Partnering with UNICEF in Jordan

Communications Department, Generations For Peace If you have been keeping a keen eye on our social media channels, you will know that Generations For Peace (GFP) recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. A special booklet is now available online and highlights our journey, from passion to impact – do check it out. It was a unique occasion to reflect on all the organisation has achieved to date and that … Continue reading Partnering with UNICEF in Jordan

GFPI Forum: What’s it all about?

From 28-29 November 2014, the Generations For Peace Institute will hold its inaugural Forum at its headquarters in Amman, Jordan. The purpose of this Forum is to unpack community-based peace building measures and explain Generations For Peace’s approach. Particular emphasis will be placed on how GFP uses sport to transform conflict and build peace. The Forum will involve GFP volunteers and practitioners from over 20 … Continue reading GFPI Forum: What’s it all about?

Participatory Evaluation in Georgia, June 2014

Evaluating Programmes in Georgia

In June 2014 we had yet another Participatory Evaluation, this time held in Tbilisi, Georgia for the recently concluded Sport For Peace Programme. As has been emphasised previously, the PE process is exceptionally important for gaining insight into how the Target Group and Beneficiary community receive GFP programmes. Now that you are familiar with this evaluation method, do you think it would be useful in your context? Let us know … Continue reading Evaluating Programmes in Georgia

Rwanda – Participatory Evaluations

Rwanda – Participatory Evaluations Our GFP HQ staff recently conducted a field visit to Rwanda to assist with the Participatory Evaluations our Pioneers and Delegates were busy organising. Sairah Yusuf (Research, Monitoring & Evaluation Officer), Safiya Ibn Garba (Programmes Manager) and Mo’ath Alkhawaldeh (Programmes Coordinator) spent time with our volunteers, allowing them to capture the experience through the following video. Well done everyone! (Source: … Continue reading Rwanda – Participatory Evaluations