ANDE Metrics Learning Lab in Asia
ANDE Asia Metrics Learning Lab Webinar: Gender Lens in Impact Measurement
As part of the ANDE Metrics Learning Lab in Asia, ANDE member Sambodhi will discuss how to adopt a gender lens while measuring impact.

Gender lens in Impact Measurement:

As development sector organizations across the world align to the SDG-5 around achieving gender equality and incorporate gender-related programming, one question is often raised: how do we measure differential impact through a gender lens?

Drawing on experience and lessons learned from working in diverse sectors and different contexts, Sambodhi plans to discuss the importance and challenges towards integrating gender lens into the existing impact measurement for SGBs, investors, and social enterprises.

Additionally, the interactive webinar will also focus on methodologies, tools, and analysis that can be used to apply a gender lens in monitoring and evaluation designs.

May 24, 2019 3:00 PM in India

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Kezia Yonzon
Regional Manager - South East Asia @Sambodhi
Kezia Yonzon is a social science professional, and she specializes in Public Health, Livelihoods and Climate Change. She has worked in several Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Projects across India, Cambodia, and Nepal with organizations like BMGF, GIZ, Royal Norwegian Embassy, UNDP and WFP to name a few. Gender in impact measurement has been an overarching domain in her areas of work. Kezia brings in experiences working through a gender lens across sectors as well as geographies. Her work involves designing monitoring frameworks as well as preparing tools and analytical frameworks, developing sampling strategy, conducting training workshops and data analysis. Kezia is currently a Regional Manager at Sambodhi Research and Communications Pvt. Ltd and looking after Sambodhi’s operation in South East Asia.
Vikas Choudhry
Vice President - Research @Sambodhi
As Vice President of Sambodhi, Vikas steers and coordinates the technical aspects of the organization’s work. A senior member of Sambodhi’s leadership team, he represents the company on numerous technical project committees and oversees project implementation. Vikas is passionate about working at the forefront of advancing global gender equity and strengthening implementation systems. Over last ten years, he has been involved in training programs, and carrying out research and evaluation projects — both qualitative and quantitative — around adolescent health, mental health, and sexual and reproductive health and rights. Vikas is a staunch advocate of developing and scaling up innovative, evidence-based practices, programs and policies, and has written and spoken at several forums. Apart from being a qualified Doctor of Medicine, he also has a PhD. in Public Health from the Lund University, Sweden.