How to accompany the process and use the findings
Trainer: Verona Groverman (NL)
4th of July 2019, 9:30 – 17:00
& 5th of July 2019, 9:30 – 12:30
at: Licht für die Welt*, 1120 Wien, Niederhofstraße 26 *the room is barrier-free
Gender analysis has become a standard requirement for projects and programs supported by the Austrian Development Cooperation. In 2017, the Austrian Development Agency issued a policy document on “Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women and Girls” and a “Guidance for Gender Analysis on sector level”. Both documents are basic for the design of any new projects or programs.
The project officers in “northern NGOs” play an important role in communicating the “donor requirements & standards” to their partner organisations in developing countries. The training will strengthen the project officers’ capacities to explain the purpose and benefits of a gender analysis as well as to accompany the partner organisations in the implementation of a gender analysis and the use of its findings in the design of projects or programs.
The trainer will share lessons from the field; likewise the participants are invited to share their experiences in supporting partner organisations.
Invitation as pdf
The training is designed for project and program officers but all interested persons are welcome.
Verona Groverman is an ecologist and rural sociologist/anthropologist from the Netherlands. She has worked for 20 years in development cooperation before starting her own consultancy firm in 2001. She has a long track record of facilitating participatory reflective processes with various development actors in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Gender analysis and especially the use of the findings of gender analysis have always been at the core of her work. She is a very experienced trainer and advisor.
25,‐ Euro (WIDE members), 70,- Euro (non WIDE members)
(includes snacks and refreshments during coffee breaks and lunch)
Registration until 1st of July 2019: firstname.lastname@example.org
Limited number of participants (max. 20)!
The training will be held in English.
Organized by: WIDE
Invitation as pdf