I am very happy to share with you the UN Women Rapid Assessment Tool to Evaluation Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Results in Humanitarian Context now available on UN Women’s website.
This is a rapid tool that can help M&E officers assess in a quick way the degree of…Continue
Added by Florencia Tateossian on June 19, 2020 at 21:00 — No Comments
By Rania Fazah
During one of my interviews (meetings) with a woman volunteer in Nigeria active in deradicalization programs, a woman mid-40s wearing the traditional outfit, covering herself from head to toe with a colorful pattern! My assumption when I met her, this is a happy woman! (in conflict contexts don’t assume peace fighters are happy). I asked her what was her motivation to join the program to deradicalize youth? Why she chose to get involved with the “BOKO…Continue
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Evaluation community of India with CareIndia iorganised a Webinar entitled "Evidence on gender equity and inclusion towards women's empowerment: A reflection on lessons and challenges" under the glocal evalweek 2020 on 4th June 2020 at 5.30 PM (IST). (see more on glocal evalweek: https://www.glocalevalweek.org/)
Added by Rituu B Nanda on June 11, 2020 at 6:00 — No Comments
It is always a complex issue for me to look at gender in isolation of masculinity and femininity. This is a neglected aspect of most of the evaluations done on gender, which I think is a key dimension and in isolation of the masculinity-feminity analysis, gender evaluations tend to lose their validity.
Recently I was asked whether I would evaluation a programme in multiple states of India which was framed in pre COVID 19 times. The criteria suggested was the DAC criteria - relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and others (includes gender equality, sustainability, innovation).
To me it seemed important to add another criterion- resilience. How far had the programme strengthened resilience to such medical disasters and its consequences for migrants and informal sector? To me…Continue
Added by Ranjani K.Murthy on May 25, 2020 at 14:27 — No Comments
Covid 19 pandemic lockdown has brought to fore the invisible workforce-the women of the household, and their contribution in the country’s economy. If not directly but definitely indirectly, by taking care of homes of their men family members, whom generally every country count as their main workforce. Thus neglecting the role played by a woman in the country’s growth and development, as a…Continue
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Good morning colleagues,
I hope this email finds you doing well. I am very excited to introduce a new project with my undergraduate students. The ElevateEvaluate Podcast, which is now available to stream.
This podcast, by students and for students, aims to exchange knowledge about program evaluation and introduce new evaluators to the field. Specifically, we will explore key concepts of program evaluation using real-life scenarios, as well as reflect on teaching…Continue
Added by Maritza Concha on April 21, 2020 at 18:49 — No Comments
I hosted a Zoom call on Thursday, April 9th, 2020 to discuss evaluation in international development during COVID-19.
I asked people when registering for the call (about 75 people) to identify their biggest concern for evaluations at this time. Then I grouped these by theme. Below is this list.
What are your biggest concerns?
What is your biggest concern for evaluations during COVID-19?
Comments from Registrants on Discussion on…Continue
Added by Elizabeth Dyke on April 17, 2020 at 19:55 — No Comments
Please see my LinkedIn post for a 30 minute presentation on evaluation and value for money, featuring the MUVA female economic empowerment program and an approach to VFM assessment that combines strengths of evaluative reasoning and economics.
Yesterday I was scheduled to give a guest lecture at Auckland Uni, but all teaching has gone online for the moment. So I pre-recorded the lecture on Zoom. There’s a first time for everything! Here’s a…Continue
GlobalWA & SIF co-hosted virtual event on Proven strategies for stopping gender-based violence March 18 via Zoom. Here are the resources mentioned on the call for your reference:
CARE’s Gender in Practice Primer: https://www.care.org/our-impact/gender-in-practice
GBV Promising Practices on Gender in Practice Primer (under Priority…Continue
Inspired by Barbara Klugman's extremely helpful blog on her virtual theory of change workshop, I would like to contribute a few lines on my recent experience with visualising across different remote sites.
Our workshop was not about building a theory of change from scratch, but about enriching and validating the theory of change my evaluation team had reconstructed. The workshop was not totally "virtual" either: We held it in a meeting room of the organisation that had commissioned…Continue
Last year in Paris, Marc Tevini* and Kenza Bennani** and a chance to interview Donna Mertens about the transformative approach in evaluation, how to face the climate change issue, the dead angles in evaluation and the role of emerging evaluators.…Continue
Coping with Covid-19: Theory of Change workshop online
As we all struggle to come to terms with the personal, community, work and politico-economic / cultural implications of COVID-19, I’d like to share a few lessons drawn by me and colleagues from WIEGO’s Urban Policies Programme (UPP), after we ran a theory of change workshop online on Monday and Tuesday (16-17 March 2020). WIEGO is a global organisation – Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing.…Continue
Dans le cadre du lancement de la 6ème édition du Prix d’Excellence « Evaluation d’Or », organisé par l’Initiative Ivoirienne pour l’Evaluation (2IEval) en collaboration avec la Cellule d’Analyse de Politiques Economiques du CIRES (CAPEC), une conférence a été prononcée, le samedi 29 février 2020, au Centre Ivoirien de Recherches Economiques et Sociales (CIRES), par Samuel KOUAKOU, Vice-Président de l’Association Africaine d’Evaluation (AfrEA), Président de l’Initiative Ivoirienne pour…Continue
Added by Samuel KOUAKOU on March 20, 2020 at 18:24 — No Comments
As part of the launch of the 6th edition of the Excellence Award "Gold Evaluation", organized by the Ivorian Initiative for Evaluation (2IEval) in collaboration with the Economic Policy Analysis Unit of CIRES (CAPEC), a conference was delivered on Saturday, February 29, 2020, at the Ivorian Center for Economic and Social Research (CIRES), by Samuel KOUAKOU, Vice-President of the African Evaluation Association (AfrEA), President of the Ivorian Initiative for Evaluation (2IEval), and General…Continue
Added by Samuel KOUAKOU on March 20, 2020 at 18:18 — No Comments
In February 2019, Evaluation actors in Kenya from the African Gender and Evaluation Network (AGDEN) and International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS), won a competitive award for innovation challenge by the International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE) and EvalPartners to work in the area of localizing Democracy, Rights and Governance Evaluation Practices. The project was titled ‘Expanding Democratic Spaces for more Inclusive and Equitable Governance:…Continue
Even if a country has progressive legislation, policies and plans,…Continue
Added by Ranjani K.Murthy on January 23, 2020 at 13:09 — No Comments