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[Workshop Invitation] GBV Prevention & Protection: A Workshop Series on Enhancing the ability to Achieve GBV and Protection Outcomes – OUTCOME HARVESTING WORKSHOP

December 1 @ 8:00 am - 10:30 am EST

GBV Prevention & Protection:

A Workshop Series on Enhancing the ability to Achieve GBV and Protection Outcomes:


Wednesday, December 1, 2021

08:00-10:30 (Washington)

13:00-15:30 (GMT)

14:00-16:30 (Geneva)

16:00-18:30 (Nairobi)

20:00-22:30 (Iraq)


This workshop will provide participants with an introduction to the outcome harvesting evaluation methodology and its potential application to GBV prevention and protection activities in humanitarian contexts.

GBV prevention and protection in humanitarian crises are difficult to measure. This participatory workshop is an opportunity to learn about an outcome-oriented method that has been adapted for humanitarian contexts and aims to overcome the challenges often faced with measuring GBV and protection at an outcome level. A new framework, the GBV Prevention Evaluation Framework, was launched in May 2021 to help organizations better analyze, design for, and measure GBV prevention outcomes. This workshop is the first in a series of workshops that will introduce and build the capacity of interested users in a new outcome-oriented method aimed at measuring GBV and protection outcomes.

After completing the workshop, participants should be able to:

  • Understand the principle uses, benefits, challenges, and limitations of outcome harvesting for GBV prevention/protection.
  • Design and implement an outcome harvest for a GBV prevention program, following the simplified 5 step version provided in the InterAction GBV Prevention Evaluation Framework.
  • Brief colleagues on how they can use the outcome harvesting method.
  • Design terms of reference and provide quality assurance for external consultants or internal staff using outcome harvesting as part of the M&E toolbox for GBV prevention/protection.

Given the participatory methodology used for this workshop, participation is limited. Therefore, organizations are invited to nominate program managers from field offices within humanitarian response contexts, whose program aims to measure GBV prevention or protection outcomes. Country-based GBV/Protection and M&E/MEAL advisors are also invited to join. Priority will be given to field practitioners, though global technical advisors with significant field-level experience may also wish to apply. Participants should be available to participate on the day; to read a short set of background documents; and to contribute to the workshop in English. Priority will be given to participants who have an ongoing GBV/Protection prevention program within their portfolio or aim to measure the prevention of GBV/Protection (at an outcome level) within multi-sectoral interventions within a humanitarian context. Priority will also be given to those organizations that are or plan to use the GBV Prevention Evaluation Framework (GBV PEF).

Interested applicants should complete the Application Form here no later than November 19th. Selected participants will receive a confirmation letter on or before November 24th. At this time, confirmed participants will also be given the necessary materials and resources to come prepared for the virtual workshop on December 1st. Participants that engage in the virtual workshop, upon completion, will receive a certificate of participation.

If you have any questions, please contact Keri Gaba, Senior Coordinator-Protection at InterAction, at kgaba@interaction.org

This workshop will be recorded and posted on InterAction’s RBP website and will serve as a practical resource for others not able to participate directly. While this workshop will be held only in English, the recorded versions will include several other language sub-titles and translations. Holding additional workshops on this same topic (and in other languages) will be considered based on the number of applications received.


December 1
8:00 am - 10:30 am
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