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''Facilitating Gender Transformative Evaluation 2.0 course''

September, 2022

We are happy to announce that the Applications for Facilitating Gender Transformative Evaluation 2.0 course are now open. Request you to circulate the same in your network. A brief about the course and application details are given below:

FGTE 2.0 introduces its participants to the concepts of both gender and evaluation and will enable them to bring in a critical gender transformative lens when conducting evaluations. In particular, the course introduces feminist evaluation ethics and principles, as well as an array of evaluation approaches. The course draws upon diverse frameworks, methodologies and tools like the Change Matrix, Outcome mapping, Utilization focused evaluation and using participatory tools which focus on equity and inclusiveness, key principles of gender transformative evaluations (GTE).

Who can apply?

  • Participants residing in South Asia (India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afghanistan & Bhutan),
  • Beginner to mid-level professionals with around 5 years of work experience,
  • Some past experience in project/program management/conducting monitoring & evaluation,
  • Familiarity with & use of Gender theories and concepts,
  • Proficiency in English (written, spoken & comprehension) will be required,
  • Willing to devote adequate time for the course and its requirements.


How to apply?

If you think you meet the above criteria and are committed to devote adequate time towards learning the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of gender transformative evaluations, then please apply by filling in the form and sending your resume along with one reference letter (preferably from your employer, supervisor, or someone who is familiar with your work).

Access the Course Brochure, Faculty Brochure, Application form as well as Testimonials from the previous course here .

Please share the information about the course in your network and feel free to contact us if you have any queries."