Track Africa), Florence Etta (GRAIDE International Development Evaluation Consulting), and Maya Re (Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Specialist)Moderators: Simon Hearn and Kaia Ambrose (OMLC stewards), Carmen Wilson-Grau and Conny Hoitink (OH Community Facilitators)Please see the attached invitation for more information, you can also…See More
Overview:Gender justice and social inclusion are gaining ground. True effectiveness of projects and programmes can only be achieved through inclusive development programming. This course builds your ability to include the needs of a diverse range of actors in your programmes and aim for development that benefits all. You learn to apply the key concepts and tools to ensure an inclusive management of your projects, while becoming aware of your own position and possibilities to make it happen.Your…See More
Several approaches are available to support evaluations in identifying and addressing gender inequalities. This webinar will bring together experts and practitioners to look into the application of gender responsive evaluation frameworks with a focus on agriculture, food security, and rural development: How have evaluations in these fields used gender-responsive frameworks, if at all? With what challenges? How did they help in identifying changes in gender and power relationships of rural…See More
EvalForward Talks Jennifer Mutua, Project co-ordinator and Founder of the Evaluation Society of Kenya, will share her experience in communicating with different evaluation stakeholders during the ongoing rapid evaluation she is managing on the assessment of service delivery of health & water sector projects in the Kericho &…See More
UN Women evaluations on EVAW in Eastern and Southern Africa. We are pleased to invite you to the webinar on 9 Sep 2020 “Evaluation Lessons on Ending Violence against Women (EVAW)” to discuss lessons from our 2nd series of UN Women ESA Evaluation Knowledge Products. WHEN : Wednesday 9 Sep 2020 15:00 to 16:00 pm EAT (East Africa Time)LANGUAGE:…See More
Young people are participating in and leading sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) initiatives in unprecedented ways—and this surge of effort has generated both new impacts and new learning. Part of this learning is around the issue of gender: we now know that young women and young men have radically different experiences working as advocates on SRHR issues. Young women experience more harassment, backlash, and insecurity on the job. And they struggle to balance SRHR leadership…See More
Thank you for the request. I have experience in conducting telephone surveys on sensitive subject. One key issue is that it is important to have a key person on the ground, who understand your work, and also you may consider language…"