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.

May 22, 2014 | 2:00 – 3:00pm EST

Slides

Overview – Jessica Fehringer

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) must be gender-sensitive in order to assess and address differences in the impact of health programs on women and men, girls and boys. In Session VII we provide an overview of MEASURE Evaluation’s role and achievements in Phase III in advancing M&E that is gender-sensitive. We also delve deeper into two key topics in gender M&E to better understand their content, status, and future opportunities.

The Monitoring and Evaluation of Gender-based Violence – Shelah Bloom

There has been a huge international push for gender-based violence programs, and many initiatives show promising results. However, many program managers at the local and national level lack M&E skills, and many programs lack M&E structure. This presentation introduces ideas to meet this challenge with evidence based on several initiatives undertaken by MEASURE Evaluation.

Structural Interventions for Gender Equity and Improved Health Outcomes – Carolina Mejia

Structural interventions addressing gender equality have shown promising results in combating HIV, eliminating gender-based violence and improving many other health outcomes. This presentation highlights the critical issues in assessing the impact of gender-transformative structural interventions, and discusses the implications for rigorous monitoring and evaluation.

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