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Digital Transformation Digitization Benefits Digitization Risks & Barriers Gender Program Quality Project Design Project Implementation Social Inclusion

DSG Toolkit: Monitoring and Evaluation of DSG Projects 

Published by
Lauren Hendricks, Dennis Mello & Paulina (Paula) Rudnicka 
2022
Global Communities, Women for Women International 
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This tool is designed to improve digital savings group (DSG) implementers’ understanding of the impacts of digitization on groups and their members using gender-sensitive indicators and monitoring approaches. The tool includes sample indicators and a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) framework. 

This tool is a part of the Digital Savings Group (DSG) Toolkit: Tools to Support Safe and Gender-responsive Digitization of Savings Groups. It can be used individually or as a complete set, depending upon the needs of the implementer. 

The tool is accompanied by an introductory video, which provides guidance on how to use it.

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