Revisiting Participatory Evaluation – Nigerian Style

Revisiting Participatory Evaluation – Nigerian Style

By Edward Beswick, Research Coordinator, Generations For Peace Institute Generations For Peace (GFP) conducted the first-ever set of local Participatory Evaluations (PEs) in 2014. Over the course of nine months, staff from GFP HQ travelled to 11 countries on three...
Q&A with Abdiel Kude: Supporting Women in Leadership Positions!

Q&A with Abdiel Kude: Supporting Women in Leadership Positions!

By Abdiel Kude, GFP Volunteer from Nigeria What are some of the issues women face in Nigeria: Some societal issues women face in Nigeria relate to low self-perception (a large number of women do not see themselves as pro-anything), low self esteem, relegation by men...
Q&A with Joy Anthony: Empowering Women in Nigeria

Q&A with Joy Anthony: Empowering Women in Nigeria

By Joy Anthony, GFP Volunteer from Nigeria What are some of the issues women face in Nigeria? Women in Kaduna face many challenges that prevent them from being guaranteed gender equality and empowerment. For example, a number of women are unaware of their inheritance...
Can a Storyteller Ever Truly Convey the Full Story?

Can a Storyteller Ever Truly Convey the Full Story?

By Sarah Squires, Communications Officer, Generations for Peace A story is a chain of events whose components consist of a beginning, middle and an end – this much is clear. But how we choose to shape the details within is entirely up to us. The inclusion or...