Monitoring and Evaluating

(26th- 27th June 2014)

Gender, poverty and the delivery of basic services, such as healthcare, education and social protection, are closely interwoven. The delivery of public services is essential for helping women and men to reach their full potential and realize their human rights. Recent investments in human capital endowments have led to significant progress in improving health and education for both women and men. Although gender differences are gradually narrowing, much remains to be done to reduce inequalities in women and men’s well-being. Many of the gaps in progress towards achieving poverty- and service-related MDGs are gender gaps, with women and girls missing out on vital services.

Join TBC as we discus to understand gender based violence in men and women as a non-selective but general problem, and discus possible tools to prevent or reduce gender based violence in our work places homes as well as communities