The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Menstruation Studies, edited by Chris Bobel et al, has just been published by Macmillan. WoMena was invited to submit two chapters, based on our experience in training approaches and menstrual health management in humanitarian settings. Access the Palgrave Handbook of Critical Menstruation Studies below: https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/978-981-15-0614-7.pdf
We are looking for a Monitoring & Evaluation Manager to lead the knowledge management pillar of WoMena Uganda, including but not limited to implementation of program activities. The M&E Manager will be responsible for designing routine monitoring forms, overseeing data collection, compiling and aggregating data, maintaining databases, generating descriptive statistics, and providing support to surveys and evaluation as well as learning and accountability system for WoMena Uganda’s engagements and impact. The M&E Manager will also provide technical lead on monthly, quarterly and annual reporting for program interventions. In addition, the job holder ensures that quality bench marks are used during implementation of program activities and puts in place a tailor made documentation strategy for impact stories, reports, and best practices and makes sure that lessons learned feed into continuous program improvement processes. The major focus of the job holder will be to have an oversight in programming and quality assurance of reports and other documentation in line with WoMena’s results framework.
WoMena are currently looking for an Executive Director at WoMena Uganda If you are interested in promoting sexual and reproductive health rights for girls and women and would like to work for a dynamic resourceful environment, here is what you might be looking for!
Interested in getting hands-on training, research & project management experience in development programs? Interested in getting hands-on training, research & project management experience in development programs? And do you have an interest in breaking down taboos about menstruation in primary schools in Denmark through education and sustainable health solutions? Then this might be for you!
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