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File PowerPoint presentation M&E of Population, Health and Nutrition Programs, Gender
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Gender
The MEASURE Evaluation project focuses on building capacity in low-income countries for monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of health programs and for strengthening health information systems (HIS). As part of these efforts, MEASURE Evaluation develops and promotes metrics that determine program progress and impact on gender equity – including ways to measure women’s and men’s participation, priorities, and needs.
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Two New Gender Resources Available
MEASURE Evaluation now offers an Ask the Gender M&E Expert discussion forum on its Web site and has published Gender and Health Data and Statistics, a guide to gender-related resources.
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Women’s Economic Empowerment and Gender-based Violence
Join MEASURE Evaluation for a one-hour webinar to present findings from a study on Women’s Economic Empowerment and Gender-based Violence. The webinar will take place August 12 at 9am EDT.
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Gender In Series
MEASURE Evaluation’s Gender In Series explores the implications of gender on various technical area data and suggest indicators to reveal and explain gender gaps in health outcomes.
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Botswana
In Botswana, MEASURE Evaluation efforts aim to strengthen coordination, harmonization, alignment, and accountability in Botswana’s national HIV/AIDS response.
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Uganda
In Uganda, MEASURE Evaluation develops, adapts, and applies methods, tools, and approaches to address health information challenges and gaps and works with local partners to increase the capacity for rigorous evaluation.
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Session VII – EnGendering Monitoring and Evaluation
In this session we will provide an overview of MEASURE Evaluation’s role and achievements in Phase III in advancing M&E that is gender-sensitive. We will also delve deeper into two key topics in gender M&E to better understand their content, status, and future opportunities.
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Publication Sample Monitoring and Evaluation of Scale-up Strategy for a Gender-Integrated Health Governance Project
MEASURE Evaluation, Health Policy Project, Suaahara Project (2015)
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Publication Transforming Gender Norms, Roles, and Power Dynamics for Better Health: Evidence from a Systematic Review of Gender-integrated Health Programs in Low-and Middle-Income Countries
Muralidharan A, Fehringer J, Pappa S, Rottach E, Das M, and Mandal M (2015)
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