Dear friends/ colleagues,Due to some doubts of writing a proposal to attach with the CV I would like to have someone's support of this, would you mind sending a sample proposal related GBV consultancy o any kind of example proposals explaining methodology of evaluation, it would be a great help. Thank you in advance.Shyama See More
Our next Project Monitoring Techniques training will start on the 12th July. The provisional webinar dates are the 16th, 23rd and 30th July and the 6th and 20th August all at 12pm (BST).This six-week online course brings together tried and tested techniques to design relevant Real-Time Monitoring systems for adaptive projects and programmes.By learning how data and information can help make evidence based decisions, staff will have the enthusiasm to gather, analyse and use information in their…See More
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The primary monitoring tools in Outcome Mapping are journals. There are journals to record the activities and outputs you produce to support your boundary partners (the strategy journal) and journals to record your observations of behavioural change in your boundary partners (the outcome journal). This session will demonstrate how Google Forms has been used in two projects as an electronic, cloud-based journal. We’ll discuss different design options for journals, show you some different…See More
As the world grapples with the health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, a shadow pandemic of violence against children is quickly emerging. Calls to child helplines and domestic violence hotlines, point to a spike in levels of violence since stay-at-home measures were put in place.These trends are consistent with data from past humanitarian and economic crises. Faced with limited data, we must rely on existing data to prevent and respond to violence against children during and after the…See More
Measuring and demonstrating impactWith the rise in results based management, measuring and demonstrating changes caused by your interventions is becoming increasingly important. How do you prove that your projects have an impact? Many find it a challenge to define this. There are now various approaches and methods to collect and analyse impact data. Let us guide you how to select the methods most suitable and cost-effective for your organisation. Quantitative or qualitative, online or offline,…See More
A 'glocal' assets and strengths-based (un) conferenceUnder Project HealthRise phase 2, in two states of India we used a strength-based approach. SALT*to catalyse, patients and communities to take ownership in action on diabetes and hypertension. The session will focus on experiences in both implementation as well as evaluation of this process and harvest inputs from the participants to co-create knowledge. The session will be hosted byMedtronic Foundation, Mamta, RICPHI and Constellation24th…See More