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Evaluation: Improvement of women’s and girls' rights in Finland’s development policy and cooperation (2012-2017)

Kornelia Rassmann, G Byron, P Poutiainen, Merja Mäkelä, J Gasana, MN Wanjiru, S Dini, S Dhungana, PETRA MIKKOLAINEN

Summary: Finland has a long-standing commitment to gender equality and women's and girls’ rights that are strongly enshrined in its development policies. The purpose of this evaluation was to generate learning that would help Finland to further improve its gender policies and programming, to better follow up on gender policy priorities, and to develop a new gender Theory of Change. Employing an adapted Outcome Harvesting approach, the evaluation had a strong learning emphasis and aimed to produce a compilation of good practice examples and lessons learnt to examine the nature of observed gender-relevant results and the mechanisms contributing to these.

Type: Evaluation Reports

Theme: OM Resources: Examples of Use

Contibuted by: Kornelia Rassmann, on: 29 Sep 2018

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