This is the fourth Data Diary in our Gender Financing series. Linet Juma shares her experiences, and insights gained from her research, on the need for more sustainable systems to generate and share better gender data.
This is the third in our Gender Financing project’s Data Diary series. Swechchha Dahal shares her experiences, and those documented in the interviews for the Project, on the need for greater collaboration and engagement between government and civil society organizations (CSOs). She discusses how coordinated reporting mechanisms can provide better evidence for CSO advocacy and government accountability – and why this is important for gender equality. The blog is also available in Nepali.
Gabriela Muñoz, Consultant for the Gender Financing Project, shares her experiences, and those documented in the interviews for the Project, on the risks transparency brings for Guatemalan community-based organizations that promote gender equality. This is the second in our gender data diary series, and is also available in Spanish.
As part of our gender financing project, we are launching a series of data diaries. In the first of the series, we ask Megan O’Donnell, Assistant Director of the Center for Global Development’s gender program why gender-related data matters to her work, how she engages with the data, and what improvements she would like to see to make this data more transparent.