Source:FAO SD dimension FAO and the International Service for National Agricultural Research (ISNAR) have developed a Training manual on gender monitoring and evaluation for programme management.
The aim of this initiative was to strengthen the performance of FAO and its partner organizations by making programs more responsive to gender issues; within existing management procedures such as the logical framework. Gender evaluation is increasingly important as international organizations critically assess their compliance with gender policy and develop responsive structures to support gender programs.
The manual provides trainers with the information, specific activities and materials they need to effectively plan and deliver a training program. The training approach is based on the experiential learning theory and is participatory in design.
To read the full document, please click on the links: Part I (Word- 2MB) Part II (Word- 1MB)
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