Theory of Change M&E Capacity Strengthening Workshop, Maputo 19 and 20 September 2011 Arif Rashid, TOPS
Typical Project Cycle Gender should be integrated in each of these stages Slide # 1
Integrating Gender Information on social and gender issues • Interventions to close gender gaps • Gender equity in allocating project resources • Closing gender gaps • Empowerment • Overall social well being for men and women • Integration of gender into implementation plan • Benefits of outputs for men and women Slide # 2
Role of M&E Help collect and analyze information on social and gender issues Information on social and gender issues • Identify gender sensitive indicators to monitor gender gaps • Help set targets for project’s gender objectives • Interventions to close gender gaps • Gender equity in allocating project resources • Closing gender gaps • Empowerment • Overall social well being • Collect and analyze data to measure intended benefits for men and women? • Evaluate the realistic prospects of sustaining the benefits • Integration of gender into implementation plan • Benefits of outputs for men and women • Collect and process gender-sensitive and sex disaggregated data to track outputs and outcome level changes • Develop tools and methods to collect data to reflect gender outcomes and impacts • Provide gender sensitivity training to staff • Hire both male and female data collectors Slide # 3
How are we doing? • In small groups, identify what are we doing to integrate gender in each of the four stages of project cycle? • What are the promising practices? • What are the gaps/ issues/ challenges? • Do we have the right tools and methods? • Where do you need support? Slide # 4
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