How can the design, implementation, and monitoring processes of projects using a combination of modalities maximize gender outcomes?
Funded through IDEAL's Small Grants Program, a recent study titled “Better Gender Outcomes in Food Assistance through Complementary and Multi-Modal programming” explored this issue. Using the study, this webinar will address how front-line practitioners can use these findings in the design, implementation, and evaluation of similar projects. Additionally, the webinar will discuss what more we need to know and to meet the needs of communities through multi-modal responses.
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This event was made possible by a grant from The Implementer-Led Design, Evidence, Analysis and Learning (IDEAL) Activity. The IDEAL Small Grants Program is made possible by the generous support and contribution of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents of the materials produced through the IDEAL Small Grants Program do not necessarily reflect the views of IDEAL, USAID, or the United States Government.Watch the Recording