This 4-day participatory workshop is designed for development and humanitarian practitioners who want to understand how to integrate decolonizing principles and practices into their research activities, including project analyses, monitoring and evaluation, assessments and evaluations. Guided by a feminist approach, this workshop will enable participants to critically reflect on their research practices and identify alternative strategies and methodologies for creating knowledge.
This 4-day workshop will provide participants with the tools and skills to integrate attention to gender equity into USAID technical proposals including in problem statements, activity design and budgets, staffing, and monitoring and evaluation.
This 1-week participatory workshop will walk participants step by step through the design and implementation of a gender and inclusion analysis, from literature review to tool design, data collection methods, data analysis and interpretation, validation, report writing, and action planning.
This 2-day workshop is intended to equip participants with the latest evidence and learning on gender in food security programming and an opportunity to build out a gender theory of change for use in food security proposals and program design.
This 4-day workshop is designed to equip new and aspiring gender consultants with the tools, skills, and networks they need to build successful consulting careers. Sessions will cover branding, network building, strengthening technical skills and experience, responding to consulting opportunities, and putting in place administrative, legal, and financial systems (US-based).
This 1-week workshop is designed to provide new and aspiring gender specialists with baseline and intermediate knowledge, tools, and skills needed to be effective in their roles. Sessions will include an overview of gender integration, gender analyses, gender audits, gender training, and advocacy skills.