Publisher: Angela De Prairie
This free, 2-hour online course has been developed for program managers working on gender-focused programs, gender advisors, and individuals working in gender affairs, ministries of gender, or other government departments focusing on gender who seek to strengthen their understanding of monitoring and evaluation (M&E). It is also applicable to M&E officers who seek to integrate a gender perspective into their M&E efforts.
By the end of this course, learners will be able to:
Define what gender M&E is and why it is important to health and gender programming. Describe how gender can be integrated into health program M&E. Explain the difference between sex-disaggregated indicators and gender-sensitive indicators. Provide examples of gender considerations in data collection, data interpretation, and data use. Identify specific tools and resources to further support gender M&E