Dr. Madhumitha Das
Centred in feminist and indigenous approaches for building community, learning, and evidence
generation. Address power explicitly to ensure that learning processes are rooted in, reflective of, and
driven by those most affected by the issues being addressed. Trust and relationships as the basis of committing and doing work.
I believe change is constant and thus the approaches need to be adaptive, flexible, and
responsive to emerging conditions. Program, learning and evaluation is a political activity; practitioner’s personal experiences,
perspectives, and characteristics, come from and lead to a particular political stance. Action and advocacy are morally and ethically appropriate responses of an engaged feminist