A Toolkit for Monitoring and Evaluation of Gender-Based Violence

This is a guide to support organizations implementing GBV response and prevention activities in low-resource settings to improve and integrate monitoring and evaluation into their work in a way that ensures the dignity and respect for their clients. It is a basic summary of M&E practices and how they can be applied to this type of programming in restricted settings.

This resource and the following information was contributed by Morganne King Wale.

Authors and their affiliation

Morganne King Wale (War Child Canada), Kathryn Paik (Women's Refugee Commission) and Brett Collins (War Child Canada)

Year of publication

2020

Type of resource

  • Tool

Key features

This is a guide to support organizations implementing GBV response and prevention activities in low-resource settings to improve and integrate monitoring and evaluation into their work in a way that ensures the dignity and respect for their clients. It is a basic summary of M&E practices and how they can be applied to this type of programming in restricted settings.

Who is this resource useful for?

  • Evaluators;
  • Those involved in evaluation capacity strengthening

How have you used or intend on using this resource?

This resource was piloted by intended users - national NGOs - in South Sudan and Afghanistan to provide feedback and suggested adaptations before final publication. This resource is meant to support these groups in strengthening their M&E work and reducing their reliance on donors and partners for M&E capacity.

 

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