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Building Capacity

AGDEN Strives to build the capacity of Evaluation practitioners in the intergration of Gender and human rights principles and practice into the conduct of monitoring and evaluation of policy and development inititatives in Africa.

Research and Learning

AGDEN and its members conducts research on evaluation practice in Africa with the aim of understanding the capacity and the processes by which evaluators and other development actors conduct gender equality and human rights responsive evaluations.

Provide Advisory Services

The AGDEN network is constantly growing in number and capacity. The network consists of Anglophone and Francophone professionals who have the knowledge and skills needed to integrate gender and human rights into their evaluation practice.

Growing Network Capacity

AGDEN strives to influence policy that guides evaluation practice in the member countries, Africa region and on a global platform, with the aim that gender and human rights are considered in the evaluation of global initiatives.

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New Chair of the Board of the Africa Gender & Development Evaluators Network

After a long, frustrating and inconclusive search for a new, committed and experienced individual member...


Nairobi+30 Conference 2015

Grace Okonji represented the Africa Gender and Development Evaluators Network (AGDEN) at the Nairobi+30 Conference whose theme was “Making Economic Empowerment and Entrepreneurship Development a Reality For Women in Africa” The Nairobi conference held on 14th and 15th August was attended by African gender ministers, scholars and campaigner to commemorate 30 years since Kenya hosted the 3rd global conference on women in 1985.


Team from the AGDEN visits the Department of Sociology and Social Work

On Friday November 15th 2013 a team from the African Gender and Development Evaluation Network (AGDEN) visited the Department of Sociology and Social Work.


Proposal Writing in Burkina Faso

In mid June, AGDEN hosted a workshop in Burkina Faso on proposal writing. From the evaluation of the participants at the end of the 2 day workshop, the workshop content



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AGDEN strives to influence policy that guides evaluation practice in the member countries, Africa region and on a global platform, with the aim that gender and human rights are considered in the evaluation of global initiatives.

In a Nut Shell
The African Gender and Development Evaluators Network (AGDEN) was established in 2002 by the African Evaluators Association (AfrEA) and UNIFEM.

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