gender evaluation

GenARDIS Knowledge Sharing workshop
GenARDIS Knowledge Sharing workshop 27 January 2010

The knowledge-sharing workshop will be a space to enable the 15 grantees to share outcomes as well as to discuss best practices and lessons learned. It will also be used to gather case studies and stories to feed into the ongoing programmes of partner institutions, as well as for GenARDIS’ own evaluation process. The workshop methodology will be interactive, creative and use different methodologies to encourage sharing and challenge grantees to interrogate their own learnings’. We will us...

Long-awaited GEM Francophone workshop begins
Long-awaited GEM Francophone workshop begins 11 February 2009 LC

In the recent years, APC’s francophone community has grown significantly, and with this growth also came an interest for Gender Evaluations Method (GEM) training in French. Requests for the workshop have not gone unheard, and the GEM Francophone Workshop, co-organised by the Women’s Networking Support Programme (WNSP), APC-Africa-Women (AAW) and Afriklinks officially began today in Bamako, Mali. The small group of fifteen people is comprised of participants from all over Africa, includin...

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Connecting gender, agriculture and the information society: GenARDIS kick-off workshop
Connecting gender, agriculture and the information society: GenARDIS kick-off workshop 13 November 2008 AL

Seven women and thirteen men from Anglophone and Francophone Africa and the Caribbean met during the last days of September in Gorée Island, Senegal. They have many things in common, but one in particular is their ability to make innovative connections in gender, agriculture and information and communication technologies (ICTs). This ability has led them to be finalists of the Gender, Agricult...

APC and UgaBYTES join forces to evaluate gender and ICTs
APC and UgaBYTES join forces to evaluate gender and ICTs 20 August 2008 Francis Mwathi

On the 6th of August 2008, Dafne Plou, an APC facilitator on the Gender Evaluation Methodology (GEM) with telecentres, visited Uganda on a mission of evaluating how ICTs impact the community within gender lines.