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Shaping policy for development

An overview of Lagoro IDP camp in Kitgum District, northern Uganda, 20 May 2007. Manoocher Deghati/IRIN
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Paola Pereznieto
Paola Pereznieto

Paola Pereznieto

Research Associate, Social Development
Research Fellow in the Social Development Programme carrying out policy research, analysis, project management and capacity building work for a range of funders (governments, NGOs and donors). Over 12 years of experience in policy and international development, Paola has managed and carried out qualitative and quantitative research projects in a range of developing countries. Current foci include: social protection; children and youth poverty and vulnerability analysis; youth economic opportunities, child, youth and gender sensitive social policy; social exclusion; rights based approaches to poverty reduction; and policy responses to mitigate impacts of economic and environmental shocks, including climate change, on vulnerable groups.​
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Woman attends a health education session in northern Nigeria
Woman attends a health education session in northern Nigeria

Woman attends a health education session in northern Nigeria
License: Creative Commons
Credit: DFID - Department for International Development
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Women and girls’ economic empowerment: measuring results

Event - Public event - 18 March 2014 12:00 - 13:30 (GMT+00)
This event launches a report DFID-commissioned review of methodological approaches, used to evaluate and research economicempowerment of women and girls.

Review of evaluation approaches and methods used by interventions on women and girls' economic empowerment

Publication - Research reports and studies - 14 March 2014
Georgia Taylor and Paola Pereznieto
There is substantial work currently being done by the international development community to empower women and girls economically. This review assesses the quality and effectiveness of evaluation methods and approaches used to analyse the effects of programmes or projects on women and girls’ economic empowerment (WGEE).

Adolescent girls and gender justice: Country reports - Year 1

Publication - Research reports and studies - 31 August 2013
Nicola Jones, Fiona Samuels, Paola Pereznieto, Grace Bantebya, Florence Muhanguzi, Carol Watson, Bekele Tefera, Guday Emirie, Anita Ghimire, Sanju Wagle, Elizabeth Presler-Marshall, Tran Thi Van Anh, James Hamilton Harding
These reports present findings from the first round of fieldwork conducted as part of the DFID-funded multi-year policy research programme, ‘Transforming the lives of adolescent girls’ exploring gender justice for adolescent girls in Ethiopia, Nepal, Uganda and Viet Nam.
Participatory consultation on Restless Developments’ project impacts
Participatory consultation on Restless Developments’ project impacts

Participatory consultation on Restless Developments’ project impacts, Karamoja
License: ODI given rights
Credit: David Walker, ODI
Source: David Walker, ODI

Evaluation of Restless Development’s Youth Empowerment Programme

Projects - July 2013 to November 2013
The Social Development programme is undertaking an independent external evaluation of Restless Development’s Youth Empowerment Programme, covering the period 2010-13. The Youth Empowerment Programme aims to empower young Karimojong to lead the development of their communities, breaking the cycle of conflict and poverty to build a peaceful future.

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