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GPSA Webinar
Doing political economy analysis better: CARE’s experience

January 26th, 2016

 

About the Webinar

For the last four years, CARE has undertaken political economy assessments in 12 countries located in different regions, such as Peru, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Egypt, Uganda, Malawi, DRC, Ethiopia, Zambia, India and Kenya. That experience has helped CARE to identify relevant issues to consider when doing PEA and to develop and fine-tune a Guide on Political Economy Analysis (PEA). In this webinar, Tom Aston, will share CARE´s experience supporting PEA assessments in these various countries and key lessons learned for making PEA more operationally relevant and thus achieve social and political change.

The speaker’s presentation is available here.

 

Tom AstonAbout the presenter

Tom Aston is a Governance Advisor at CARE. Tom joined CARE International UK in 2012, having previously been based in CARE Bolivia’s office since 2007. He has experience working in the design, development and delivery of governance projects in Latin America and the Middle East. He is also responsible for M&E and knowledge management in CARE’s governance work globally. Tom has an MSc in Development Administration and Planning from University College London (UCL) and is also carrying out a PhD on the political economy of cash transfers in Bolivia at the same university. Previously, Tom worked as a research consultant for the Overseas Development Institute’s (ODI) Social Development Team.

 
 

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