Partners: Bharatiya Yuva Shakti Trust To mark the occasion of International Women’s Day 2023, Sharon Buteau, Executive Director, LEAD at Krea University and Preethi Rao, Associate Director, LEAD at Krea University were part of an event organised by Bharatiya Yuva … Read More
Partner: Indian Institute of Human Settlements (IIHS) The broad spectrum of the nature of flux in and across our cities has been well emphasised. Flux and the organic pathways that it creates in the development and evolution of cities have … Read More
The Public and Digital: Examining the Spatial Dimensions of Increasing Gender-based Violence in India
Partner: Krea University, IWWAGE Gender-based Violence (GBV) has witnessed an exponential rise in the last decade, unmitigated by national and international policies and initiatives. In the last decade, the context for Violence against Women and Girls disproportionately intensified with the … Read More
Partners: Asia Pacific Evaluation Association and Evaluation Community of India Sharon Buteau, Executive Director, LEAD at Krea University, participates and shares insights in a discussion on leveraging partnerships for effective evaluations, hosted as part of the 3rd APEA Conference & EvalFest … Read More
Partners: Asia Pacific Evaluation Association and Evaluation Community of India LEAD at Krea University is curating and anchoring a workshop on designing and evaluating complex interventions at the 3rd APEA Conference & EvalFest 2022, as a part of its larger … Read More
As part of this project, LEAD is providing technical inputs on Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning to CGIAR’s GENDER platform initiative. … Read More
Sharon Buteau, Preethi Rao, Anshuman Kr Mehta, Vigneshraja Kadirvell
This paper attempts to develop a framework to assess the socioeconomic value of Open Data in India. The paper discusses the various actors, their roles vis-a-vis usage of Open Data to generate intended output, and the net results of expected … Read More
Deepti Kc, Samik Adhikari
This report presents insights from a baseline evaluation study to assess socioeconomic status in rural tribal regions of seven districts in five states: Chhattisgarh (Bastar, Kanker); Madhya Pradesh (Mandla, Shahdol); Orissa (Koraput); Rajasthan (Sirohi) and West Bengal (West Midnapur).
Deepti Kc, Kalrav Acharya, Rajat Mookherjee
This report presents findings and lessons learnt from an assessment of the Bihar Rural Livelihoods Project – Jeevika.