A Resource Pack on Gender Transformative Evaluations

The third book - A Resource Pack on Gender Transformative Evaluations - in the series of publications under the project 'Engendering Policy through Evaluation: Uncovering Exclusion, Challenging inequities and Building Capacities' (supported by the IDRC, Canada and the Ford Foundation,New Delhi) is out.

Edited by Shraddha Chigateri and Shiny Saha, A Resource Pack aims to inform readers of what constitutes gender transformative evaluations, and how to conduct such evaluations through examples and illustrations, particularly chosen from India and the South Asian region. It brings together a diverse set of resources (including examples of use of monitoring and evaluation systems by non-government organisations) to examine the principles, frameworks, methods and tools used in gender transformative evaluations. Illustrations in the resource pack include the use of a gender transformative lens to conduct Utilization Focused Evaluations, Participatory Evaluations and more.

A Resource Pack can be accessed at http://www.isstindia.org/publications/1465391379_pub_ISST_Resource_...

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Comment by Rituu B Nanda on November 6, 2016 at 18:11

Response from Beth Wachuka on Facebook

I'm currently reviewing a M&E manual for the Kenya school of government with a view to include gender and human rights perspective in the training manual. As such this resource came in handy and at the right time. Thank you so much

Comment by madhumita sarkar on November 3, 2016 at 9:15

Excellent resource pack. I've also come across ALNAP's Evaluating Humanitarian Action Guide (launched recently) http://www.alnap.org/what-we-do/evaluation/eha. While it refers to gender, it does not do so as holistically as this guide..hopefully this will be widely referred to by Humanitarian agencies. 

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