How to reflect gender in development, humanitarian, educational and awareness raising projects.

I am excited to be a relatively new Board memeber of an asssociation of evaluators in the Czech Republic - the Czech Evaluation Society (see www.czecheval.cz). So many things are happening, including a new focus on gender! 

About a year ago, I have been engaged in a debate of Czech evaluators if “non-tangible” aspects such as gender can be monitored and evaluated. So I wrote this blog.... and add some toolkits.

http://www.evaluace.com/can-gender-be-monitored-and-evaluated/

Eventually, we created a guide: How to reflect different roles, needs and priorities of women and men in development, humanitarian, educational and awareness raising projects. Currently, the guide is only available in Czech.

Instead, you can check some of my evaluations:

Preventing and Combating Child Trafficking in Ethiopia - see gender analysis on my web

Prevention and early detection of cancer in Georgia - I recommend reading at least a summary as well as the part on gender as a cross-cutting theme

I am excited to hear your feedback! Nice to be a new member of this platform!

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Comment by Inka Píbilová on February 24, 2015 at 11:14

Hi Rituu, I am afraid I have not encountered it except of the female/male participation at events. :)

Comment by Rituu B Nanda on February 24, 2015 at 0:06

Hi Inka,

I am happy that you shared. Thank you. Would you have any experience on using gender lens in monitoring?

Warmly,

Rituu

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