Do Women and Girls exercise their rights for Education, Health, and Political debate? - Tagheer
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Do Women and Girls exercise their rights for Education, Health, and Political debate?

Do Women and Girls exercise their rights for Education, Health, and Political debate?

Team at TAGHEER trained a group of field researchers in Kabul, Balkh, Parwan, and Khost provinces to enable them understand the theme around Every Voice Counts “EVC”; a project implemented by CARE and funded by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This project was aimed to contribute to inclusive and effective governance processes in fragile settings around 80 communities in Afghanistan to strengthen the capacity of women and girls for participation and decision-making.

The field researchers will visit target communities, government officials, civil society, and service providers in all four provinces to collect data against the project theory of change using the outcome harvesting methodology which is a participatory monitoring and evaluation approach to identify, analyze and learn from changes that the EVC project have produced. The field data will help us report the most significant changes of EVC and bring qualitative insights to inform its contribution and efficiency. The outcomes will measure changes in behavior, relationships, actions, activities, practices, norms/regulations, laws, and policies.

We are coming to capture your stories and insights about the EVC. Please speak to us Honest, Open, and Share your thoughts with us to Learn and Improve. The evaluation report will remain CARE’s property, however, TAGHEER will share high level insights and a summary of evaluation findings on its Website www.tagheer.af during Oct – Nov, 2020. Stay tuned!