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Mubashira Zaidi, from ISST, authored the chapter, 'Work and Women's Economic Empowerment in Tribal Rajasthan, India' in part 3, Emerging Dimensions in the Understanding of Women’s Unpaid Work of the book!
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I am looking for MEL frameworks and tools on relationship building. Please share if you have come across to any useful and user-friendly resource. Thank you!
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Many thanks for the suggestion. About your question: my main interest is in finding something that would help me to learn from the monitoring of relationship building work. I have the fundamental (basic?) question of: what makes relationships 'strong' and what type of indicators (and even more broadly what M&E methodologies) would help us understand whether a relationship is strong or not? Is it only on the basis of the frequency of exchanges/joint actions/etc etc? Do these even matter or are they the best indicators to understand whether a relationship is strong? I know context matters so I am not expecting to find the recipe, but I am looking for some ideas, concepts, tools that I can then adapt or take from. Thx
Hi Ranjani, many thanks for the suggestion and sorry for the very very late response, I didn't realize someone had replied. Would you have a couple of 'must-to-read' resources on bonding, linking and bridging to recommend me? Many thanks in advance!
Hi Elisabetta, are you looking for something specific so that we can reach out to more members? Thanks
Hi Elisabetta, You may like to check out Constellation's SALT approach https://the-constellation.org/our-approach/salt-clcp/
Let us know what you do that so that we can learn from you. Best of luck!
Your may like to look at material on bonding, linking and bridging capital, and develop methodlogy around that
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