Prateek favourite photo from the pastoral study. This photo is something which I could relate to. We could point out before going to the field how pastoral woman's work does not find itself within the women and work discourse but it was after understanding the relationship of women with animals, we could understand the nature of "work" which a pastoral woman does.
Evaluators! Want to learn about the upcoming importance of data and datasets for #FeministAI in international development and social impact? Want to keep gender equity a developmental priority? Then let's dig in to ethics, equity, and machine learning!See the agenda and learn more: …See More
Dear all,We are pleased to invite you to the 'Launch Event' for FGTE 2.0 (2nd Iteration) on 15th September, 2022 from 5:30 pm to 6:15 pm IST.This launch and course will be a great opportunity for young and emerging evaluators to learn from veterans/experienced resource persons and interact with them.We also request you to share this announcement with young and emerging evaluators who may register and benefit from this course. Please note that ISST is happy to offer this training free of…See More
To assist you, I am recommending a former colleague of mine, when I was in Jamaica. She was formerly with UN Women. Her name is Taitu Heron. I do not have the email, but she has her FB profile and you can send a…"
Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is anonymously used with measuring of impact, management of data systems, research, auditing, building of log frame analysis, data collection etc. These measures are at times are used interchangeably depending on the stakeholders involved who are creating these systems. Within this M&E spectrum, components of learning, monitoring data, evaluating changes and goals, understanding needs and realities can create an environment to build to better…See More
The topic is: Using Outcome Harvesting to evaluate system-level changesPresenters: Genowefa Blundo Canto, Researcher, CIRAD, Nawalyath SOULE ADAM, Researcher, CIRADModerator: Goele Scheers, OH Community FacilitatorDate: 18 June 2020, 4pm CETZoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88415438714See More
Webinar: Inclusive systemic evaluation: Case studies from the Americas and the CaribbeanPart of the gLOCAL Evaluation Week 2020, this webinar co-organized with DEval and CLEAR will introduce ISE4GEMs, a methodology designed to work with the intersecting complexities of gender equality, environmental conservation, and the inclusion of marginalized voices.…See More
Outcome Harvesting Community presents Maximising the participation of a client in an internal-external Outcome Harvesting evaluation. Presenters: Leon Hemkemeyer (European Partnership for Democracy (EPD)), Goele Scheers (independant consultant) and Richard Smith (Independent Consultant) Moderator: Carmen Wilson-Grau, OH Community Facilitator Date: 26 May 2020, 4pm CET/UTC+1 Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/95276555164See More
April 10 (i.e. Tomorrow), we are organising a Public Townhall on Zoom, Another Pandemic: Domestic Violence about domestic violence during the lockdown and we would like to invite you to attend it.As you know, the COVID19 pandemic has forced people into their homes over the last few months. In this situation, many women and girls in vulnerable positions end up staying with abusive families. This has led to an increase in violence against women and domestic violence reports - the National…See More
Beyond the Binary in International Development" Join us next week to discuss strategies for breaking gender binaries with other activists, practitioners and academics -- Register for the next hashtag#sgpGenderCafe on 26th Nov.!…See More
The seventh International Urban Cooperation programme webinar will be held on 14 November 2019 from 15:00 - 16:30 CET, focusing on gender-equal cities, including an overview of lessons learnt and future perspectives.Those who join will learn what a gender-equal city looks like, how looking through a ‘gender lens’ benefits everyone, and what steps can be taken to initiate changes in your own city. We will discuss examples of gender-sensitive urban planning, look at anti-discrimination campaigns,…See More
Mr. Binju Abraham and Sukanta Sarkar from PRADAN, a well known NGO in India will highlight the work done in the state of Jharkhand, India on improving the state of local Governance by strengthening the capacity of the local Government and enhancing the civic capacity of the common people.An example of their work https://idronline.org/the-only-way-to-make-development-sustainable/Meeting is being hosted by…See More
The thirty-first discussion forum is on “Women in Tourism: Unpacking Entrepreneurship and Livelihood Prospects”. With this forum, we attempt to unravel the complexities of women’s roles in the tourism sector and the opportunities that are available for them. The discourse would consist of the current trends of participation of women in the sector, the scope, what are the challenges and opportunities for women as formal or informal workers, entrepreneurs; how the tourism sector could play an…See More
Presenters: Beverly Parsons (InSites); Lovely Dhillon (Jodevi Consulting), and Matt Keene (The Silwood Group)Date & Time: Wednesday, September 25, 2019 @ 16:00 UTC / 12pm EDTDescription: Join the editors of the new book, Visionary Evaluation for a Sustainable, Equitable Future for this webinar. Take a journey to 2030 where Visionary Evaluatives abound and link with one another in actively bringing about a sustainable, equitable future. Utilizing a creative storytelling and visioning…See More
Advancing Health EquityThrough Mixed-Income CommunitiesTuesday June 4, 20191:00 pm - 2:30 pm ET | 10:00 am - 11:30 am PTRegister here How can mixed-income community interventions best be used to…See More