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International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2021 (IDPWD)

As the COVID-19 pandemic, conflict, and climate change continue to increase rapidly around the world, building cohesive, inclusive, and resilient communities will be the basis of sustainable development gains. However, persons with disabilities are too often left out of conversations on these critical issues, despite being among the most affected groups. Due to overlapping crises, […]

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World AIDS Day 2021

On 1st December of every year, people around the world join hands in commemoration of World AIDS Day. They unite to show their support for people living with and affected by HIV and to remember the lives lost to HIV- related illnesses. World AIDS Day is an opportunity for all people around the world to […]

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Steps to an Evaluation process in Monitoring and Evaluation

In our previous article, we discussed Evaluation Designs in Monitoring & Evaluation. Today we look at the process of evaluation. An evaluation is the systematic assessment of an ongoing or finished project, policy, or program, its design, implementation, and outcome. An evaluation aims to determine the significance and fulfillment of objectives, development effectiveness, efficiency, result, […]

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Indicators of Food Security

Indicators of Food Security Food security is defined as when everyone has at all times access to and control over sufficient quantities of good quality food for an active healthy life while food insecurity refers to a lack of access to enough good, healthy, and culturally appropriate food. Household food security is the application of […]

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International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

The history On 25th November 1960, the Mirabal sisters were brutally assassinated for identifying as women and activists. But what was their crime? Their only crime was fighting for their rights against Rafael Trujillo, the Dominican dictator in 1930-1961. In 1979, the United Nations General Assembly adopted an international bill of rights for women, thus calling […]

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The Worsening Drought in Somalia

The Federal Government of Somalia as well as the humanitarian community are shocked by the rapidly exacerbating drought in Somalia. Projections in climate depict that a fourth consecutive season of failed rainfall in Somalia is inevitable and there is a risk of a possible extreme situation by April 2022. In 57 out of 74 districts, […]

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