Toolkit for Monitoring and Evaluating GBV Interventions Along the Relief to Development Continuum - Section 4

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The main goals of monitoring and evaluating GBV interventions are twofold: (1) to support evidence-based learning to improve current and future GBV programming, and (2) to advocate for more effective GBV-related policies, services, and funding. For M&E findings to be used to achieve these goals, the results of GBV M&E must be shared externally and internally, but always in line with the ethical and safety considerations provided in Section 1. This includes not sharing any data that could endanger GBV survivors, their families, and communities. Nor should it negatively impact GBV service providers and those who are involved in GBV prevention and response (public officials, village chiefs, and women’s organizations). Section 4 provides an overview of the types of audiences for sharing GBV M&E results and categories of information that can be shared to maximize the benefits of M&E work.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014 - 11:30am

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