In response to the Covid-19 induced lockdown, Institute for Social Studies Trust (ISST) undertook a series of Rapid Assessment Studies (with partner organizations) to understand the 'Impact of Covid 19 national lock down' on women in informal economy working in five vulnerable sectors in Delhi: domestic work, street vending, home-based work, waste picking, and construction work. This series of studies attempted to understand the immediate repercussions of the lock down and on the lives of…See More
All around the world, measures to control the COVID-19 pandemic are linked to a global surge in gender-based violence (GBV) against women and girls, perpetrated by men and boys. This webinar, hosted by the Prevention+ Programme will: - Highlight the efforts from 4 countries working to engage men and boys to end GBV - Discuss how they prioritize the necessary work with survivors of violence - Promote a conversation on the importance of safeguarding well-being and care amongst activists and…See More
Join Data for Impact on January 8, 2020 at 9 a.m. EST for a one-hour webinar sharing lessons learned in using most significant change for evaluation.Today, evaluations require methods that are flexible; allow for the complexity of current public health programming in low-resource settings; and address field challenges such as strict budget and time constraints, limited baseline data, and lack of access to…See More
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Via an e-mail shared by Sri Lanka Evaluation Association (SLEvA). I am a member of the SLEvA network
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Livelihood development, Social mobilisation, community development, organisational capacity assessment and planning, Business development, Gender integration, sustainable production
Skills like research, monitoring, evaluation
Have over 18 years experience in project management including monitoring and evaluation u=in the development sector. Academic and social researches had been conducted in the basic and postgraduate degree programmes.
Subhashi Wickramarachchi Dissanayake
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