We are glad to inform you that the international online community Gender and Evaluation, hosted by the Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST), India, has accepted to serve as the EvalGender+’s hub for knowledge sharing. Gender and Evaluation community is part of ISST's 'Engendering Policy through Evaluation' Project supported by IDRC and Ford Foundation.
EvalGender+ is the new global partnership led by EvalPartners, UN Women and IOCE, to promote the demand, supply and use of Gender Responsive and Equity Focused Evaluations. 36 organizations, including 16 United Nations agencies, the World Bank and the African Development Bank, Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation and Women’s Organizations already joined EvalGender+. For additional info, please visithttp://www.mymande.org/evalgender
Through this message, we would like to invite you to join the Gender and Evaluation Community to share knowledge, practices and lessons learned on equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluations with over 1100 members including evaluators, researchers, government officials, UN staff and NGO staff. It is quick and easy to join the online platform consisting. Simply visit http://www.mymande.org/evalgender and click on the Community of practice. The community provides a space for blogs, discussions, events, photos and videos.
Once again, we would like to thank ISST for providing this excellent service to the global gender-responsive evaluation community. ISST is a non-profit organization based in India. It has been carrying out research and evaluation in different areas, including poverty, education, health, social protection, ICTs, governance, and violence from a gender-equity lens over the last three decades.
For additional information on the Community of Practice, please contact Rituu B Nanda at email@example.com. For additional information on EvalGender+, please contact Marco Segone at firstname.lastname@example.org and Florencia Tateossian at Florencia.Tateossian@unwomen.org
We are looking forward to virtually meeting thousands of colleagues interested in gender-responsive evaluation at the Gender and Evaluation CoP.
Marco Segone, Director, Independent Evaluation Office, UN Women and co-chair, EvalPartners
Rituu B Nanda, Moderator, Gender and Evaluation CoP
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