These presentations, given by Ranjani Murthy for the Institute of Social Studies Trust, focus on various participatory evaluation tools that can be used in gender-sensitive and quality focused evaluations. The fist part is an introductory session while the other three parts of this series focus on specific tools that can be used: power walk, resource mapping and body mapping.
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Part I (Overview) - Opens in a new window
Part II (Power walk) - Opens in a new window
Part III (Body mapping) - Opens in a new window
Part IV (Resource mapping) - Opens in a new window
Murthy, R., (2014), Toolkit for gender sensitive participatory evaluations - Part I (overview), Institute of Social Studies Trust, retrieved from: http://gendereval.ning.com/profiles/blogs/toolkit-for-gender-sensitive-participatory-evaluations-part-i?xg_source=msg_mes_network