Dear All

I am enclosing a recent powerpoint that I to facilitate a half day session on gender/equity sensitive indicators with a group of NGOs from Sri Lanka and Tamil Nadu indicators.ppt

Often NGOs, government and at times even evaluation teams get stuck at monitoring process or output indicators, and do not adequately evaluate outcome and impact indicators. The challenge remains  to identify appropriate outcome and impact indicators which are not only gender sensitive but also sensitive to other aspects of diversity. 

Would love to hear your views, as well as experienced in experiences in getting government & government commissioned evaluations to move towards gender/diversity and outcome & impact indicators 



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Comment by Ranjani K.Murthy on March 6, 2014 at 14:23

Dear Susmita

Nice to get words of encouragement

The last slide - I normally give it as handout (translate where necessary) to groups and ask them to identify which kind of indicator each one is- input, process, output, process or impact

Do use it, adapt it and let me know me know how it went





Comment by susmita mukherjee on March 6, 2014 at 11:13

hi! i like it. specially the last two slides are really great.

Comment by Ranjani K.Murthy on March 5, 2014 at 13:59

Thank me when you use it and it works for you or the participants 

Comment by Shraddha Chigateri on March 5, 2014 at 12:20

Thanks for sharing Ranjani, very useful, especially the slide where you list different types of indicators along a project/evaluation process.

Comment by Maggie Schmeitz on March 4, 2014 at 17:53

You are welcome! Keep up the good work :)

Comment by Ranjani K.Murthy on March 4, 2014 at 9:58

Dear Maggie 

Thanks so much for your comments. I use the last slide in small groups and ask them to identify whether the five gender-sensitive indicators are input, process, output, outcome or impact indicators.  It think for participants who are experienced this exercise could be tweeked a bit to clarify the concept of five kind of indicators as well as gender blind to gender transformative indicators. I will add an explanatory slide!. Thanks again. Ranjani  

Comment by Maggie Schmeitz on March 3, 2014 at 20:07

Thank you Ranjani, very good presentation to get people on the right track! Especially the differentiation in types of indicators [slide 4] is very helpful. I think it would be nice to continue that same differentiation in criteria for indicators [slide 5 and 6]. Because number of applicants might not be a good outcome indicator but it might be a good process indicator. I like how you included inequalities within the gender domain [slide 7]. I am very curious how you explained slide 8 [from gender blind to gender transformative], I find this always a challenging part. Especially so if the person doing the monitoring and evaluation is not that gender-sensitive. And ofcourse I am even more curious to what exercise belonged with slide 9! Did they have to judge the examples? Hope to hear more from you, thanks again for sharing, Greets, Maggie

Comment by Ranjani K.Murthy on March 3, 2014 at 15:20

Dear Anita, 

I am sorry I do not follow. If I click on the indicators ppt I am able to open the ppt It takes about a minute to open




Comment by Anita Rego on March 3, 2014 at 14:54

Dear Rajana,

Thanks a lot for the ppt.  I think there are hyperlinks which have not been attached.  Could you please help us out. 

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