War Child Canada and the Women’s Refugee Commission would like to share with the Gender and Evaluation community, our recent publication “A Toolkit for Monitoring and Evaluation of Gender-Based Violence Programming in Restricted Environments”.
The toolkit has been piloted in Afghanistan and South Sudan among 16 local and national civil society organizations* working in restricted environments where accessing project communities is challenged due to security or safety of staff and project participants.
Developed with program and M&E staff from the pilot organizations, the toolkit aims to build a foundation of M&E best practices and help staff working with hard-to-access communities take practical steps and guidance to plan for, get started on, and improve in monitoring and evaluation. Given the programming topic, the toolkit also aims to support organizations better understand the needs of those they serve, using the highest standard of ethical approaches to reach individuals and groups that are often overlooked.
We invite you to take a look at the full toolkit and share any feedback you may have!
*War Child Canada and Women’s Refugee Commission would like to thank the following organizations in Afghanistan and South Sudan who worked with us in the development of this toolkit: Centre for Emergency and Development Support; Humanitarian and Development Consortium; Hope Restoration South Sudan; Titi Foundation; Upper Nile Youth Development Association; Support for Peace and Education Development Program; Nile Hope; Humanitarian and Development Consortium; INTERSOS; Tabish Social Health Education Organization; Global Child Protection Institute; Creating Resources for Sustainable Development Organization; Supporting of Vulnerable People Organization; Afghanistan Women Empowerment and Support Organization; Women and Peace Studies Organization; Reconstruction and Social Service for Afghanistan Organization.
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