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Webinar: Using Outcome Harvesting to Assess Efforts to Reduce Child, Early and Forced Marriages in India

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Join us for a one-hour webinar with Margo Mullinax of the American Jewish World Service (AJWS) and Ricardo Wilson-Grau, the developer of outcome harvesting. Speakers will discuss their use of outcome harvesting to assess results achieved via AJWS’s child, early and forced marriage (CEFM) program in India. Speakers from AJWS will discuss how its decision to use outcome harvesting aligned with AJWS’s approach to research, learning and evaluation, including a dedication to feminist research and meaningful measures of progress when addressing issues that have complex root causes. Ricardo will then discuss the process of harvesting and analyzing outcomes, and what those outcomes revealed about the CEFM program.


Margo Mullinax is associate director for strategic learning, research and evaluation at AJWS. Her research utilizes feminist methodologies to understand the sexual health of adolescent and young adult populations in the United States and globally.

Ricardo Wilson-Grau is an independent evaluator and organizational development consultant supporting social change organizations, in particular networks and private donor programs. He has worked with organizations such as ActionAid, CARE International, CIAT, Doen Foundation, Hivos, IDRC, Ford, Oxfam Novib, PSO, the Open Society Institute, UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women and the World Bank Institute.


Carlisle Levine is an international development, peacebuilding and advocacy evaluator. She is a skilled facilitator and trainer with expertise in leading complex evaluations, building staff evaluation capacity, developing M&E systems, fostering collaborative learning processes within dispersed and diverse teams, and developing knowledge sharing systems. Her work has contributed to organizational strategic decision making and more effective practices for foundations, international non-governmental organizations and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).

This webinar series is a project of the AAAS Science and Human Rights Coalition. The team organizer is Oliver Moles, Ph.D.

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