EVALSDGs Insight #10- gender and equity in SDGs

EVALSDGs Insight #10 concerns a longstanding issue: gender inequality and the degree to which the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can assure equality and equity among peoples. Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs) of SDGs implementation in 66 countries indicate that countries must act vigorously to achieve gender equity across all SDGs. This Insight proposes some solutions for strengthening gender responsiveness in evaluations of the SDGs.

https://gendereval.ning.com/profiles/blogs/evalsdgs-insight-10-transforming-m-amp-e-for-achieving-the-sdgs

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At 7:58 on September 15, 2016, Nandika Kumari said…

I am currently working as a Consultant at the Ministry of Women and Child Development on those issues. Will definitely drop in when I am at IHC next :)

At 10:55 on September 14, 2016, Nandika Kumari said…

Thank you for the welcome, Rituu.

Look forward to engaging on this platform.

At 10:37 on September 14, 2016, Susanne Lucie BAUER said…

Thank You Rita, I will update my profile with eval pictures and my personal profile over the weekend, only. Thanks for initiating and making us sharing some great technical and organizational gender-related work around the globe! Susanne

At 18:50 on September 12, 2016, Alison Mead Richardson said…

Thanks Rituu.

I have tried many times to add my profile photo - but NING will not allow. The photos is the correct format and is not too big. I get this message

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I have tried several photos. You might try reporting this to NING.

thanks

Alison

At 21:31 on August 3, 2016, Dunstan Mubangizi said…

Dear All,
I am urgently asking for support in development of ToR for a national Gender Audit. and also how to relate Gender to overall SDGs.

Please let me know if you have any relevant format or information that can guide me.
Thank you

At 4:50 on July 25, 2016, Shobha Raghuram said…

Dear Rituu,

Thank you for the greetings....very kind of you! Shobha

At 23:24 on July 2, 2016, SHOBA ARUN said…

Many thanks for that warm welcome Rituu. I will update accordingly, looking forward to networking with the group..

At 16:08 on June 27, 2016, Edward Mhina said…

Hi Rituu,

I should have responded to your welcoming note ages ago. I was too tight to squeeze that minute. Anyway, today I thought I needed to respond to your kind and warm welcome. I am definitely very comforted with joining this platform of committed gender scholars and stakeholders. I shall create space to be more active as we move ahead.

I have shared information to this site with my colleagues at Tanzania Gender Networking Program - TGNP. I have urged them to look it up. So lets hope more colleagues from this side of the world will knock on your doors for sharing and learning together.

regards,

Edward

At 12:17 on June 27, 2016, Rita Kahurananga said…

Greetings Rituu, thank you for the warm welcome into this growing family. I will do the needful and complete my profile as soon as possible, and I cannot wait to shareand learn from all of you.

At 9:59 on May 20, 2016, Joy Eze said…

Thanks for the great work you are doing,keep touching lives!

At 1:16 on May 17, 2016, Joy Eze said…

Thank you for appreciating my efforts!

At 16:20 on May 10, 2016, Joaquin de la Concha Gonzalez said…

Thank you for your invitation Rituu. I hope we can exchange and share some useful bits of knowledge!

At 18:03 on April 20, 2016, Anar Musabaeva said…

Dear Rituu

Thank  you so much for  congratuations

At 17:08 on March 30, 2016, Penny Plowman said…

Dear Ritu

Thank you so much for your very warm welcome. I am pleased to have joined. I am beginning to fill out my profile, and I look forward to participating in this important on-line community. Thank you ! Best wishes Penny

At 3:14 on March 27, 2016, Deborah Western said…

Many thanks for the birthday wishes Rituu!

Hoping you are well and thank you so much for the work you put into this wonderful resource and communication venue.

Deb

At 7:46 on March 14, 2016, Rex Joshua said…

Thanks Rituu for your birthday message. Very thoughtful. Cheers

At 21:45 on March 10, 2016, Marcia Brandon said…

Dear Rituu I tried to upload a photo but it kept giving me an error.

Best regards,

Marcia

At 10:59 on February 24, 2016, Martin Morris Okolo said…

Hello!

Am happy you recognised my Birthday. I love that. Thank you very much.

However, the events following our elections in Uganda seems to have strange twists and turns. First the Social media applications and internet was turned off then, then came strange requests from the only female candidate in the just concluded presidential campaign requesting the PRESIDENT TO GIVE HER A JOB EVEN BEFORE THE OLD MAN IS SWORN IN FOR THE THE FOURHT DECADE IN POWER.

Am personally disappointed given that:

1. maureen Kalya was the only female to face the male dominated presidential campaign for the highest office in Uganda.

2. She was my candidate and very atticulate with social transformation programmes and policy frameworks at least according to her speech in the campaigns

3. Uganda being highly partiachal society where most people including Women dont yet believe that a lady can not lead this turbulent land locked country, its such a huge blow for us the human rights activists. We are left wondering whetehr it will be possible to support the next female candidate in the next presidential camaign in 2021!

The week has not been fair to our spirited campaign this time round.

I can surely only smile at the attempt to break the age old stereo type that Only men can lead Uganda or at least in the modern era.

Thank you

Wish you all the best of today.

At 1:06 on February 23, 2016, John Donnelly said…

Thanks Rituu!

At 21:38 on February 16, 2016, Courtney Boudreau said…

Thank you Rituu!

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