The webinar will share about how the evaluation of CARE’s Tipping Point project applied Sensemaker® and Photovoice to identify changes in social norms about adolescent girls in Nepal and Bangladesh. The links between CARE’s approach to social norms and the Sensemaker® tool development process will be discussed, as well as the benefits and challenges of data interpretation comparing Sensemaker® with qualitative FGD data. The webinar will also share how CARE is using the results of the analyses to inform iterative program design and future evaluation research.
Presenter: Elizabeth Brezovich, Senior Technical Advisor, Design, MEL and Operations, Tipping Point
Elizabeth Brezovich leads social norms measurement work for CARE’s Tipping Point project. She guides the design and implementation of interventions and evaluation research for child marriage prevention using an adolescent girls’ empowerment and social norms change approach. Previously, she has worked across a variety of UN, NGO and grassroots organizations on issues related to women’s political and economic empowerment, GBV, engaging men for gender equality, strengthening public institutions’ gender mainstreaming, and refugee and immigrants’ rights.
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This webinar will be on Wed, Jul 18, 2018 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT