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New Gender M&E eLearning Course

by on August 11, 2014

Guest post by MEASURE Evaluation’s Abby Cannon, Gender Specialist, and Shelah Bloom, Senior Technical Advisor for Gender

We are pleased to announce the release of the newly published Gender M&E eLearning course, a MEASURE Evaluation-authored eLearning course hosted on USAID’s Global Health eLearning (GHeL) Center.

Integrating gender into monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is an important step towards understanding the effectiveness of these programs and health outcomes for women, girls, men and boys. This course is designed to help individuals strengthen their understanding of gender M&E as it applies to gender-focused programs and health programs that do not specifically address gender.

It introduces key concepts in gender M&E, including differences between sex-disaggregated and gender-sensitive indicators, and challenges in data collection and interpretation. Case studies and examples focus on two types of gender M&E: conducting M&E of gender-focused programs and integrating gender into the M&E of health programs.

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This course has been developed for program managers of gender-focused programs, gender advisors, and individuals seeking to integrate gender into M&E efforts.

If you are new to M&E, we recommend that you take the M&E Fundamentals course for more information on basic M&E concepts and definitions.

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