Gender & Eval Community- Year of Evaluation'2015

Marco Segone, A K Shiva Kumar & Yamini Atmavilas in front of the Gender & Evaluation community poster in Jan 2015- first event in the Year of Evaluation held in Delhi.

May 2016 Blog Posts (5)

USE of Evaluations in a Gender and Equity Context

Why is USE important in a Gender and Equity context?
What are the steps for the USE of evaluations?
How does a USE approach align with feminist principles of evaluation?
Watch Dr.  Sonal Zaveri address these questions and explain the importance of USE of evaluations in a Gender and Equity context.

Added by Shiny Saha on May 31, 2016 at 13:30 — 4 Comments

Join EvalGender+ Task forces!

Background: Evalgender+ is a global partnership facilitated by EvalPartners to promote the demand, supply and use of Equity Focused and Gender Responsive Evaluations. EvalGender+ management group representing different geographical regions functions through task forces. Please read more about genesis of Evalgender+ management group…


Added by Rituu B Nanda on May 24, 2016 at 9:00 — 9 Comments

Updates from EvalMena Conference

Not attending the EvalMena conference but wanting to know what's going on. Enjoy some pictures and tweets by our member Kassem El-Saddik, Ziad Moussa and Marco Segone


Added by Rituu B Nanda on May 12, 2016 at 14:46 — 4 Comments

Why toilets are a gender issue: connecting the dots

Dear Colleagues

I would like to share this article that connects the dots between women and girls' rights, women's and girls' safety and security, and sanitation. It explores why and how sanitation is a gender, service delivery and citizen accountability issue.

The link to the article is posted at the end.

This is why toilets are a gender…


Added by Sarita Ranchod on May 4, 2016 at 13:00 — 2 Comments

Beauty Parlours: Gender blind, gender ameliorative or gender-transformative?

Coming from India, when asked to evaluate livelihood activities I used to wonder why development agencies introduced beauty parlours.  After all, do not they not promote stereotypes that women should be 'beautiful' in the eyes of men. I used to ask agencies why do not you promote non traditional activities for women like driving, two wheeler mechanic, masonry etc.

The women who run these parlours explained to me

"Madam I get good income, more than by working in a super…


Added by Ranjani K.Murthy on May 2, 2016 at 8:42 — 5 Comments

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