Measurement & Evaluation

Measurement and Evaluation Strategies

ICRW develops pragmatic measurement and evaluation strategies to determine the effectiveness of interventions that aim to empower women. To track progress and impact, we define gender-related metrics and frameworks that cover a range of social and economic measures. And we build the skills of local and international organizations to undertake high quality documentation and evaluation research.

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