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Technical Guidelines: Gender-Sensitive Monitoring and Evaluation

Technical guidelines for gender sensitive project monitoring & evaluation will help M&E officers to understand why gender sensitive monitoring and evaluation is important and how IFAD projects can implement a gender sensitive M&E.
 
The tool first explores the benefits that come from capturing gender differences within project M&E. Gender-sensitive M&E aims at assessing the project’s effects and impacts (intended or unintended) on gender relations and women’s empowerment and specifically, it will monitor the changes in gender d

Gender-Responsive Results-Based Management: Checklist for Effective RBM

The tool will help M&E officers to understand what is gender-responsive results-based management and how gender responsiveness can be ensured in IFAD projects' context.  Read more »

Request for Proposal to Develop E-Learning Module for Monitoring & Evaluation

Please note the deadline to submit the proposal has been extended to 5 pm, May 27th, 2013  Read more »

Gender Process Monitoring in RuLip, Cambodia - Second Follow-up

To strengthen the implementation of the Case Based Gender Process Monitoring in RuLiP, Cambodia, Dr. Kyoko did the second follow-up visit to three provinces where RuLiP has implemented the gender monitoring tool. Mr. Ouk Vuthirith, Deputy National Project Coordinator, Project Support Unit, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF PSU) facilitated the travel and meetings for APMAS Principle Investigator Dr. Kyoko Kusakabe, MAFF PSU Staff, Provincial Department of Women’s Affairs (PDoWA) Staff, Commune Extension Workers and other participants.  Read more »

Gender Process Monitoring in RuLip, Cambodia - First Followup

Dr. Kyoko Kusakabe, Principal investigator of APMAS project visited Kartie, Preah Vihar and Ratanakiri provinces of RULIP Project to supervise the gender monitoring and data collection on gender domains under the pilot monitoring scheme ‘case based gender process monitoring’. Mr. Ouk Vuthirith, Deputy National Project Coordinator, Project Support Unit, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF PSU) facilitated the travel and meetings for APMAS Principle Investigator Dr.  Read more »

Training on RIMS+ Completion Survey for IMPP in Tra Vinh and Ha Tinh

Training on RIMS+ Survey in Ha TinhUnder the agreement with APMAS and Development and Policies Research Center (DEPOCEN), mentoring and on-the-job training was designed and implemented for officers of IMPP project in Tra Vinh and Ha Tinh in conducting their completion survey and at the same time improving the capacity for local officers. The trainings were held in Tra Vinh between 19 – 26 March 2012 and from 3 – 10 May 2012 in Ha Tinh.  Read more »

Training under AOS and GPM Coaching Program for RULIP

Under the coaching program on Capacity Building on Annual Outcome Survey and Gender Process Monitoring with VBNK and GADC, RULIP completed 5-days training programme in Kampong Thom during 21-25 May 2012. The training program involved 49 participants (13 women) included RULIP project staff/ advisors from the three target provinces (Preah Vihear, Kratie and Ratanakiri) and 6 RULIP staff/advisors from the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (MAFF), and 3 representatives from the Ministry of Women’s Affairs.     Read more »

Consultation Meeting for Case Based Gender Process Monitoring in Cambodia

APMAS-Gender organized a consultation meeting with RuLIP and RPRP Projects, Ministry of Women's Affairs (MoWA), Ministry of Forests and Fisheries (MAFF), and provincial department staffs to discuss a ‘Case Based Gender Process Monitoring System’ for IFAD projects in Cambodia. The meeting was conducted during 1-2 September, 2011 at Phnom Penh, Cambodia.  Read more »

Report on Training on “Annual Outcome Survey”, Bac Kan, 5 - 11 April 2011

This report is prepared as an assessment report on the hands-on training for IFAD M&E officers on "Annual Impact Survey" which was held in Bac Kan, 5 - 11 April 2011. This training is part of the Consultancy and Coaching M&E RIMS Plus Baseline and Impact Survey for IFAD-supported Projects in Vietnam, implemented under the support of APMAS and IFAD Vietnam Country Office. The programme is being implemented by Development and Policies Research Center (DEPOCEN)