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Dear Gender and Evaluation CommunityMy name is Julie Newton and I am working in the Gender Team at the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) based in the Netherlands. Building on our current review of…Continue

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Colleagues I’m pleased to share with you a new paper providing insight and guidance on the value of participatory approaches that ground measurement of empowerment in lives and perspectives of women and girls. The paper builds on a recent webinar on measuring empowerment of women and girls for the CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research.It  also draws on an earlier  on-line consultation with this Gender and Evaluation Communityand the …See More
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Royal Tropical Institute
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women empowerment, agriculture, nutrition, food security, social protection, gender mainstreaming, child rights, sustainable communities, wellbeing.
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Sharing new paper: What do participatory approaches have to offer the measurement of empowerment of women and girls

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Colleagues

 I’m pleased to share with you a new paper providing insight and guidance on the value of participatory approaches that ground measurement of empowerment in lives and perspectives of women and girls. The paper builds on a recent webinar on measuring empowerment of women and girls for the CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research.

It  also draws on an earlier  on-line consultation with this …

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