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Discussion Summary: OM and Gender

Sonal Zaveri

Summary: There is growing interest in addressing persistent and structural gender and social inequities in development and humanitarian programmes. Outcome Mapping is considered by some to be particularly useful for planning and monitoring such efforts, yet there have been few examples or adaptations of OM for this purpose shared. To begin the conversation on the subject topic, a short survey was posted online requesting community members to post examples and reflect on what worked, what did not and their suggestions regarding the use of OM and OH in relation to gender and equity.

The discussion that followed was rich in examples of OM practice across many sectors – agriculture, violence against women, animal health, child marriage, child safety net projects, youth leadership, disabilities, agriculture related, HIV and others. Queries regarding how to use OM and specific problems associated with doing so led to a rich sharing, indicating the diversity of demand to meaningfully address gender and equity concerns.

Type: OM Discussion summary

Theme: OM Resources: Other

Contibuted by: Sana Shams, on: 26 Jul 2017

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