Research has shown that the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated gender inequality. The problems are clear, and it is now time to identify solutions and bridge the gap between research and policy interventions. To this end, the Gender and Covid-19 project and the Johns Hopkins Center for Women's Health, Sex, and Gender Research are hosting a webinar on how to create a gender-responsive pandemic plan. This webinar will guide policy actors, researchers, and other stakeholders on how to use our…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
With the increasing demand for measuring and demonstrating results in development cooperation, it is increasingly important to measure impact. How can you prove that your intervention has had an impact? For most practitioners and programmes, it remains a challenge to clearly define the impact that your project or organisation aims to achieve, as well as to assess and evaluate the impact adequately. This course will provide you with viable options to measure the impact of your programme. You…See More
During the last decade, Results-Based Management (RBM) has gained much influence in international cooperation. Still, many organisations struggle to plan for and achieve real change or results in complex environments, that are clearly linked to and contribute to the SDGs. Learning, decision-making, accountability, and communication (the purpose of RBM) need to be organised. Developing Results frameworks, Theories of Change, MEAL frameworks, and setting up Risk Management are the first steps…See More
Building Bridges Across Communities for Peace, Prosperity and Planet This webinar will provide an in-depth look at how one foundation applied Blue Marble Evaluation to their work. Hear from Mark Guy and Mary Dalsin from GHR Foundation, and Nora Murphy Johnson from …See More
During 16 days of activism against sexual and other forms of gender-based violence, be welcome to join us in the 13th session of #APCRSHR10 Virtual.CHAIR: Prof Thein Thein Htay, former Deputy Health Minister, Myanmar; and honorary Professor, University of Public Health, Myanmar and University of Oslo, Norway; and visiting Professor, SEISA University, Yokohama, JapanPLENARY SPEAKER: Sujata Tuladhar, Technical Specialist, Gender-based Violence, UNFPA Asia-Pacific | "Promising practices in…See More
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Without addressing gender inequality the promise of full social development under the Sustainable Development Goals will not be delivered. Without applying our evidence talents across evaluation, research, and studies we will not have the insights to focus and assess social development initiatives effect on gender inequality. Fortunately, a wide variety of actors are applying thoughtful evidence approaches to gender issues. Much of this is happening on the ground in real life social development…See More
In this webinar we would like you to take a step back and reflect on the digital change process in your organization. Digital change is as much about the digital tools we use as it is about digital culture, skills and, importantly, data. The interplay of these four define how ready we are to create a digital vision and strategy. At energypedia consult we have been consulting development projects on the design and introduction of digital tools for years. While we are convinced of their positive…See More
Results-based monitoring (RBM) has become a must in international development: Donors and program managers alike demand it. But what exactly are results and indicators and these other buzzwords we hear so much about? And why is RBM so important, not only for reporting, but also for project management?This webinar introduces the most important terms and concepts. Based on the first-hand experience of the trainers, it also gives advise on how to build up a results-based monitoring system.Register…See More
This introductory webinar presents to you some basic principles that should guide your Excel usage as an M&E tool. It also highlights Excel's strengths and weaknesses. This knowledge will empower you to decide if Excel is the right tool for you and your organization. If so, you are welcome to check out our in-depth Excel trainings teaching the insigts of our M&Excel Guide that you can download for freeRegister at …See More
Isolation measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 mean that social researchers who conduct face-to-face fieldwork (interviews, focus groups, participant observation, ethnographies etc) confront the challenge of either delaying or re-inventing their methods so that they can continue their research until these measures are relaxed. This webinar will explore ways that researchers can adapt approaches for online data collection.Register at …See More