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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. 

 

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Methodology for assessing whether countries would reach SDG indicators by 2030

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In the blog below cross posted I have outlined a methodology which goes beyond tracking to assess whether countries would reach SDG indicators given the rate of progress and what the government is…Continue

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Gender-Transformative Evaluation Frameworks- REQUEST FOR INFORMATION

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Greetings from IndiaThe Institute of Social Studies Trust is putting together on-line course on Gender-Transformation Evaluation in India.  with the support of the Ford Foundation   The intended…Continue

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Evaluation Policy of South Asian Countries

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ranjani K.Murthy Jan 15, 2016. 4 Replies

Dear friendsThose who have the (draft/final) evaluation policy of one/several South Asian countries, can you please share the same.I am looking at policies of- India- Nepal- Bangladesh- Pakistan-…Continue

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Do you have a question on gender and equity-focused evaluation?

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If there is one thing you wanted to know on gender-transformative/feminist evaluation what would it be?We will compile the questions and then try to find answers amongst our members of gender and…Continue

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Development evaluations take place in a historical context. Many interventions have in the past been initiated by government and other development organisations in a village (or urban low income settlement) when evaluations of a NGO project is commissioned in the "now". A key question is how to delineate impact of past interventions by other organisations on present interventions of an NGO.While the new DAC criteria of coherence seeks to assess synergy of the project with what other donors or…See More
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Since the 1990s, development is measured not just by economic growth, but also human development index, gender development index, gender empowerment measure, gender inequality index, global gender gap index and so on. However discrimination in its various forms continues, and apart from economic and gender discrimination few measure of other forms of discrimination like those based on race, caste, ethnicity, age, disability, marital status, minority status, migrant status, nationality, gender…See More
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Disjointed lines: Implementation history and development evaluations

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Development evaluations take place in a historical context. Many interventions have in the past been initiated by government and other development organisations in a village (or urban low income settlement) when evaluations of a NGO project is commissioned in the "now". A key question is how to delineate impact of past interventions by other organisations on present…

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Since the 1990s, development is measured not just by economic growth, but also human development index, gender development index, gender empowerment measure, gender inequality index, global gender gap index and so on. However discrimination in its various forms continues, and apart from economic and gender discrimination few measure of other forms of…

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Examining the SDG 5 tracker (https://sdg-tracker.org/gender-equality#targets) after a field visit and interviews with women/girls and men/boys from economically and socially discriminated groups in the states of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, India, I felt the urgent need for strengthening monitoring mechanisms for tracking SDG 5 from a gender and intersectionality lens- without which it…

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Context analysis of evaluation reports from a gender, intersectionality and rights lens

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In an earlier blog (https://gendereval.ning.com/profiles/blogs/from-gender-and-development-to-gender-intersectionality-rights), I argued the need to shift from gender and development (GAD) to gender, intersectionality, rights and development (GIRD) approach if SDG5 are to be achieved by 2030, and if the Convention on the Elimination of All forms of Discrimination Against…

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At 2:28 on July 3, 2015, Rituu B Nanda said…

Happy birthday! Thanks for your valuable contribution to the gender and evaluation community. Warm wishes.

At 4:35 on October 11, 2014, Beth Goldblatt said…

I have. It is very helpful. Many thanks Ranjani!

At 1:52 on October 10, 2014, Beth Goldblatt said…

Thanks Ranjani! That is very helpful. Best wishes, Beth

At 7:34 on October 9, 2014, Beth Goldblatt said…

Dear Ranjani Thanks for your reply and for the information. That page does not disaggregate gender within ST and SC unfortunately. If you know any other way of finding out what the gender divisions are within ST and SC workers within NREGA it would be great to know. Or if not data then any studies that unpack these issues, even if just from one state. Many thanks for your help. Beth

At 9:02 on October 1, 2014, Beth Goldblatt said…

Hi Ranjani

I am trying to find data/analysis of MNREGA that shows numbers of women within ST and SC workers employed in MNREGA (national figures). Would you know where I can find these?

Many thanks
Beth

At 11:59 on February 22, 2013, Rituu B Nanda said…

Hi Ranjaniji,

Here is the link to the SALT approach. I am a facilitator of this approach:-)

http://www.communitylifecompetence.org/en/

At 20:24 on February 17, 2013, Rituu B Nanda said…

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